Transfer Planning Continues

2017-6-2 Tramsfer Planning (1)We spent the day working on transfers.  It’s sad to think there are missionaries leaving us to go home, but exciting to think about all the new opportunities, areas and companions for those who will be moving this time.  Our numbers are going down a bit again.  We hope to be able to replenish all of our areas by the end of summer.2017-6-2 Tramsfer Planning (2)Took the APs to lunch for a quick break.2017-6-2 Tramsfer Planning (3)2017-6-2 Tramsfer Planning (4)While picking up some meds for a missionary, we ran into Sis Pendlebury!2017-6-2 Tramsfer Planning (5)Decided we’d better join in the Donut Day Celebration:2017-6-2 Tramsfer Planning (7)Then back at it for the rest of the afternoon.2017-6-2 Tramsfer Planning (8)2017-6-2 Tramsfer Planning (10)2017-6-2 Tramsfer Planning (11)Finally it’s feeling like everyone is in their right spot.2017-6-2 Tramsfer Planning (12)After sincere prayer, we recorded the changes to prepare the lists for the leadership calls in the morning and then the transfer call to all at the end of the day tomorrow.2017-6-2 Tramsfer Planning (24)2017-6-2 Tramsfer Planning (25)While Pres Lewis’s laptop was in use, he settled in to some excellent reading:  The White Handbook.  2017-6-2 Tramsfer Planning (27)

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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