Janet and I left Pana at 6:30 (SO EARLY) to drive to Camanchaj to get there in time for the opening ceremony (yes I thought of the Olympics every time someone called it that). The students and their parents gathered in front of the school and we had a ceremony for about 30 minutes. I was in charge of carrying in the Guatemala flag during the National Anthem (which lasts for about 5 minutes). It was kinda a big deal to carry the flag... Just saying.
The first picture of the ceremony is from the stage (outside step at the school). Check out the very cute little uniforms the kids are wearing. The second is from the back where I was waiting to carry in the flag (again I'm kinda a big deal in Guatemala).
Today was a great day, but I'm not feeling the best. I came home and took my temp (or should I say my nurse roommate did because I couldn't figure out how to read my thermometer) and I have 100.4. I have a lot of work things I need to do on the computer (I was also suppose to sharpen 500 pencils, but the sharpener broke... shoot.) before I go to bed, so I better get started.