These were the ladies who took care of the Catholic Church in Louwsburg, South Africa where my niece was married last March. We'd stopped in to see the church a few days before the ceremony only to discover that the roof had been fixed and it had received a new coat of paint. The Bishop of Durban would be performing the ceremony and all the stops were pulled out to prepare this little church for his arrival and the big day. As we were leaving, my husband struck up a conversation with them. I'm not sure what they were talking about, as the conversation took place in zulu, but these ladies thought he was hilarious and couldn't stop laughing. Their laughter was infectious to say the least!