More of the same this week at the G’s—helping Grandpa with English, eating mounds of food (without butter soaked yogurt this time, happily), and watching Nepali music videos on YouTube. As always, however, each visit is unique. Special memories from this week include Katie being dressed in a traditional sari—quite a sight!—and taking pictures with Grandpa, who addressed me as “Teacher.” The arrival of a grocery store shopping cart, wheeled into the apartment and then abandoned, can be added to the list of inexplicable conundrums. It joins the ranks of the flavorless, rock hard nut we were given last week. Its purpose is unknown to us—do we simply suck on it, or are we supposed to attempt to chew on it, at the risk of breaking our teeth? Only time—or the aid of a Nepali dictionary—can tell. Yet again, we shared a peaceful, sun soaked afternoon, and continue to learn more about one another.