Monthly Archives: September 2014

Homecoming talks

Last sunday we gave homecoming talks in our ward. Not sure how well it went…really didn’t have much time to even tell a good story! But we were able to see a few people who traveled to come see our … Continue reading

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Adjusting

Who knew it would be so difficult to adjust to normal life? I remember how hard it was coming home from my first full-time mission to Pensylvania, but I thought (being older and wiser) the adjustment would be easier now… … Continue reading

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Home again, home again

We are finally home again after an arduous trip of over 35 hours!       Just had to show a couple of more Congo trucks as we close out our blog! This is our last group photo of the office staff … Continue reading

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The Last Day

The Last Day September 16, 2014 Well, today is our last day in the mission field. We leave in about an hour for the airport. It is very surreal… so many mixed emotions about the day. Last night we went … Continue reading

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The Last Days

Saturday we made two airport runs: the first to pick-up the last of the transfer stragglers from Buruni, and the second to pick-up the Mikesells who will be taking over from Terri. We brought them back to the mission home … Continue reading

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Farewell Party

Last night the mission held a farewell party for Terri and I (combined with birthdays celebrations for Justin’s wife and Emanuel’s wife) at Latte-licious (a great restaurant just around the corner from the mission home. It was the perfect place … Continue reading

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Biding our time

As Terri and I prepare to go home we are keeping busy with this last transfers (which we hope will finally be ending on Saturday!). I spent an afternoon showing the Drapers how to get to apartments, especially Lubumbashi and … Continue reading

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