Today, Thursday, was my last day of teaching at both the Edinaman School and the Abura house, and it was by far the most rewarding day yet. At Edinaman I had the students spent their last lesson learning more about Scratch. After I finished teaching, they brought me to the front of the classroom as one of the students very kindly thanked my father and me on behalf of the students and the school for the work we had done. Then a couple of the teachers said a few words and thanked us for finding the time to come to Ghana, bring the Internet-in-a-Box and other technology to their school, and teaching the students and teachers how to use it. Madam Cynthia, one of the teachers, gave my father, Maureen, and me each a personal gift of locally crafted jewelry, and we all put it on right away! Another one of the teachers reminded his students that I am only seventeen years old, the same age or younger than many of the students in the class. He told his students that I am proof that each of them can change the world for the better by helping others if they truly put their minds to it. I believe that these words of gratitude may very well be the kindest and highest form of praise that I have ever received. Over these past two weeks, all of my hard work over the past months and even years has paid off more than I ever could have imagined, but hearing it put so beautifully into words by these teachers and students was unparalleled. If this wonderful morning wasn't enough, my day continued to get even better!