UGH! there is no usb port on this computer! I can't send you all the lovely pictures I took! siyang!
well,, we did the national service project, so my hands are covered in blisters! BUT I couldn't be happier! I got to use a SLEDGEHAMMER!
I got in line to receive tools. I was 3rd in line. the first guy got a sledge hammer, the second got a sledgehammer, and I... got a machete! the only thing is, It did absolutely no good for knocking down 3 cement walls. so I just gave it back and waited until more tools arrived.
The national service project is actually supposed to be next week, so I will get to do it again in my next area....
yes, It's time to say good bye to Tublay. :C I just teared up a bit. It's been a good six months. I love this place to death! the sad thing is, the Ninalga family is being baptized next week. It would have been the first family I got to baptize! but the important thing is they will be baptized. It's not my baptism, it's the LORD'S baptism right?! but I wish I could have at least watched. haha
well, as my (probably) last p-day in Baguio, I celebrated with my last chance to drink doctor pepper for 8 months. I hit the jack pot. It was CHERRY doctor pepper! yay!
have a great week! love you all! ingat latta!
Vincit Omnia Veritas
Elder A. Cook
P.S. to clarify, ninalga is spelled niñalga