We had to have our car, the coke can on wheels, serviced this week. Just a routine changing of the oil, rotating the tires and checking on the AC which decided to go out. The place where we take the car is about a 20 minute walk away, so we can just walk there to take it and then walk back when it is finished. On our way to pick the car back up, we had to walk through this herd (herd? Is herd the right word? What is a group of monkeys called? A monkett? An abbott of monks? I don't know) of monkeys. There were close to two dozen monkeys out. Big ones, small ones, old ones, young ones. Thought you might enjoy seeing some of the monkeys that literally live right outside our door.
We had the YSA over to our house on Monday for their FHE. We had quite a big group. I asked them if they wanted rice and mee (noodles) or American sloppy Joes. They all voted for sloppy joes. They were really confused when I put out fresh brocolli, cauliflower, carrots and celery with ranch dip. They said "How are you supposed to eat this? It's raw. You can't eat raw vegetables." Those who tried it really enjoyed it and kept coming back for more. Simon had about four big platefuls and he was one who was quite skeptical about eating raw veggies.
This is Brenda, Sis. Sarjet, me and elder Read. Making rabbit ears on Sarjet is Esther and making rabbit ears on elder Read is Hans. We enjoyed being in their home and Sis. Sarjet makes the best mee! Sedap!
We really enjoy working with the members. They are all so loving and kind. Great people.
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