These last few months have flown by, but it has been a truly wonderful eye-opening experience in our new home. OUR LITTLE ABODE!Everyday we learn more about our hard working village, Lomanikaya. The women continue to beat the tapa cloth from the masi tree from dawn till dusk. The noise has dwindled down to a dull hum now instead of a hammering carpenter's convention like when we first arrived. The men of the village continue to play outside all day ~ fishing, gardening, and of course drinking the kava- bilo after bilo (coconut cup). They continue to give us food everyday, so much food! You would think we had six children the way they haul over bananas by the hundreds on the massive stalks. We also have our garden sprouting so rapidly we have about 50 Chinese cabbage ready to pick and eat. We love being apart of a community that shares everything. DREW IN THE GARDEN/BACKYARD
HEALTH CENTER WOMEN/Liss's Co-WorkersLately we've been helping with the village projects-- mostly fundraising events for our new church.