Marjorie Florence Deasey and her husband Dudley Rawson Deasey were missionaries with the Unevangelised Fields Mission/Asia Pacific Christian Mission. They lived and worked with the Gogodala people at Balimo, Papua New Guinea for over forty years. Marjorie’s work included translating and teaching. When Marjorie and Dudley married in 1935, she had no idea of the enormous challenges ahead. With a limited education, she had to learn another language; deal with medical cases on her doorstep; cope with an enrollment of 600 students at her school; evacuate during the ear; survive cyclones and entertain troops. After Dudley died in 1993 – did she quietly retire? No, she decided to learn how to drive, at the age of 82. A fascinating life. Illustrated with black and white photographs.