Sunday, April 26, 2015

Easter party, spontaneous, by some miracle, becoming a saint, a new self

Easter party for our English class
April 27, 2015
Egg hunt

Dear family,

Easter party!
Every 6 weeks, we have a "party" for our English class and we get to choose the theme. So we decorated eggs together and had an Easter egg hunt which was fun for them because they had never done these "American" traditions before. 

We wanted to make it fun and challenging, so I and my companion hid the eggs in really hard spots all around the church outside. Then we split the class up into teams and gave each team a flashlight to try and make it competitive. 

Members of our English class
But they couldn't find all of the eggs. I guess because it's not a tradition they do every year here, they weren't very competitive. They sort of casually walked around expecting to just see them sitting in the bush, but we hid them in branches of trees, etc. So they never found all the eggs, but that's okay! I think they still enjoyed it and it was hilarious to watch them. 

The last few days have been pretty spontaneous! It's weird using that word because usually nothing about missionary work is spontaneous. In general, we have every single 30 minute period planned out and back up plans for each plan so we can best use this precious time.

But it just so happens that sometimes things don't work out as you plan! And the last few days have turned out that way, and it was actually sort of fun for a change. We found ourselves biking all over, back and forth, and we had some unexpected lessons scheduled which was a pleasant surprise. 

By some miracle
Lin Jiemei is still on track to be baptized next month on the 16th which we're looking forward to. But she's crazy busy so can only meet with us on Sundays after church. But on Sunday she was going to the temple in Taipei (she's so awesome!) so wouldn't be able to meet with us. But we still have a couple lessons to get through with her, so we weren't sure how we'd get through everything. 

Helping class members decorate eggs for their first time
But at the last minute she called us up and said she would meet us at the chapel so we met her there. 

It turned out that by some miracle, at work she got to leave early and she was able to come. She's super cute and said she's been praying that she would have a way to meet with us and be able to go to institute. It worked out perfectly that we could meet with her and have Bishop join us for the lesson before he taught the institute class.

Becoming a saint
Mosiah 3:19 has always been one of my favorite scriptures.
"For the natural man is an enemy to God, and has been from the fall of Adam, and will be, forever and ever, unless he yields to the enticings of the Holy Spirit, and putteth off the natural man and becometh a saint through the atonement of Christ the Lord, and becometh as a child, submissive, meek, humble, patient, full of love, willing to submit to all things which the Lord seeth fit to inflict upon him, even as a child doth submit to his father."
Our teeny district
In the past I mostly liked it because of the last part of the verse describing how we should become childlike. This always stuck out to me because of how much I love children and how much I would work with them in summer camps, in my neighborhood, babysitting, etc. and truly learned so much from kids and loved how Christlike they are. 

But I usually ignored the first part of the verse, because I didn't like hearing that I was an enemy to God. This was years ago of course, when I was younger, and didn't fully understand the scriptures and sometimes found the language harsh and was almost even offended by that first statement. 

It still remains one of my favorite scriptures and now years later, I realize how doctrinally rich that verse really is. Now when I read the first phrase, "the natural man is an enemy to God" I am still taken back a bit at first. I think to myself, "Who is God's enemy? Not Satan?!" But how true those words are. Of course Satan is also God's enemy, but so is the natural man.

Fortunately we have the Atonement to help us change and become clean and worthy to return to God's presence. I love Elder Bednar's talk The Atonement and Journey of Mortality; it has really helped me understand this verse even more. I would encourage everyone to study it on your own! 
Companions: Sister Biancardi and me :)

Through the Atonement, we are first cleansed of our sins, we go from "bad" to "good", this is the cleansing part of the Atonement, the part that helps us "put off the natural man." 

Then, from the strengthening and enabling part of the Atonement, we "becometh a Saint", that is, we go from "good to better" little by little as we rely on Christ's grace, as we continually try our best trusting Him to help us after we give our best efforts. 

It is through this grace that we find the strength through Christ not that He will change our circumstances for us, but that we will have the strength to change ourselves. 

