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Leaving Chamba was so hard! Leaving the children was one of the most difficult things I’ve ever done. I thought I could keep it together until I looked into the little girl’s eyes. I broke down! When I started to cry, one of the girls named Dimple started tearing up. I picked her up and held her tight and she began to whimper. The love that these kids felt for us was unconditional. I have never been so amazed. These little children were so gracious and accepting of us from the get go. They are so bright and radiant. I have a special place in my heart for the children in Sahu, and I have a strong desire to return some day in the near future. We have done a lot of traveling the last few days. But it has been fun! Our team has bonded so much. I am so grateful for the opportunity that I have had to get to know all of the people on our team. Each individual has brought something amazing to our group. If any of the leaders read this, I also want them to know how much I admire them. I want to thank them for everything they have done to help us have a life changing experience. I am finally getting the hang of the squatters and I like the spicy food! Just in time to leave! I am very excited to come home and share everything I have learned and experienced with my family and friends. To my family – I miss you and look forward to our glorious reunion! Emma I hope you haven’t stolen my identity. I love you guys!!!!