Our work continued today on Enma’s house.  Still doing the same tasks.  Hoping that the cinderblocks will start getting laid tomorrow.  For us, I think that means carrying them to the local masons to lay them.  The work is extremely labor intensive–all manual, nothing at all mechanized.

We are exhausted, but not so much that 5 of us didn’t steal away for a few minutes to play some basketball at the local primary school.  It was a 5 on 25 game, but we did have quite the height advantage.  Our team leaders, Margaret and Miguel Rubiera from Durham Habitat for Humanity have established a great relationship with the school principal.  Needless to say, when we arrived, it was recess!

Much fun.  Very rewarding and humbling at the same time.  I am eager for Habitat Wake to get more involved with Habitat’s work in Honduras.