Sister Grigg and Sister Palmieri wanted to wash our truck - said it had been a long time since they had washed a truck and they just wanted to do it. They live behind us and are fun sisters.
Friday, March 13, 2015
One of our better cooking days. Cracked wheat bread. All made with a bowl and a spoon and lots of stirring and kneading on this table. The kitchen gives you the jimmy jams but we are cooking like it or not.
We got home in time to visit a less active family with our sister missionaries. You would not believe where this precious couple lives. You step over a board to get in to their home and then sit on the floor. They have two of the cutest little girls and this couple just smile and talk. They haven't been coming to church but I honestly think they will start coming. The sister missionaries taught them and then interpret for us.
President and Sister Tanner sharing their love for JoAnn.
They just about have the outside done. Need to put on a tin roof and they asked Norm if he would do the cement floor. Right now it is just weeds and all kinds of jumbled rock.
Norm has made a name for himself eating Halo-Halo. Elder Halladay eats Halo Halo. It has all kinds of fruit, a little ice cream, ice and I don't know what all. You stir it all together. They are big and very filling.
Norm is off to a District Presidency Meeting. He really does not enjoy these meetings. He has such a hard time understanding what is going on even though they try to speak English. They are long meetings. So I have a little time to do the blog and maybe read the R.S. lesson for tomorrow. The branch we are going to are the ones that asked me to teach on the spur of the moment and I was so unprepared. I am going to read something this time. One just never knows.