Monday, August 29, 2011
Sunday, August 28, 2011
Friday, August 26, 2011
Monday, August 22, 2011
Sunday, August 21, 2011
This is a picture of the new Sierra Leone Freetown District Presidency. They drove to the water taxi at Government Wharf to say goodbye to Elder Sitati. We had to leave immediately after the closing prayer to get him to the water taxi on time and there was no opportunity for pictures at the conference venue. Elder Sitati was actually taking a picture of them and so I got one too. Pres' Swaray, Turay and Yoripoi
Sunday, August 14, 2011
There is not a lot of traffic on Sundays, so after Church today we decided to take a little drive down to Lumley Beach. We drove by some little wood carving shops that I want to go back to on a Monday sometime, if I can talk Elder P. into it! We stopped for a while on the beach and walked along the sand. It had been raining hard during church but it was only a little sprinkle while we were walking and driving. Not long after we got back to the apartment, another torrential downpour came again. It was so peaceful at the ocean -- just the sound of the surf :) .
Saturday, August 6, 2011
WHAT'S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE? As we were driving up the hill one evening to return to the mission home, we see this car coming down the hill. Ok, are my eyes playing tricks on me or is that car coming down backwards?? Yup, backed all the way down and past us. Still can't figure out why!
this is Andy Smith - he is a return missionary and works with the ERC at the District. He also helps sometimes us with our internet problems at the mission home. So this night he came up to see why we have no connection, and we gave him some chips and salsa. He liked it quite a bit - although it could have been a little more spicier for him.
The "Fab 5" (Elders Hilton, Smoot, Massey, Laneri and Hickey) in the suits that they haven't worn since they arrived in Freetown 2 years ago!! We will miss these outstanding missionaries - they represent great leadership in the mission (as Zone Leaders, Assistants. They will be a great asset to their wards at home or at school.