|Sunrise over the ocean by my house Taken with my new camera (I am so excited about it)|
|Lizard by the Rita Sister's house|
Sister Wayas and I went out to Ajeltake last Saturday for a service project. After we went looking for shells on the beach and I found this log to take a nap on.
|Me on the log at Laura beach|
|Some of the sisters and Sister Wayas|
|Sister Wayas and I|
|Sister Zedikiah and Sister Wayas|
|The sun rise looking the other way|
I have been keeping really busy with lots of projects. My mission president from Connecticut (first one) Van Johnson from California has been a CEO for a big health care company in California. Anyway, he is helping us to get a container full of medical equipment for the hospital here. The humanitarian missionaries Elder and Sister Woods are helping arrange for the church humanitarian dept to help with the cost of shipping the container here. It is so exciting for the people of the Marshall Islands. There have been a big group of Flying Doctors from the United States. They fly around at their own expense to help 3rd world countries with health care. They have been here for two weeks and have seen patients and helped train doctors. Its great.
|Sister Woods, Sister Hillbourne, and me after a run Sister Woods and I run just about every morning.|
|We said goodbye to two great missionaries: Elder Jensen and Elder Emmett|
|Sister Tebwani at my old apartment She is from Kiribati|
|Some cute kids in the Uliga area of Majuro|
|Senior missionaries and Sister Shaw in the middle going to lunch for her birthday|
I was able to move to an new apartment last week. The reason I love it is that I can look at the waves and the ocean from my front porch. I have a balcony on the back that is nice, but there are just lots of coconut trees so I can't see the ocean. Here are some pictures
|View from my bedroom window|
|My kitchen dining room area|
|View from my front porch. They are building another apartment there that might block my view when its up.|
|View from my living room onto my back balcony|
I will definitely get more pictures. Its a really nice apartment and I am thrilled about it. They still have to fix a few things though. That's one thing about here...nobody does any maintenance so everything falls apart. (seriously). Anyway, I love it also because I am in the same building as the other senior missionaries and I like that.
|I taught a staying healthy/first aide class for the YM and YW in my ward.|
|I made some of my fake blood and wounds|
|Some of the YM washing and putting on band aides|
|One of the young women leaders with her son|