Breakfast and New Missionaries

2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (2)While waiting for breakfast at 8:00 the missionaries finished their letters home and arrival questionnaires.  Bacon was sizzling in the kitchen and Pres Lewis was at the waffle makers.  2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (1)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (3)The Sisters discovered my African bracelets.2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (7)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (8)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (15)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (14)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (11)We served our favorite Santa Fe Egg Casserole topped with salsa and sour cream, waffles and homemade cinnamon cream syrup, bacon and lots of fresh fruit.  We also had milk, OJ and fresh pressed apple juice.2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (12)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (13)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (16)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (17)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (19)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (20)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (21)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (22)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (23)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (24)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (26)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (28)While the missionaries ate, we kept the laundry moving and the APs started organizing the luggage, loading it into the mission vehicles.2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (31)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (33)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (35)2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (36)Then the APs joined us.2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (37)This is the beginning of a beautiful day in Yakima.2017-7-19 Orientation, Transfers (38)

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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