I finally uploaded 100+ pictures from my camera onto my computer, which means it's time to blog again!
There was this day in September (on the 3rd, if you want to get specific) where our Taiwanese friend James took us on a little tour of Feng Yuan. We saw this scooter that has Mickey Mouse on it. Adorable.
Then, later that night, Jenny, Kendra, and I went to Costco.
Yes. This is a Christmas tree. In Costco. In September. In Taiwan.
September 12th featured a lovely sunset, as seen below:
On September 17th, the school hosted a late Moon Festival BBQ for us. Very good food, and it was fun to see everyone outside of the norm.
Here is Gabriel. He is one of Heather's students. He has a twin named Caleb, and you can only tell them apart when looking at them by which one has the freckle (Gabriel). I snapped this one while he wasn't paying attention, which was pretty difficult because this kid loves cameras.
Seth and Angelica are Gerald and Francis's kids.
Kendra, Gabriel, and Heather
Christopher is Peggy's baby. Almost every time I see him, he is crying. The other... week, though, I was downstairs making some copies and one of the secretaries was holding him and he was looking at me (not crying), so I started making fish faces at him, and he tried to copy me.
The men doing their manly BBQ-ing thing.
About two weeks ago we had the Relief Society Broadcast (all Church broadcasts occur a week later here due to the time difference and need to translate things into Chinese). We went to Taichung a bit early and stopped at T.G.I.Friday's for dinner. I got the ribs. Delicious? Yes.
Also, I appear to have hit the picture limit for this post (I don't really know what is going on here), so I'm going to end this one with a video of Kylie eating an oyster at Style a week or so ago.