We love Sister Harris' envelopes. She is our favorite envelope decorator.
It was interesting going to Kobe for Trainer Training Meeting. Mostly it was just really loooong though. We had to be at the eki (The trainstation) by about 7 for a train ride around 1.5 hours, and then a 20-30 minute bus ride. We got there almost right at 9:30, when it started.
I tried to do the day by day schedule of the week again for you, but I ran out of time at the end and didn't get to finish. I didn't even get to tell you how I"m secretly a Brazillian.
We went with the Elder's to "Marianne's" house for her boyfriend, "Wayne's" birthday party. Obviously, since they were Brazilians, all of their friends there were Brazilians, too. And they asked if I was Brazilian! They said that any Brazilians who saw me around her would for sure think I was Brazilian. It really does make my day when people think I'm some other ethnicity. I'm a mystery. :-)
The apartment is nice and we've been trying to do a better job of keeping it clean lately. Thankfully, our toilet, is a simple one that just has a handle to flush. Toilets here are all over the place, from a "squatter" hole in the ground to crazy toilets with 50 billion flashing buttons and stuff. Sometimes, I can't figure out how to flush them, try every button I can think of, still fail, and just leave, hoping that no one sees me leave. It's a really horrible thing! haha!
What I eat is usually the same. Breakfast: Any combo of eggs (boiled or over easy), an apple, toast , oatmeal. Lunch or Dinner: Spaghetti, salad, salmon, or a mini toastable pizza, that's not too bad for you. It's small. I usually have a big salad of cabbage, spinach, and carrots whenever I eat. If you have any really easy recipes, that aren't time consuming or require a lot of ingredients, send them my way please.
Feed the meissionaries well! I know you will! As a missionary now, I realize that coming home after a long (possibly stressful) day and having to cook for yourself stinks. Plus, missionaries really appreciate it when you give them leftovers to take home. But I guess you've already fed them, so that' just for future reference. How did the dinner with the missionaries go?
I love my family! Keep being awesome!