Monthly Archives: April 2015

Cooking is a perk

We are almost one month on our new mission, and it has gone very fast. It is very very different than the Congo, with a lot more perks: better food, better living conditions, etc. In fact, Terri has started cooking … Continue reading

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Breakfast, Dinner, and Ice cream

This has been an interesting week. We had all the missionaries over for a Monday/prep-day breakfast. It was quite fun. Going around the circle left to right: Elder Broadbent, Sister King, Sister Guernsey, Elder Dayton, Elder Horton, Elder Pape, Elder … Continue reading

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Amara and St Martin Branch

 Here is the picture of the Phillipsburg Branch (Kevan and Terri are sitting front and center!) Left to Right: Martin Frey (owner of the Amara), Brother & Sister Thompson, Elder & Sister Clawson, local member, Elder Horton, Elder Dayton, Elder … Continue reading

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Goodbye to Amara

Terri and I went to the docks to say goodbye to the Amara. We had not seen the access bridge to the bay go up yet, so we saw both! These are some of the larger personal ships in the … Continue reading

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First week comes to an end

Our first week in St Martin has finished, and we are happy and tired (we can’t believe it’s only been a week, while at the same time, time flies when you’re having fun…). We have attended a normal sacrament meeting … Continue reading

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Changing of the Guard

Today was preparation day and the last day for the Thompsons on St Martin. We traveled with Brother Thompson to do a couple of errands in the morning, then went to lunch with them and all the missionaries for a … Continue reading

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Party Time!

St Martin 09, 10, 2015 On Thursday we spent the day inspecting the Missionary apartments. We were able to see all of them except the sisters, which is by the church, but Terri had seen that the other day. All … Continue reading

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