|This is the market that is just a minute walk.|
|I passed a small farm in the middle of the city on my walk.|
|From soccer ball clockwise - Eli, Josh, Schulie, Kelly, Elena|
|On the train headed to church|
Saturday we slept in and then did wash all morning. Kelly thought it was actually kind of fun to hang clothes on the line. There is no dryer here, which is typical. The kids spent the entire day until 10:00 at night playing with the kids in the neighborhood, which is typical (for Kelly and Josh). I was homesick all day and took a long walk by myself, missing my friends and my walking partner Melissa. I headed down to the Aare River, and got lost with a hundred different trails to get home. When I came home from my walk, I found Kelly and Josh sitting in a circle with a bunch of other kids. They were having a long conversation even though they didn't speak the language. Eventually Kelly brought out her iPod, and they took turns typing into GoogleTranslate. The neighborhood kids pulled out a ping-pong table and that was fun.
We went to the Bern ward today, located more in the city of Bern. It felt like a smaller ward than Zollikofen, but very nice like Zollikofen. A family invited us to a 4th of July party tomorrow. The kids and I will take the train to Keith's work, where the husband will pick us up and drive us out to the country for the party. The husband is from Connecticut, the wife is from Switzerland. They have four children. The oldest son is going to the MTC in Provo next week to prepare for a mission to Greece.