Bryson and Carter's room
The hallway upstairs.
The Living Room
And one more of the Kitchen. I have a lot of work in the kitchen huh?
Saturday was delivery day. Joe had called last week and our stuff had just cleared customs so Joe was able to set up a delivery time and finally after 78 days we were reunited with our things.
The delivery was set up to arrive between 8am and 5pm. They showed up 7:47 and were done unloading all the crates, unpacking the kitchen items, and setting up the bunk beds in less than 3 hours. Holy Cow! It would have taken the Americans all day to unload our things. We had nine Japanese men and they reminded me of little worker ants. Unlike in the states there was no smoke breaks every 15 minutes, there was no getting on their cells phones, there was no just standing around because they were tired or hot, and the biggest observations was, they weren't expecting us to give them food or beer for their work.
Now if I could just keep working instead of stopping because I am tired and overwhelmed I think I might just get somewhere.