Lunes Ako 7th
We walked this morning and lamented not seeing conference while it was actually taking place. Next weekend for us.
I helped the housekeeper ladies sweep the drive and burn leaves then I took my first trike ride to town to get a haircut. I had to wait an hour for the barber. I was a bit early, and he was 20 minutes late. He gave me the best haircut I have had since I was a young man, complete with warm wet towels, razor, neck and shoulder rub and great care. He did it all for 60 pesos, about $1.25. I gave him a 100 pesos and thanked him profusely ("Salamat Gid").
Filapinos put two ladies and a child in the back seat of the trike. I filled the seat personally and had to hang on for dear life not to fall out into the street. It cost 9 pesos to get downtown from where we live. That's about 18 cents.
Sister Sessions and I talked to the kids today, but had trouble getting the i-pad to link up with the server. We will contact Michael and his fam tomorrow morning before district meetings.
Candace Gingery wanted to see the dresses Sister S. made for the Foreignoy. Here are some pics that I took. They are wearing a vest, called a kimono, over the dresses. The kimonos are native dress for special occasions.