There are bugs in China ? ? ? ? ?

We had a fantastic day yesterday. Yummy breakfast,
lovely museum, and a dinner to remember.

Our hotel is beautiful. It has all the comforts of home. The one thing I appreciate the most is air conditioning. We didn't have any in Nanchang. Ugh..... Cindy without air conditioning. But I survived. Peggy and I brainstormed and came up with a solution just like McGiver!

Below are some photos of the hotel.

Our elevator

Where we ate breakfast Peggy and I loved the blue bowls in this bathroom. The Guangzhou subway system. Notice how clean it is.

Our Subway tokens
Peggy, Spencer and me at the Sun Yet Sun Museum
Darling little girls performing inside the Museum Beauty outside the museum. There is a meaning for everything in China. Yellow is the color worn by the Emperor. If you were caught wearing yellow you would be executed. Blue stands for the sky or heaven. The colors that the people were allowed to wear were red, green and white. Of course they are not so strict today. There is beauty as well as poverty every where you look. Spencer and his optical illusion.

Grammy with Malia.

Ok...this is for Amanda. She does not like Chinese food. This is to show her there is extra protein and a little surprise in every dish.We have been blessed with our addition to our family. She is adjusting nicely and becoming more comfortable around us as each day passes. She is so adorable.

God has answered many prayers. We thank you Almighty God for the blessings you have given us.

May God enrich your life as He has ours.

Many blessings to all.

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