Saturday started out fairly slow and I was able to sleep in a bit. We had our usual breakfast of rolls and a peanut butter and honey mixture. I am now down to counting my power bars and only eating half and saving the rest for the next day. But today I enjoyed my whole bar of White Macadamia Nut Crunchy Peanut bar and called it breakfast with my coffee n powered milk.
One of my students Lona is working at the compound. Ruthie has gone to a funeral in Mundri. Eva(Ava)from Sweden spoke about life cycle with my students and it was interesting to find out that at a Moru funeral the people will wear white where as in US we wear black when in mourning.
Dan and I did take our mile walk to Lunjuni Chapel and I took a picture of some children washing clothes on the side of the road. I was struck on how young they were and the load of washing they were doing. I will try to get that picture to you later.
There are 4 red metal sheets nailed to the chapel. Rick informed us that a cheer came from the carpenters when the first sheet went on the roof. Debbie and I will be at Lunjuni on Monday doing whatever we can to help. Sounds like fun!!

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Comment by Maria Evans on September 1, 2013 at 8:24am

Would love to be seeing this in person; am enjoying the pictures and detailed descriptions.

Comment by beth felice on September 1, 2013 at 8:14am

Comment by Cynthia Rapp on August 31, 2013 at 9:51pm
Hurrah that the roof sheets are started! That's exciting news. Wish we could walk the mile walk to Lunjini Chapel and take a look also. Please say hello to Lona for me. She was in our class last winter too.

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