Musical skills (honestly, they'll sing and play even if they have NO skill, but at least they're enjoying themselves and everyone else gets in on it an no one CARES what they sound like, so long as they are making a joyful noise!)
And finally, their joy in working with the patients.
Our Day workers make and serve the meals
And this year, the men have amazed me by playing with the children and cuddling the babies. We never saw this in Sierra Leone. They just smiled at all the white girls cooing over the black babies (Can't help ourselves). But here, in Togo, they love on each other's kids. And it's wonderful to see. Crooning lullibies to the babies and walking them to sleep. Playing with the older children.
And so VERY eager to help in any way they can. Work isn't so much like work when you have people like this to spend it with.
Day Volunteers. We couldn't do it without them!