|Waterfall at Sauniatu|
|Elder Anderson's 3rd pair of shoes since he arrived. New|
are on the way, but stuck in American Samoa.
|Elder Wilson harvesting coconuts.|
|Elder Wilson husking the coconuts in our front yard.|
Right outside our door we have papaya trees and a coconut tree brimming with coconuts. This week Elder Wilson, a local missionary, shinnied (sp?) up the tree and got them down for us. Elder Bate, a palagi, was not near as successful but made a valiant effort. Elder Wilson fetched his machete, and bingo, fresh nius for breakfast. Cut a hole in the top, stick in a straw and YUM!
|Road leading into Sauniatu (once you get to the church]|
property the road improves dramatically)
This morning I was up at 5 to be at the office at 6 to watch conference. Tomorrow will be the same. I love General Conference, and it couldn't have come at a better time as I really needed the boost. I send my love and prayers to all of you. Each of us have challenges in our lives, things we are struggling with, but I know that the Lord loves us and will not leave us alone if we will just trust Him. Tofa and Love, Patty