April 1, 2013
On the first Monday of each month
we had combined P-day, which means the senior couples make a treat for all of
the elders and sisters. Sister Bush purchased eggs and I boiled them and
colored them and then we all brought cookies. The American elders thought the colored eggs were fun, but all of the islanders could say is that they were different.
The missionaries came about 2:00 played tennis, basketball, and
volleyball, and ate all of the treats.
They left around 5:30. They
really are great kids and it is fun getting to know them and where home is. We
only had the East Zone today as the West Zone was participating in a Stake
activity for the holiday. In the East
Zone we have 4 Americans, 1 Australian, and the rest are islanders from Samoa,
Fiji, and Kiribati.
Sister Kane (left) is from Kiribate, but Sister Tauteoli is Tongan, born and raised in Salt Lake. She has decided her parents have denied her the island life.