One who is true to himself develops the attributes needed to survive errors, to keep marching on a road that seems to be without end, and to rise above disappointments and distress."
Thomas S. Monson
I recently discovered that not only am I directionally impaired, but I am sadly technology challenged as well. As a result I was unable to post on our blog recently due to a computer glitch and decided that maybe it was meant to be. (No one but me really benefited from our postings anyway.) Yet to be true to myself and to accomplish what I had originally set out to do (to share our missionary experiences with interested family and friends) I needed to rise above disappointments and distress.
November Zone Conference
It's a small world after all!
I recently discovered that Sister Renee Keller, co-coordinator for the Idaho Boise Service Missionaries, was actually a good friend of Margaret Pratt Gordon one of my best friends forever.
Zone Conference Special Olympics
Voting in Idaho
Only in Idaho
New Missionary Training Follow Up
On the road again...
Some of our frequent stops in Twin Falls include:
the old Twin Falls Mission President's home, the Twin Falls Temple,
the storage unit and a Hallmark store!!!.
Rupert, Idaho-making deliveries from home
Albion, Idaho-closing down a missionary home
From the Home Front
Celebrating Sienna Kate Hudson's 6th Birthday
The Pioneer woman brine recipe-suggested by Samantha was a huge hit!
Thanksgiving Day-a turkey craft, delicious food and a competitive round of Pictionary
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...
The Idaho Boise Mission received our first order of 25,000 additional light the world pass-along cards to share. Unfortunately the cards were not bundled so we had to separate them into equal portions of 25 to provide for all 25 Stake Presidencies in our mission who had requested them to share in their communities.
Since a new star first appeared above Bethlehem, Christmas has been a season of light, reminding us that Jesus Christ is the light of the world. Together, we can celebrate His birth by making the world a brighter place. All we have to do is follow Him—His life, His example, and His teachings. In doing so, we can help #LIGHTtheWORLD.
Wishing you a great week!