Life out here is very camping like. My diet consists of mostly ramen, bread, eggs, rice, and chicken. We cook on a gas lit stove because the electricity is unreliable. It goes in and out. Every day there is a thunderstorm. we do our laundry every Monday. A sister from our branch comes and hand-washes all our clothes for 10 cedis.
The church is very nice here. It is actually a very nice building with open hallways and class rooms. The talks are all in Twi, so I can't understand them. Oh well, I still feel the spirit. Sunday was our district conference and President and Sister Hill came. All us elders sang Press forward Saints then a verse in Twi.
The confirmation is this Sunday and I will do it. Besides that not much else is going on.
No one got transferred so I'm with everyone for at least 8 more weeks.
Love you Mom soo much and I will find a way to send pictures.
Love, Elder Keddington
It's nice to finally get more information from him about the way he is living. I need to figure out how much 10 cedis is in American currency. My kids are getting off way too easy! ;) We sure love this boy!