Coming Home July 2011


Working on new material for the blog!

It has taken me awhile to decide what to do with the blog. I felt lost not posting pictures of the missionaries and I've felt lost with not having my missionary routine. We are starting to settle into a different routine and I have decided to start blogging again. It will take me a little while to get things squared away but we are rolling into the next phase of our journey in life - recovery from the best experience of our lives ( the mission), knee surgery( Tim's), physical therapy for my back, and the economy with our business. We look forward to continuing our growth spiritually and preparing for what comes next!

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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

New Missionaries

We have some great new missionaries in our mission. Let me introduce them: Elder Smith is from Mesa AZ. He is an Eagle Scout and enjoys sports, painting, drawing, hiking and camping. His trainer is Elder Woodhead and they are serving in Alexsavka. Elder Cullen is from Provo UT. He enjoys sports, the violin , the guitar and computers. His trainer is Elder Ehrisman and they are serving in Makeevka. Elder Walton is from Provo UT. He enjoys architecture and mechanical drafting, band, choir, drama, remodeling, landscaping, reading and biking. His trainer is Elder Barnum and they are serving in Solvtica. Elder Moore is form Centerville, Ohio. He enjoys jazz band, playing the saxophone and piano and he is an Eagle Scout and has received his Duty to God Award. His trainer is Elder Crowther and they are serving in Sumy. Elder Hansen is from Cedar Hills, UT. He enjoys rock climbing, cross country, hiking, back packing and storytelling. His trainer is Elder Misiurenko and they are serving in Petrosky. Elder Allred is from Mapleton, UT. He enjoys soccer, music, skiing, biking and entrepreneurship. His trainer is Elder Noyes and they are serving in Gorlevka. Elder Richardson is from Wilmette, Ill. He enjoys playing the electric upright basses and has performed at several concerts including Carnegie Hall in New York City. He also enjoys and has studied the Chinese language and culture. His trainer is Elder Tsaturyan and they are serving in Lugantsk. Sister Vasileva is from Kharkov and is waiting for her visas to come through so she can go to the MTC in Provo and then on to her mission in Romania. Her trainer is Sister Glenn and they are serving in Mariupol.

1 comment:

Supercool Hotmama said...

How exciting! Our missionary, Elder Shipp, just left the MTC today! It's so fun to read the details here!