Interviews in Chelan and Manson, Omak Zone

2017-2-15-interviews-omak-zone-1We spent the night in Wenatchee and woke to this warning at the hotel elevator.  Freezing Rain.  The Cold just keeps coming.  Here’s what our car looked like, covered in ice, when we loaded up:2017-2-15-interviews-omak-zone-22017-2-15-interviews-omak-zone-32017-2-15-interviews-omak-zone-4Scraping the windows:2017-2-15-interviews-omak-zone-5The drive to Chelan was about 30-40 minutes on slick roads.  Here’s who greeted us there:2017-2-15-interviews-omak-zone-6

Elder Shoemaker and Elder Veropalumbo, serving together 2 weeks in Chelan2017-2-15-interviews-omak-zone-7Elder Shoemaker:  I love Elder Veropalumbo sees simplicity as the key to teaching our investigators.  I love that he doesn’t worry so much and he likes trying to do his best.  I don’t have to help him have good desires.

Elder Veropalumbo:  Elder Shoemaker loves cheesecake and it makes me laugh.  His is always thinking about our investigators and I love that he is always willing to work no matter what time it is.

Elder Reusch and Elder Anderson, serving together 2 weeks in Manson2017-2-15-interviews-omak-zone-8Elder Reusch:  I love how motivated Elder Anderson is to do the work.  He knows the importance of the work and why he’s here.  I love how much fun we have while we work.

Elder Anderson:  I love Elder Reusch’s willingness to work and learn.  I love that he washes his dishes and I love that he stands up for what he believes.

Writing notes to moms:2017-2-15-interviews-omak-zone-9There is a lot of snow in Chelan right now.  It’s quite spectacular, especially around the lake.2017-2-15-interviews-omak-zone-15

About annlaemmlenlewis

I am member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and I am currently serving as a Missionary in the Washington Yakima Mission. Welcome to my personal blog, Ann's Words, and my Mission blog, Our Yakima Mission. If you are interested in family history stories and histories, you can find those posted in Ann's Stories. Thanks for looking in!
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