This is bad lighting and I can't see our faces so this might be a horrible pic, but look how Samoan we are. Elders in their ias (no idea how to spell it--skirts) and us in our pulakasis. We're turning brown .
Look at how Samoan I am. Pulakasi, lavalava, and Samoan name tag. I'm just missing the brown.
Our pulakasis. We get to wear them on Sundays to church as long as we both wear them.
My Samoan Nametag
This is from. Me and Fui. We all made breakfast for dinner at Seka's house and then ate and played games and had FHE and stuff. Super fun.
Karen, us missionaries, and Seka. And some palagi man.
Making food. I was in charge of pancakes. They had never had breakfast for dinner before but they let us pick what we wanted so that's what Sister McBride and I chose.
Our Cheerleading picture
This is me being athletic. If that's possible.
Look at my hair!
This photo is so funny. Look at the Samoan kid in the yellow shirt, Roy. Everyone calls this photo the last vision. haha.
They love jumping pictures.
Hope all is well. This week was a great week. But most importantly, I'm staying in Samoa!!!!!
So happy I didn't get transferred. I have at least another transfer in Samoa with Sister McBride.
We wore pulakasis . Major brownie points. I don't think I've ever received so many compliments in my life. haha. I didn't even look good, just everyone was so excited to see the palagi missionaries in Samoan stuff. I'll send you pics. They are way comfortable.