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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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Missionaries Arriving in September 2009

Here they are! Five Elders and One Sister!!!
Elder Barton has lived in Kenya, Bolivia, Nepal, Peru and Egypt! He enjoys tennis, ultimate frisbee, and is an Eagle Scout. He speaks Spanish fluently and he completed a Duty to God project at a Leper Colony in Egypt. We are glad he is here with us now.
Elder Belyeu is from Alabama but worked for a year in Texas before coming on a mission. He enjoys fencing, automotive maintenance and is an Eagle Scout. He recently served as a Branch Mission Leader and Assistant Clerk. We are happy he is in our mission.
Elder Ryser is from Sandy Utah. He is an Eagle Scout and is certified in CPR and First Aid. He enjoys sports, snowboarding, wakebarding, music and friends. He worked as a life guard for 3 years. We are certainly glad he is in our mission and grateful for his CPR and first aid skills!
Elder Lott is from South Carolina. He enjoys cross country, track, scouting, computers and friends. He participated in the Student advisory council, Beta Club, National Honors Society and Student Ambassador. He worked at for 2 years and Coldstone Creamery for 2 years. Welcome to the mission. We are glad to have you here with us.
Elder Beck is from Oregon. He is an Eagle Scout and enjoys cross country, track, choir, work, reading and snow boarding. He worked in various Priesthood callings in his ward and worked on a farm. We are so grateful to have him in our mission.
Sister Burke is from Georgia. She was a part of the Marching Band, Color Guard, National Latin Honors Society in High School. She also enjoyed playing the clarinet, reading, writin, cooking and being in Young Woman's. She recently served as a Relief Society President in her student ward and worked as a resident assistant for 2 semesters. We are always so grateful to have Sisters serve with us in the mission.

Yummmmmy Breakfast!!!!!
Goooooood food!!!
The assistants, office Elders and our new Missionaries enjoying breakfast together!
We are always happy to eat!
Soooooooooooo Glad to be here!

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