I know, it's been a while. As a matter of fact, it has been so long that I think the best way to do some catching up is through pictures and small captions, so I'm planning to do a few different topics and they may come in a variety of posts. The pictures will definitely be random! We'll see how this develops and if the internet cooperates. My blogging skills should also be incorporated in the equation. I lack many skills in that category!
|Some have a dog tied up in their yard and some have...a carabao!|
He was mean looking too!
|Okay, I admit it. I had feelings of wanting to go|
home when I discovered I had lice one day.
Jerome to the rescue! He was willing to hand
pick the lice that weren't killed by the
shampoo. This was not a fun experience!
|Jerome and his Lola. It was fiesta time and they|
prepared a feast for everyone! I know this
picture is very dark, but trust me- it was delicious!
|A wedding in a member's yard. The branch got together to|
decorate, which was really nice of them.
|The newlyweds and the oldie weds!|
|Mother of the Bride cooking some of the|
wedding pancit. Most of the food was cooked by
the Mendoza's, the hosts of the wedding.
|Dinalupihan Zone activity. By the way, the house in|
the background is where the newlyweds from the
above picture, live.
|Everyone brought ingredients and the|
missionaries cooked the food on
site. Two banana leaves were our plates.
Our delicious lunch was laid out and
the eating began. Hands only please!
|All done! It was quite the meal!|
|This is one of our favorite fruits-|
a mangosteen. You take the top off and
then pull the hard shell apart. Inside, the fruit
almost looks like a bulb of garlic. The
separate little "cloves" are so sweet and