Wednesday, January 27, 2016

The ward FHE group has picked up now that the holidays are over.  Last week we had a really fun activity - "Us-ie" scavenger hunt in Hyde Park.  Each group had a list of places they had to find and take an Usie picture.  It was quite hilarious to follow them around that huge park.

We were so happy for the baptism of Maria who has been one of Allan's english students for several months.  She is from Spain and is a beautiful gal who is a bit older and very religious and serious about the gospel.  She will be a strong one.

We had a fun R.S. activity this month.  We had the Thai sister missionaries teach us how to make Pad Thai noodles.  It was a fun activity and the noodles were yummy.  Because we had so many missionaries completing their service and others being transferred we made Brunch for them this week.  We made scrambled eggs and 80 strawberry pancakes.  We love these missionaries.

This was a tough transfer.  We lost some of our "trainers" who were here when we began.  Goodbye to Sister Pragang, Sister Bua-in, and Elder Watson from Syracuse and Elder Brown from N.Z.  Sister Nelson also got transferred and we will miss her.

AUSTRALIA DAY - January 27
Today we celebrated with such a fun party with the ward.  Bishop Akroyd and his family really know how to throw a party.  We did Aussie trivia competition, and lots of other fun games.  They decorated so cute and prepared a yummy lunch.  There were about 60 in attendance.

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