Sunday, March 15, 2009

Sunday (15/31)

I spend most of my Sunday at church. I teach the 5 and 6 year old class in the morning, eat lunch with friends, and then go the afternoon service. Our church is on the Island, in an area called Sheung Wan. I like walking through this district. It has an old, traditional Chinese feeling to it. The theme of the streets around our church is dried goods. Dried everything. I really have no idea what many of the items are. Some of them look like well, dried poo. Lots of the stuff is dried fish. And all of it is good for your health, of course! The streets have a distinct aroma, as you can imagine. Thankfully, there are a couple of delightful bakeries that give some reprieve to the fishy odor. Anyway, I took a couple pictures at lunch today, as I wandered the streets for awhile. (Bonus pic: my Sunday School students showing off their Queen Esther crowns!)


b said...

Oh Harmony, (namesake of a restaurant apparently),
I LOVE your blogging month. Excellent, entertaining and lovely much like yourself. I really love seeing your world through your eyes, thanks for letting us in! :)

Jody Lee said...

harm, i can see your photography skills are coming along gorgeously...i love seeing pieces of HK again on your blog!