|This is the cute litte bat trees that Sister Hansen made. AWESOME!|
|Bats were everywhere!|
|After eating, we gathered in a circle and told scary ghost stories|
|President Collins and Sister Davie.|
President Dunn and the Clowards are in the back.
Today we, along with the Hansens, helped four of our elders move to a new flat. Their flat had been broken into twice and we wanted them out of there. We drove two bakkies pulling trailers out to the old flat about 50 minutes away from us.
|They even mopped their way out of the flat!|
|The flat contents|
|All of the missionaries learn to roll up their bedding to make moving and transfer day easier.|
|Each elder carrying their mattress|
|And Sister Hansen keeping them all in line|
|Elder Pulley from CA|
|This mother and her little boy were headed to a picnic and the little boy was so curious about what we were doing. I had to take a photo.|
|The overflowing trailers! Two of everything for the furniture and four twin beds, along with kitchen, washer, four study desks, bookcase for missionary supplies, and personal items.|
|The drive to Hartbeespoort|
|One of the heavy loads|
|Awesome tire sale!|
|The elders told us that hijackers pour oil on the road and when your car spins out of control, they attack. So They said you just watch for shiny roads and try to avoid. Mostly happens at night.|
|The new flat and the happy elders. This flat is only 20 minutes away from their areas.|
|As a reward, we all went to a late lunch at an Italian restaurant.|
|The food was very good|
|South Africa has been decorating and marketing Christmas since October 1|
|NECSA - one of South Africa's nuclear power plants|
|little shack beside the road|
|Beautiful South Africa countryside|
|My favorite South African driver! Kent does awesome driving the bakkie and trailer! It's tricky shifting with the left hand but he had no problem.|
|Carrying a load down the middle of the road.|
|Johannesburg far off in the distance|
Remember, He loves us, He values us and our simple desires and requests. He hears us as we plead for mercy. Sometimes the answer is no. We did have the tarps, and it would have been messy if the rain had come, but this time He blessed little old us!
Trust in the power of prayer and then have faith that help and answers will be given. As we pray, we have to keep working and doing. "Faith without works is dead".
Sending love, joy, and happiness to you all! Stay strong and carry on doing good, and keep the line of communication open to your Heavenly Father.