|At Zone Conference on Thursday.|
Lunch this day was served by some members and was a "stand up" lunch with the rice, Adobo and some other stuff already on the table on banana leaves. They were to eat it standing up with their hands. (Plastic gloves were provided) Adobo, by the way, is usually pork pieces in a vinegar sauce. Most of the missionaries really like it.
Three pineapple cakes covered Zone conference this week. The cakes are the lazy woman's way of providing treats. I was going to keep track of the number of cookies I make but that was too much work and then making cookies got to be too much work, so now making cakes is.......OK.
|It must have tasted pretty good - most all eaten.|
Ask yourself, what is the single most important thing I need to do to Honor my Sabbath observance, so I can Honor My God, then DO IT!
We buy Pineapples from this older woman several times a week. She cuts the outside off and cuts around them to clean them up for our use. They are all sweet and really good.
We enjoy seeing her daily.
This little shop is right next to the train track.
This is looking down the train track where we cross to go to the mall. Lots of people live here. We see them every day.
In every picture of these tracks, I can find a chicken. Do you see him?
|Another picture of the train tracks and 2 chickens.|
|Christmas is already here. This is the ACE Hardware|
Store in the Mall. There is Christmas music now
playing throughout the mall.
Well, that is all for this week. We stayed busy with English testing again; drove to Goa to pickup a Missionary Sister who had chopped her foot with a machete and get her back here for treatment; attended Zone Conference; worked with an insurance adjuster from Manila on the accident from last week.... It seems that we are always busy with something.... and then there is the BLOG to WRITE!
That is all for this week. Take care all.