How are ya'll doing? We hope all is well since we just saw pictures of the flooding in Huntington Canyon and in Enoch. Hope your homes were safe Rog & Arlene, and Neil and family.
We are still having many fun adventures here on our mission and just thought we'd send a few pictures.
Just came outside the door one day and these large mushrooms were everywhere!
Our FAVORITE DISTRICT!!! It was another fun preparation day with the Sisters and Elders over to play tennis, volleyball and to barbeque. We really love these valiant missionaries! We have since gone through another transfer (sad) and now have a new Sister missionary and a new Elder from Gooding, Idaho. (Good friends with our daughter, Kimberly's family). The Elder - front and center is from Price, Utah. What a small world!
These sisters taught me how to make a "Banana Pudden" It was a surprise for the Sister missionaries as transfers were coming in a few days and they had been wanting some "pudden."
Elder Myer's birthday cake - A TRIPLE LAYER CHOCOLATE CAKE!! We also had a birthday dinner at the sister's house and this was Lannie's delicious creation! We have such wonderful times as we meet with them and the Sister missionaries to talk about the gospel.
Well this is the end of our slide show. You can wake up now! We think about your always. We are so appreciative of your prayers and care of our home. Each time we share about the Gospel of Jesus Christ our testimony grows stronger and we have a greater love for our Savior Jesus Christ. We love you! Take care!
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
We finished our last Institute lesson and Closing Social. The Lord really blessed us as the attendance increased each time. For the Closing Social, we held a Murder Mystery Dinner (Catered) and one student, a Drama teacher, loaned us the weapons (extra large size) for our table decorations and costumes We had so many things - wigs, canes, fur coats, hats - you name it. It was SOOOO FUN! And no one even guessed that it was from the Book of Mormon.
Showing our age here with the Sister Missionaries.
Greenville is still as beautiful as ever!! So many trees are in bloom everywhere - lots of pinks, purples, white and reds. And if we didn't already tell you, it really, really, really rains A LOT here.
For the grand kids -we got a picture of a new friend we found one night hanging out with the roaches.