A new self

This quote by C.S. Lewis has been the goal of my mission: 
“Give me all of you!!! I don’t want so much of your time, so much of your talents and money, and so much of your work. I want YOU!!! ALL OF YOU!! I have not come to torment or frustrate the natural man or woman, but to KILL IT! No half measures will do. I don’t want to only prune a branch here and a branch there; rather I want the whole tree out! Hand it over to me, the whole outfit, all of your desires, all of your wants and wishes and dreams. Turn them ALL over to me, give yourself to me and I will make of you a new self---in my image. Give me yourself and in exchange I will give you Myself. My will, shall become your will. My heart, shall become your heart.”
It might seem like a daunting task at first to rid ourselves of the natural man that is within all of us, but through the Atonement it is possible as we continue everyday, little bits at a time gradually changing our desires, actions, and thoughts. And we are always promised help from our Heavenly Father!

Beautiful Qishan
You are all in my prayers! So excited to be able to Skype on Mother's Day! And next week I and my companion are going to the beach (woo hoo!) so we'll be emailing earlier than usual.

Sister Sinclaire Hancock

Training  follow up with President and Sister Blickenstaff (April 17)

Fresh cinnamon rolls--yum!

Sunday, April 19, 2015

My Chinese, 1st interview, training, Huang & Shen, Lin & Xie, attitude, serving those around you

Standing next to the guardian lion at this brightly painted traditional Chinese temple

20 April 2015
Qishan, Taiwan 


This week we had a lot of missionary meetings which can quickly fill up the week because of how far apart things are and all the necessary travel time. 

My Chinese
On Wednesday, we took language assessments and it was cool to see how much my Chinese has improved since the MTC, even though I still have a long ways to go. 

First interview with President Blickenstaff
On Thursday, we had interviews. It was my first interview with President Blickenstaff and it was really good! 

We do these once every other transfer so that he can make sure everyone's doing okay and spend some one-on-one time with us since there are so many missionaries (about 200 in our mission right now). It only lasts about 10 minutes but I could really tell how much he cares about us and how closely he was listening to me. 

Training and cinnamon rolls
On Friday, we had a follow-up training meeting which was for all of the new missionaries and their trainers to see how it was going and to talk about ways we can improve. 

Big meetings like this are always fun because we get to see other missionaries and usually the meetings are held in English which is refreshing. There were also cinnamon rolls! 

Delicious lunch at our investigators' cafe!
YUMMY YUMMY banana smoothie and Italian pasta!
Huang & Shen, Lin & Xie 
Our investigators are doing pretty well! We've had a hard time the past few weeks with finding new investigators, but the ones that we do have are starting to progress faster which is exciting. 

Exciting news is that this week we put Huang jiemei and Shen dixiong on date! They're going to work towards May 30th :) 

They're super adorable. She told us that they look forward to us coming every week and that we could even come everyday if we wanted! Right now we've been going twice a week just because it's such a far bike ride, but they're doing really great and are definitely so prepared.

We also put Lin & Xie from the cafe on date which we're really excited about too! 

It will be really hard for Lin & Xie though because the two of them own that cafe and they don't have any workers and they're open on Sunday. So they wouldn't have anyone to watch the shop for them or prepare all the food. We're going to talk to them more about that this week. 
My companion:  Sister Biancardi :)
This week I've been thinking about ways I can be a better companion. We had a great discussion about companionships in our district meeting on Tuesday and our district leader had some great insights. 

Before my mission, everyone told me how hard it would be. They said the language is hard, getting along with companions is hard, etc.  "Hard, hard, hard." 

But it doesn't have to be! I've really believed my whole life that attitude is everything. Well, not everything but it does make a huge difference. 

I started my mission with the expectation that working with someone 24/7 would be a trial and that it would be something I need to work through. 

But I've realized lately that mentality hasn't been much of a help to me. Though I'm sure people were trying to be helpful in warning me about missionary life, my entire perspective has changed lately. 

I'm now on my 4th companion, and they're such a blessing! It all just depends how you see it. 

I was really blessed that my last companion was Sister Worthen. I doubt she realized it and I certainly didn't either at the time. But I really think our companionship changed the course of my entire mission. 

Awesome ward activity: painting our own umbrellas in Meinong,
the nearby Hakka folk village!
I learned that companionships are only as hard as you make them and it all depends on your attitude. 

If you choose to hold on to your pride and if you expect it to be a constant trial in your life, you're going to make it more difficult than it has to be. 

With Sister Worthen, I learned that companionships are fun and that it really can be like hanging out with your best friend and doing everything together. 

