|Elder R Olsen got this home made hug in a package the other day...pretty clever|
|Here in Suva, when this tree is in bloom (called the Christmas tree by locals) you know Christmas day will soon be here.|
|Once again I've captured the Bread Fruit tree. The leaves are huge and the fruit grows to be the size of a football. I thought it was interesting that the fruit starts out looking like a lime colored leaf..|
|We dropped some items off at the Lami Elder's flat and I noticed this very interesting|
real anchor decoration at the entrance to the Elders neighbor's house (about 8 feet tall).
|Elder Tausinga's family came to pick him up from his mission. His father is originally from Samoa,|
so the whole family will take a side trip to Samoa to see where their dad was born. They now live in the United States.
|We had a farewell dinner for Sister and Elder Tennis. They have done a wonderful job of creating classes |
and great activities for the young adults in this area and will be greatly missed.
|Sister Tennis will take a red badge of courage home with her, as she was bitten by a dog on the calf of her leg and has a large red scar from this experience. She didn't let it get in the way of doing the work the Lord sent her here to do.|
|Mission tour zone conference. All us seniors hung out in the back of the chapel|
|Everything was yummy|
|I saw the beautiful red and green of this flame tree and had to capture it, our last Christmas in Fiji|