|What a handsome guy! Doesn't he look happy?|
Here is a sampling of what we saw on our inspection day.
|This looks like a nice place. What a lovely flower garden.|
|A lovely kitchen curtain! These Elders even have oranges! This is all the food they have.|
|Nice, big kitchen table with no chairs. Be grateful for what you have!|
|My favorite kitchen. Notice the missing oven? How about that disintegrating wall?|
|This is a full refrigerator. Some of them are pretty empty.|
|This makes me want to go camping!|
|Count your blessings, name them one by one!|
|The Elders like to make no-bake cookies and Rice Krispie treats with Coco Krispies, (no Rice Krispies in Chile).|
I really like the surface the cookies are on. The Elder offered me one but I declined.
|Four Elders live here and they had a big place with this nice back yard. You can see that they are creative and have fun.|
|This is how the closets are. They use a whole room to put their clothes and maybe their study table. There are no closets in these houses.|
|Every set of companions has a white board where they keep track of more of their work.|
|My favorite missionary, checking and teaching these Elders. He always gives them a "pep talk", (I think; it's all in Spanish here). Then they will all laugh about something. I know the Elders like Elder Pulsipher.|
|Onto the bathrooms! As you can see, some showers don't have enough tile! It is hard to keep the mold off of those walls!|
|Not a lot of room between the toilet and shower!|
|This bathroom is upstairs and is quite nice! They knew I was coming to inspect!|
After all the inspections we went home, ate some yummy palta, tomatoes, and beets that I had cooked, peeled and sliced and then you drizzle olive oil and balsamic vinegar over it. It is delicious. Before bed, I took a long shower!!!