Lunch and Transfer Planning

2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (14)Here’s what happens when you eat lunch with a Texan!2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (15)2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (16)2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (17)2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (18)After lunch, we went to work.  Pres Lewis keeps the APs in suspense before opening the board to reveal the changes we’ve made before they got here.2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (19)2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (20)We spent many long hours pouring over possibilities for the upcoming transfer.  Sorry, you can’t see the board yet!2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (21)2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (22)2017-7-12 Garage, Transfer Planning (23)Today I asked the APs what 3 things they love best about living in the WYM.  Here are their responses:

Elder King:  The people and their passions.  They love things like tractors, Sea Hawkes, fruit, food, manure and gardening.  I love the beauty, diversity and the openness of the land.  I love the members of the church here.  They like being friends with the missionaries.  We get great life advice from wise people.  I love getting to know them.

Elder Moser:  I love the people and how different they are in different parts of the mission.  Learning from them is fun!  I love the diverse geography.  I especially love the hidden gems like Coulee Dam and Hood River and how they are unexpectedly beautiful.  I love how the summers are long and beautiful, especially the nights.

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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