I was presented with a wonderful oppurtunity to meet these two young girls at the school in Kawaguchi. Their names were Yuki Ishita and Hikari Ootsuka. Though initially presented with a tough language barrier, I was able to break down walls through hand signals. The staff at the school did some translating for me so I was able to learn their names and ages. We ate lunch together, and proceeded to build a tower out of a water bottle and a few little juice bottles. The kids are not usually allowed to do this, and I got a few looks from the staff. The girls were excited as the tower got taller and taller and giggled at the finished product. Once our meal was concluded, I tried to get them to play rock, paper, scissors, though they initially shied away from the idea. I persisted and finally broke them down and we played many rounds. These girls were masters of the game and I never was able to actually win. As our time wound down with the kids, I packed up and was waiting in line to use the restroom. While I was waiting, the girls came up to me and presented me with an origami dove representing good luck in future travels. They proceeded to give me hugs, which is normally frowned upon in Japanese customs. When the time came for us to say goodbye, it was tough one. I am currently in prayer about doing a month long trip to work with the school in the future.