I didn't think I had many pictures this week - but decided to send a few. Don't you love the basketball set up.
I wondered about the water. The font is outside.
Another basketball bank board. Don't you just love it.
The sister missionaries that were transferred from our zone. Sister Mangompit - so glad she transferred - in 4 months Norm never got her name right and now I can quit being embarrassed. Sister Lagaspi has absolutely no support from home - she doesn't hear from anyone but she says that is ok. A wonderful sister. And Sister Warner - She was so good to help us get adjusted to this adventure. This McDonalds is very close to the ferry so soon as they buy their ticket, if there is enough time, we always make a stop - the missionaries are always hungry. I think I am too.
Saturday morning I was doing my hair in my dark cubbyhole and all of a sudden the room was rocking. And it was a serious rock, not just a tremor - instantly your heart starts beating fast. Nothing tipped over but I wondered where I was going. It lasted for about 5 seconds but I was surely glad it stopped. It was a humbling few seconds.
We visited Talibon today for church. It is about an hour and 15 minutes away. While we were sitting in Sunday School the R.S. president asked me to teach the R.S. lesson. Panic immediately set in. Why wasn't she teaching it! She said she would get an interpreter for me. I felt very strongly she should have taught it. They don't mind at all asking or telling someone at the last minute that you are doing something. They think you can do anything on the spur of the moment. This is the third time we have visited this branch and the other two times they had a missionary teach it - I think next time I might go a little more prepared. The lesson was on prayer - I barely had time to read it before I was on. I hope it was ok. Once again - I know all of our prayers were answered.