Interviews in Selah with some of the Selah Zone

2017-3-1-interviews-selah-7This morning we met in the Selah Stake Center with part of the Selah Zone.  Here’s how our day looked:2017-3-1-interviews-selah-6

Elder Carroll and Elder Hansen, Selah Zone Leaders, serving together 11 weeks in the Selah 1st Ward2017-3-1-interviews-selah-1Elder Carroll:  3 things I love best about Elder Hansen:  his ways of thinking outside the box, his ability to always choose righteously, and his expert level of sport play.

Elder Hansen:  I love that Elder Carroll works real hard like.  He makes up his mind real fast.  He knows lots about cars.

Sister Boehmer and Sister Trump, serving together 2 weeks in the Selah 2nd Ward2017-3-1-interviews-selah-8Sister Boehmer:  Sister Trump knows who she is and what she wants to do.  I love her strong faith and testimony.  She has genuine love for me and everyone around.

Sister Trump:  I love Sister Boehmer’s spunky personality, her love for food and her British accent!

Elder Tietjen and Elder Folkman, serving together 4 weeks in the Naches Ward2017-3-1-interviews-selah-14Elder Tietjen:  Elder Folkman is down to earh and a super REAL person.  He’s super motivating to do things that help us work hard and be healthy.  He understands people, especially me.

Elder Folkman:  I’m happy Elder Tietjen likes to work outQ  We both love music and he invites the Spirit.

Sister Don and Sister Adamson, serving together 2 weeks in the Terrace Heights Ward2017-3-1-interviews-selah-17Sister Don:  Sister Adamson is hilarious without meaning to be.  We can mess with each other and know we still love each other.  She wants to work hard!

Sister Adamson:  Sister Don is kind, she’s funny and she is willing to work hard.


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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