Friday, March 24, 2017

Amping!

Batch
It is hard to believe that all of these missionaries are home now - well, all except Elder Mereki who had to wait until Saturday for a flight to Kiribati.  Who knows when we may meet again?

On Monday we invited Elerie and Wilma over for lunch where they tried KFC for the first time. Wilma is due any day now and we are bummed that we will just miss seeing their baby. They are such a cute couple.
They brought a gift for Elder McNett's birthday even though they were told he no longer has birthdays. There are no excuses for not exercising now.
 Monday evening was the final supper and testimony meeting at the mission home. Lets just say it was a bit emotional. On Tuesday we drove around Cebu and then met our batch at the Cebu Temple so that we could go with them to dinner at Army Navy. After dinner we took Karla and Ian to the Temple of Leah and then later that evening drove Sister Cook to the airport to catch a very early (1 AM) flight to Manila.
At the local beach.
Cebu Temple
Temple of Leah
Wednesday saw some last minute shopping and in the afternoon a tricycle ride with Elerie in Lilo-an.
Making custom bracelets.
On a tricycle.
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Elerie let Ian try out his father's motor bike. If it fit in a suit case it probably would have come home with us. We will really miss Elerie.
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One last video.
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You're welcome, Janica. Finally.


Thought for the Week

"Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened."

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