She was a great example to me of someone who cares more about the unity of the companionship than her pride and truly let go of all her pride because she knew how important the companionship is. 
"Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself" (Matthew 22:36-39) 
The umbrella I painted 
If I spent this entire year and a half trying to help people come closer to Christ and I only helped one person, I would still think my time was worth it. 

Each of my companions so far has been so different! I've truly loved each one of them. 

Right now, my "neighbor" is my companion. If I can at least help her to come closer to Christ, I'll know I've been successful.

I hope everyone can work a little harder on charity this week and keep serving those around you! 

Sister Sinclaire Hancock

Monday, April 13, 2015

Yay for cheese, 6 months, 1 in 200, ponder anew, power

Pizza we got to celebrate my birthday. Yay for cheese! Notice the upside down American flag-- nice attempt :)

13 April 2015

6 months
On Wednesday, I will have been out on my mission for 6 months! Woo hoo :)  

Crazy to think that just 6 months ago I was at home and picturing what my life would be like in Taiwan. I remember hearing about the visa issues and thinking how much I hoped that wouldn't happen to my group. So of course, it's exactly what ended up happening. I never pictured myself being a missionary in Idaho, but I wouldn't change anything. That time really turned out to be a huge blessing to me and I view it as a tender mercy from the Lord. 
Tu Jiemei (Young Women's President) took us all out to lunch--so nice!

And now here I am, finally in Taiwan. I've been here for almost a whole transfer now. I have 6 more weeks of training (with my 3rd trainer) and then I will be a "seasoned missionary". Well, not really.

Things are great here! I continue to love Qishan and all the people I have the pleasure of meeting. 

1 in 200
One night we were doing church contacting.  This is when we stand on the corner of a busy intersection on the street of our chapel. When people are stopped at the traffic light for about a minute, we can point to our chapel, and invite them to learn more. Usually people aren't super interested and are somewhat anxious to drive off as soon as the light turns green. 

But about 1 in every 200 will pull over to the light and be willing to hear more. So it was with Huang & Shen.

Went "neighbor tracting" one night this week.
Thought we'd get to know our next door neighbors
 by dropping off a papaya and short message.
We started a conversation with them and learned they had just moved and were actually looking for a church. (What?!)  So we've started visiting them ever since and they're adorable. 

They're a really sweet couple and I've loved getting to know them. Huang jiemei definitely is interested and has a lot of faith. Shen dixiong doesn't quite believe, but he came and watched general conference with us yesterday which was awesome! 

Ponder anew
The highlight for this week was definitely General Conference. It was just so good! I was trying to pick a favorite talk to highlight, but I couldn't. So I thought I might pick my top 3 and I still couldn't. But I guess that's a good thing that the messages from our prophet and apostles were all so good! 

I enjoyed hearing the choir sing "Praise to the Lord the Almighty God".  It was perfect timing for me. I recently received a letter from my Dad about some of his favorite hymns and he wrote me about a line in that song: 
"Ponder anew what the Almighty can do"
So that had been my focus for the week--to work on increasing my faith and trying to recognize the Lord's hand more in my life. 

Along with that, I've been thinking about Moroni's counsel in the last chapter of the Book of Mormon (Moroni 10:7): 
"I would exhort you that ye deny not the power of God; for he worketh by power, according to the faith of the children of men."
I know that God has a plan for each one of us, and that He watches over us and is always mindful of what we're going through. 

Love you all! 

Sister Sinclaire Hancock

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Easter, Sunny, desire, spiritual questions, I know, our Savior, quest of a lifetime


April 6, 2015

Happy Easter!
Hope everyone has had a wonderful time celebrating Easter. Nobody here celebrates Easter--not even members-- so it was pretty low key. 

Bishop called on Sunday morning to ask us to teach Gospel Principles so we taught it on Faith in Jesus Christ and showed the church's Easter video to try and make it more festive. 

We also sang "All Creatures of our God and King" in Sacrament Meeting to try and add some Easter spirit. 

Oh and geng hao! It was Fast Sunday too haha which was sort of a bummer but it was all good. Definitely different from a normal Easter but it was still a wonderful day to be able to reflect on the Savior's sacrifice for us. 

It was awesome because we had a few investigators come with us. Sunny, one of our English students came and started crying during some of the testimonies. I don't think it was a sad cry. I'm hoping she was feeling it and it was a happy cry! 

