One more house story, just to let you in on my daily laugh.
Remember the other day how I was suddenly asked to pick my paint colors? I am sure I was, it wasn't just a dream.
Well today we went to the house to help Brad and some of the students clean the yard.
As I walked into the house I was more than a little surprised to see some of my kitchen walls painted yellow. A rather bright yellow.
For a moment or two I stood rather confused. I went outside, looked at Brad, then went back into the house for a second look.
3 of the walls were painted the color I had asked for, but the fourth, a rather large wall, was indeed yellow.
Then I had to laugh, kinda.
Remember how I said they had laughed at my choices and tried to show me other colors. Well, this yellow was one of the colors they had really pushed for. It was called Sunflower. I 'told' (see hand motion/pointing/head shaking) them that no I wanted the Manilla color.
Not sure what happened.
I thought of asking. But just couldn't bring myself to do it. I am not sure why. Let's just call it acceptance for tonight.
Some new friends stopped by and said I lived in the rainbow house. I chuckled.
But these new friends did bring some great news. They told us of a couple that is considering moving to Cheung Chau to start an English/Cantonese fellowship. My heart jumped at this. We have discussed this and prayed for this. We hope to connect with them next week.
On another note, Brad and the students found a bright green poisonous snake in the yard with a whole rat in its body. I was slightly grossed out as the kids stood around oohing and aahing as Brad cut it open. Lets just call that 'Biology'. We were told that cats are good for keeping the snakes out of the yard.
I plan on getting about 10.
From now on I shall be known as
"The cat lady in the rainbow house"
Now to find some one to translate that into Cantonese!