Mamba Point Hotel
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... and doing their homework during the week and practicing and that it will pay off.
I teach a music/piano class for the branch on Wednesday afternoons and my students are doing awesome!
The Branch: Our branch President is enthusiastic and is not allowing anything to discourage him...he is moving forward with the Temple prep class, Youth Choir, branch choir, Mutual, bishop's youth discussions, Family history, home ...
... so she can practice them on her own and teach them correctly to the other P.A's.
Ryan and I are going to be in the U.S. during August, and while we are there, we are putting on another benefit concert, this time in my hometown of Milpitas. It will be a home concert and it is really fun to invite so many of the people I have known and loved for so long...since I was 8 years old! I asked a friend of mine who I grew up singing with in the Bay Area to ...
... a beer stop across the street from the site of the Chinese Ebola Treatment Unit. Fittingly we began our beers only after washing with chlorine. We listened as Lincoln described the challenges of life during Ebola time when sirens crisscrossed the city picking up patients and stirring up fear. Lincoln described his self-imposed quarantines after feeling ill. Luckily for him these didn't turn out to be Ebola. I heard similar stories for the duration of the trip. Just like the ...
Normally in the U.S. this day would begin with upbeat patriotic band music, everyone bustling about getting on their red,white and blue and after a morning family prayer of gratitude and thanks to Heavenly Father for our beautiful free country and our forefathers, everyone would head out to a Church 4th of July morning devotional and flag raising ceremony, followed by a pancake breakfast.
The rest of the day would be spent watching ...
... stay away from them. People are being advised not to take the taxi's and pen-pens (motorbikes)...to avoid contact with too many people.
People make jokes about it also because no one wants to touch anyone or be touched...so we are just being very careful, eating well.
Young Womens - The sad part about the whole Ebola thing is that we stopped our home visits...going into the neighborhoods and being in people's homes is a risk. You don't know where others have been, ...