Our chapel

We're still working with her and she's getting closer to baptism. She's really awesome! 

Even though we just started meeting with her recently, someone gave her a Book of Mormon a long time ago, and she reads it every night on her own, even though she hadn't had any lessons or anything. 

My Testimony
Since it's Easter, I thought I would share my testimony today: 

I actually partly wanted to share my testimony about testimonies!

Even though I grew up in the church, like everyone, I needed to gain my own testimony.

I had always grown up hearing people express their knowledge of truth and I never thought they were lying; I knew that they knew. I didn't yet know for myself, but I wanted to. 

And like Alma says, that's how it starts, with a desire. I've let this desire work within me and especially over these last few years, I've really been able to develop my faith and come to know spiritual truths for myself. 

I add my testimony to President Uchtdorf's, that the 
"Everlasting and Almighty God, the Creator of this vast universe, will speak to those who approach Him with a sincere heart and real intent." 

BBQ clan
Spiritual questions
This takes time and it takes effort. Some people think it's not worth the effort or some people might think it's enough for them to rely on other people's testimonies. 

But I can promise that it's worth it to know for yourself and that Heavenly Father will answer our prayers. It will take faith and patience on our part, but spiritual questions deserve spiritual answers. 

I know
There is still a lot that I don't know and I still have questions, but I do know that God lives and that He loves us. I know that He has provided a way for us to have success in this life and to return to live with Him again.

Our Savior
I know that He is perfect and that in order to feel worthy to live in His presence, a Savior is necessary.

On my own, I fall short, and we all make mistakes which bring us guilt and make us unclean and unable to dwell in God's presence. 

Neighboring town of Meinong

But through His love and the love of our Savior, Jesus Christ, we can erase those mistakes and become clean and better everyday. 

I know that because of Jesus Christ, we will all live again, that we don't need to wonder whether our life has a purpose and if there is something more. 

Because of our Redeemer, "death has no sting" and "the grave no victory." 

I know that living a life founded on His teachings will bring us the most happiness that is available for us. 

I'm grateful for my testimony and for the ways my mission has helped to strengthen it and increase my faith. 

Quest of a lifetime
But I know I still have so much to learn and that 
"the process of gathering spiritual light is the quest of a lifetime and that it may not come as quickly as you desire... but if you do your part, it will come. And it will be glorious." 
I hope everyone has a wonderful week!

Sending all my love and appreciation for the happy birthday wishes!

Sister Sinclaire Hancock

Picturesque valley surrounded by verdant mountains

typical dinner

Qishan is famous for its bananas.
Going to make banana bread today!

Saturday, April 4, 2015

20 guavas, beautiful and huge, thirst, 5 months, patient, adventure and growth

Hand-written letter!
March 16, 2015
Qishan, Taiwan

The last couple of weeks the weather has felt really nice.  It feels comfortable and I love never having to wear a sweater at night.  If we have to bike for a long time, then it gets too hot.  But otherwise it's very pleasant with the breeze.  Except now summer time is rolling around, so yesterday and today it started getting sweaty.  But that's how it will be for the next while, and I hear that after a while I'll get used to it and not even think about the sweat anymore.

20 guavas
I'm enjoying the food especially now that I'm used to it!  My favorites so far as dong guo cha (a drink with the tapioca pearls at the bottom and ice), the breakfast cereal drink (warm soy milk with oats and "milk" flavoring), and dra bing (green onion pancake wrap with egg and corn inside).  The fruit of course is delicious too!  I've had a ton of guavas so far....Often when we go to someone's house, they'll send us home with an entire bag, so right now we have about 20 guavas in our kitchen!

Beautiful and huge
This area is beautiful.  Lots of rice fields, flowers, mountains and my favorite--palm trees. Our area is huge!  Sometimes we'll bike for 45 minutes to get to appointments.  It can be tiring and sometimes my quads start hurting and I want to pull over and stop.  But I recite this scripture to myself,
"Peace be unto thy soul; thine adversity and thine afflictions shall be but a small moment."  (Doctrine and Covenants 121:7).  
It helps me to keep pedaling and to remember to try not to think about myself and that it will be worth it to go and meet with someone.
Scriptures and prayers while I'm biking
Thirst within me
I've grown to love the scriptures on my mission!  I thought I loved them before, but I have this thirst within me now to learn everything I can.  I want to be able to remember all the stories and everyone's names and the history.  I've found that often my prayers are answered through scripture and that they are a wonderful source of wisdom and comfort.

