My emotions have been running through the gamut. Yesterday, I was ok with going back to the States where I could have consistent access to fast internet. I have plans to get things together for nutrition trainings. I can print and get things laminated probably for cheaper here, but it is going to be much easier to do that in the States. About a week before I left to come, I found out there were people locally that were working with Nepali speaking refugees. Due to the timing, I was not able to utilize that resource. I am looking forward to being able to continue my Nepali learning and having things explained a little better to me.
Last night and onto this morning, I became sad. There is so much work to be done here that I would love to help. We could be great resources because we know our way around and have language abilities, but since we are leaving - something that could be a great help is not going to be available. There is talk that there are aid reliefs that are assisting in ways that are not involved in being at risk. Questions are being wondered why something like that is not being offered. However, there is much information that we do not know yet.
I feel like much more will be explained when we get to our destination before leaving the country. While PC has communicated about the efforts and current things going on that is progressing well, not many more details beyond they are inspecting our sites have been given. This is quite possibly due to the fact that anything said to one person, just like the game of telephone we all probably played in elementary school, can be interpreted into something completely different as it passes through people.