Today we arrived on the school grounds for what we called the fun day. When we got there all of the kids were running around - it looked like a huge recess. The kids more than welcomed us to play; they immediately surrounded the bags of toys. As soon as the toys were released they started to play. I joined a few girls in a game of pass that soon turned into a game. Although I had to run just to keep up with the girls I never seemed to get tired of playing with them. Before we came to Honduras I was worried that I would not be able to communicate with the kids, luckily there are other ways to communicate with them than speaking Spanish. I liked playing soccer with them because I do not have to try and talk to them in Spanish, if someone wanted the ball or wanted to say they were open for a pass they could simply make a noise and you would participate just as much. I played some more games of soccer, drew with chalk, ate lunch, an dthen walked back to the house. We were exhausted when we returned but it was not long until we were all outside playing soccer again.