So each day or every few days, I pick a scripture that stands out to me during personal study and then I try to memorize it and ponder the rest of the day. Biking is relaxing time for me to be able to think and say the scripture over and over again in my head.  It's amaing how much we can get out of the scriptures and how much they teach us!

Prayer in my heart
Another thing I've loved is being able to have a prayer in my heart as I'm riding along....I know you rely on prayer and that you you love it.  It's been wonderful for my love of prayer to have grown over these last few months.

Qishan on Taiwan map
5 months
I've been out on my mission since October 15th and it's now March 16th.  In a way it feels like I haven't been home for longer than that because so much has changed. But I also know that at the end, my mission will have seemed quick and that I'll wish it was longer.

At times, it's a little bit sad for me to be gone for events such as Christmas, Grampy's funeral, Grandma and Sterling's birthdays, the remodel project of the academy etc.

But I have been very blessed that homesickness was never an issue for me.  It can be sad to miss out on events like that or hearing about the plans that my friends have for vacation breaks.

But I know Heavenly Father is blessing my family for my service more than I ever could myself.  I know He is mindful of my loved ones and helping them beyond what I could be able to do if I were at home.

Chinese forces me to work hard,
be humble, and rely on divine assistance
Patient about the language
Change seems gradual to me--I do not feel like my Chinese has improved drastically since yesterday, but when I think of where it was 2 weeks ago, it actually has improved quite a bit!  I have to remember to be patient about the language and with myself.

It has been interesting coming from Idaho where I could answer however I wanted and was able to perfectly articulate my thoughts versus being here trying to help investigators and address their concerns with such a limited vocabulary.  Sometimes it can be frustrating because my efforts don't feel effective and I might know exactly what I would do in English.  But then just have to stay quiet and have my companion talk since I don't know the words.

Adventure and growth
But it's been a wonderful adventure! I was excited about all of these things when I found out my visa had gone through.  It forces me to work hard, be humble, and rely on divine assistance more than I ever had to in my last area. I love the opportunity that it is for growth.

Sister Sinclaire Hancock

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Lin Jiemei, this is my beloved Son, team effort, kind people everywhere, apply it generously 24/7

Bananas on our handlebars--secret gifts given anonymously by one of our neighbors

March 30, 2015

Hello all,

Happy almost Easter! Spring has always been my favorite time of the year. So happy it's here! It feels like summer here, but April is still one of my favorite months :)

I've never been so excited for General Conference in my entire life! In the words of Kalei, my roommate last year, as a kid it always seems too long.  But now that I'm older, it never seems long enough! 

Lin Jiemei
Hot pot lunch with our investigators:  Zoe, Zoe, and Valorie
This week we finally met with Lin Jiemei. It was sort of a complicated situation because she started coming to church months ago with her friend, but they actually lived in a different area.

Somehow her friend got permission to come to the Qishan ward because it's actually closer to them. But she didn't get baptized at the same time as her friend. Then she was told she needed to go to the ward in her boundaries.

Long story short, there was some drama and hurt feelings. She stopped coming to church for a few months. But she now has permission to be in our ward and we are teaching her.

She has a goal to be baptized on May 16th. We are really excited! It's amazing how prepared she is. We taught her for the first time yesterday and reviewed the Restoration.

This is my beloved Son
I always enjoy reciting the First Vision. The power from those words never goes away! 

"I saw a pillar of light exactly over my head above the brightness of the sun which descended gradually until it fell upon me. When the light rested upon me I saw two personages whose brightness and glory defy all description standing above me in the air. One of them spoke unto me, calling me by name, and said, pointing to the other, 'This is my beloved Son, hear Him' "

Delicious hot pot! 
I was hoping to have a funny story to share. It's always fun hearing about the first time missionaries recite the First Vision from memory and the funny mess ups they make. Shout out to Elder Wolfgramm!

His first time, he accidentally said "whose brightness and glory defy all gravity." I still crack up at that and was hoping I would have some funny moments too. But sadly none so far. I'll keep you posted.

Anyway, we taught her the Restoration because we saw her carrying a water bottle full of what looked like tea. When she walked in, we introduced the Word of Wisdom a little bit at the end and invited her to read the pamphlet in preparation for next week's meeting.

