And then, Saturday we went to a mother's day musical presentation and then us, with 6 other missionaries, were invited to dinner at a member from the other ward who is from, guess where? Logan, UT. That's right, he's American! I didn't catch their whole story but he met his Filipino wife on a Single's website and he travels back and forth and works in Utah. I'm not sure how often, but it was kinda crazy! He just got back from Utah this past week and so he brought a package for an elder who is from there. Most exciting contents? Cheddar Cheese haha he was SO excited. He also is going home in like 2 transfers so he has been without for quite awhile. I thought it was pretty hilarious. The night consisted of me with two other American elders talking with the American and
all the Filipinos talking to his wife. Even though it hasn't been that long, it was so weird especially since he is very American. He doesn't know the language at all...so interesting. And we also helped the other Sister's move and I made a delicious banana-peanut butter shake. Oh and Last night, Sister Karagdag taught me how to make manga float, I think I mentioned it before, but it is SO good! And now I know how to make it! Score! And that's about it. I love you all!