This week we're going to show a bit of our flats here at the London Temple Accommodations Center. Our first flat was very small. About the size of a bedroom at home. This included two twin-size beds, a bathroom, and a small kitchen counter. No stove or oven, but a small microwave and sink. The small fridge was in one of the cupboards. No freezer.
After a month, we were able to move into a larger room (still one room of course) with a European king-size bed. This is the same as what we call a queen-size.
We (read Mom) cooked our first true Sunday Dinner two weeks ago. We fed two sister missionaries this past sunday.
We are still very busy with our mission office work. This week was all catch up from the previous two weeks of travel. We did a small musical fireside with a choir 7 sister and 4 Elder missionaries (including both of us -- mom played the piano this time.) No tenors, so dad had to hold up the tenor part and out sing the basses. It went OK, but not stellar.
The English phrase we learned this week is "having a moan" which means complaining. Cherio!