They use our washer and dryer and eat breakfast and lunch with us. We clean our house while they are doing what they need to. I've taught them how to fold their shirts (so they won't wrinkle), sheets and how much soap they should use so they don't flood the machine. They return the favor and wash and vaccum out our car. Cute boys! So young! They leave about noon to meet up with the rest of the district in Lihue to play ball, fish or go hiking.
In the afternoon Wally and I head up to Port Allen (ten miles away) to McDonalds. They have free WiFi and it is great to use to update our blog so we don't suck our air card dry. I bought Wally an Itouch recently so he can have his own games, Hawaiian music and scriptures. We also use the Wifi to sync it.