Tea is huge in Taiwan and so the Word of Wisdom is always a big hang up. We thought we would introduce it early so that she could start working on it and hopefully by the time May came around, she would be ready to be baptized.

But she told us she has been living it all this time! Even though she hasn't met with missionaries and didn't even come to church for several months, she said she's been keeping the Word of Wisdom for the last 6 months. She's so amazing and so ready to be baptized!

Her faith is definitely an example to me. And it also shows how awesome our recent convert Lin Jiemei is (Yes, many are named Lin here. And yes, it's very difficult to learn everyone's names and tell them apart).

Team effort
They were the two friends I talked about in the beginning who started investigating together, except one of them progressed a little faster and was baptized. We have been meeting with her every week as a recent convert, but it turns out she's been helping her friend (now our investigator, the other Lin Jiemei) this entire time.

Such a great illustration of how missionary work really is a team effort! I should also mention that the reason we found these two Lin Jiemeis to begin with is from a member referral in our ward. Members are so helpful!

So grateful everyone was able to be in tune with the Spirit and that everything was able to align up. God truly is directing His work! 

Kind People everywhere
What stuck out to me most this week is how kind people are here. I'm not sure if it's just because we stick out and they see that we're not natives, or what, but I'll take it!

One day we were at a noodle shop eating lunch, and a man started talking to us in English. We had a short conversation and on the way out, we saw him pointing to our table. When we went to pay, it turns out he had paid for our meal.

A surprise act of kindness by a stranger at a noodle shop.
These noodles are delicious! They come out sizzling hot
and keep cooking on the pan right in front of you.
Super tasty sauce :)
Another day this week when we walked downstairs to our bikes, there were 2 little bags of bananas on our bikes that one of our neighbors had grown and left there for us (See photo at top of the page).

The same thing happened 2 days later but with tomatoes.

And each Sunday after church, a member will come up and tell us that there's lunch waiting for us in the kitchen. A different member every week will prepare it and have it warm and waiting for us in the oven! They even try to make it American especially for us.

Then last night as we were contacting, we saw a store booth with lots of computer cords and such. My companion needed a cord for her camera so we went and checked it out. They didn't have her cord because it's an American brand, but the lady gave us this nifty device that literally charges anything! Because it was Sunday, we couldn't pay, so she just gave it to us for free. So nice!

My companion, Sister Biancardi, in our apartment
Then there was last Friday, we were biking to a less active member's house for lunch and we weren't quite sure which road it was down. So we asked someone on the side of the road and she pointed which direction to go and so we rode off.

A minute later, she and her husband are riding in front of us in their scooters so we could follow them and so they could make sure we were going the right way.

We would have found it fine, but they rode in front of us the whole way to the house so we would find it okay.

Then when we arrived, she bought us each lemonade drinks. We had to tell her several times that we were here for a lunch appointment, or else she would have rode off and then come back with lunch for us too.

The people are wonderful and constantly spoil us!

Apply it generously 24/7
This morning I read "Approaching the Throne of God with Confidence" from last General Conference. It's a great talk-- I wish I could quote it all, so just go and read it or watch it right now! 

Here are a few lines that stuck out to me:

"Acknowledge that you cannot love God without also loving His commandments"(John 14:15)

"Remember that casualness in spiritual matters never was happiness" 

"Because the Atonement of Jesus Christ is very practical, you should apply it generously 24/7, for it never runs out."

Jesus Christ truly is the center of everything that we share as missionaries.

The Atonement is the greatest event that ever occurred or will occur in history. The blessings are available to all and we should access it everyday! Christ has already made the sacrifice for us and given us this gift; we might as well use it. 

Praying fervently for each one of you :)  Happy Easter and hope it's a wonderful week!

Love you all!

Sister Sinclaire Hancock

Right now it is a holiday called Ching Ming (Qing Ming) Sau Mu, meaning grave sweeping.
Because they're huge on family and their ancestors, once a year they celebrate this holiday
and make these delicious wraps. Sad it's only once a year!
Basically inside the flour wraps you put all sorts of veggies:
cabbage, carrots, bean sprouts, etc.with meat and eggs.
Then sprinkle, sugar and crushed peanuts on top and wrap it all up. So delicious!