Here is a montage of photos of things and people we want to remember. There is no rhyme or reason - I just went through a few of my photo files and this is what I came up with this week.
This is to prove I really am on this mission! Widap grabbed my camera and took this.
This is Heru. He is the fellow who carved the Nativity sets.
During the rainy season, a lot of the drivers just put their top up!
I'm sure that except for in the movies, cowboys are never seen in Indonesia ...... however .......
Cowboys on horseback in the snow is even more foreign .... to say the least!!!!
While at the Senior Conference held last November, I received many compliments about our accommodations. Here is a series of shots of the restaurant - this definitely added to my popularity!!! Did I mention that meals were included with the room.
And this is Upik. She is our "Go-to" person here at our apartment complex.
Here are Rudy and Femmi. He is the Stake Clerk and the Stake and Ward IT Specialist. Femmi is in the Primary (I think).
This is Denok, Desi and their little girl, Xavi. He is a counselor in the Bishopric and she is the Relief Society President. Xavi doesn't have a calling, yet!
Here is Ari and Denok (yes, same name as the Denok noted above) and their little boy Barra. Ari is Stake YM President and Denok is
Here is Bambang - he's single, but has a Muslim girlfriend. He is a private English teacher and calls me all the time with word or phrase questions.
Here are Lina and Antok.
This is Uskup Awik's family.
I know, I know ... everyone who passed their elementary school junior fire marshall test knows that this is dangerous - in the US of A. However, apparently this is the norm in countries with 220 V systems. Higher voltage, lower amperage. Most rooms only have one outlet and the variety of extension cords and expanders that are available is a wonder to behold.