We continued interviews this morning at the Wenatchee Stake Center, with the rest of the zone. It was a great day. This is a great zone.
Hermana Shewell and Hermana Young, Sister Training Leaders, serving in the Wenatchee East Spanish area
Hermana Shewell: I wish I could speak any language. I wish I could go on a zip line in South America. I wish I could dance (I really miss it). My favorite dress is a blue wrap-around with stretchy material and 3/4 sleeves.Hermana Young: I wish I could speak all languages to communicate with everyone. I wish to have an unlimited closet full of clothes!! I wish to be able to write as fast as I think. My favorite dress is light blue with pink flowers. It has bell sleeves.
Elder Bonney and Elder Summit, serving in the Wenatchee Columbia Hills Ward
Elder Bonney: I wish to meet Bob Ross. He was a funny old hippie painter who had a TV show in the 1990s on PBS. I wish I could take a road trip to Alaska, the scenic route, and go hiking, fishing and backpacking. I wish to visit the rest of the world–Switzerland, Europe, Africa–and to learn other cultures. My favorite tie looks like it was made from a couch. It’s blue and tan striped, retro, ugly, and made of wool.These scripture notes are from my aunt:
Elder Summit: I wish that everyone would be happy! I wish that I could be good at everything, starting with music, cooking and sports. I wish to be able to go anywhere I want to go, beginning with Australia, to learn how to surf. My favorite tie is the one I have on. It’s white and pink with flowers.
Elder Beaumont and Elder Fordham, serving in Cashmere and Leavenworth, Spanish and English
Elder Beaumont: I wish for super speed, AKA Flash Powers. I wish to have the knowledge of Hugh Nibley. I wish to have my future kids be strong in the gospel. My favorite tie is floral with a teal background.
Elder Fordham: I wish for perfect memory/recall (to be able to study the scriptures from memory). I wish for patience to be able to wait when it’s time to wait and act when it’s time to act. I wish to be able to fly. My favorite tie is a black & white floral.Elder Fordham made his tracting bag out of a pant leg that tore:
Hermana Finch and Hermana Hernandez, serving in the Wenatchee Sage Castle and Rio Columbia Spanish WardHermana Finch: I wish for sunny 75 degree weather year-round (like last week!). I wish to be fluent in Spanish. I wish I knew everyone’s thoughts. My favorite dress is one I can just throw on–you don’t need to adjust anything. It’s olive green and comfy.
Hermana Hernandez: I wish I could eat for free at any restaurant anywhere, forever and all the time! I wish I could speak all the languages. I wish to have my own gym for working out. My favorite dress has pockets, of course! It’s 3/4 sleeves, comfy and has flowers on it. These are friends we are teaching:
Elder Smith and Elder Bee, serving in the Wenatchee Rocky Reach WardElder Smith: I wish for unlimited Peach Rings. I wish for more new ties (I’m already getting bored with mine). I wish not to miss home so much. I’m wearing my favorite tie. It’s a Penguin tie, plaid with white, pink and blue plaid. Here’s what I carry:
Elder Bee: I wish to never be tired. I wish to be able to travel. I wish to have constant peace all of my days. My favorite tie–how could I chose one, they are all so wonderful! I love florals best, multi-color.Elder Bee goes home next transfer. Sad.
Elder Fotheringham and Elder Moser, serving in the Wenatchee Eastmont WardElder Fotheringham: I wish for a car for proselyting. I wish for the ability to speak in any language, starting with Russian. I wish for super strength, enough to move a tree during service! My favorite tie is unique and colorful, maybe a paisley.I must have gotten so carried away looking at Family History with Elder Fotheringham while Elder Moser had his final interview, that I forgot to take a picture of his bag. . . We found a way he is related to Pres Lewis!Elder Moser: I wish for a time machine. I wish for my own private ski hill. I wish for a recording studio in my house with tons of instruments. My favorite tie has a beige background with a small dark blue checkered plaid pattern.Elder Moser also goes home next transfer.
Elder Harman and Elder Walker, serving as Zone Leaders in the Wenatchee Mission Ridge Spanish areaElder Harman: I wish to play in the NBA (Oklahoma Thunder). I wish to travel around the world whenever I want to. I wish for my own ski resort so I can snowboard for days. My favorite tie is a cream color tie with blueish purplish pinkish flowers. Elder Harman also goes home next transfer.
Elder Walker: I wish to speak every language. I wish to be a part of the Morales family. I wish to be a missionary forever (but I could still get married). My favorite tie is yellow with blue flowers.
The Spanish Ward was having an activity, playing musical chairs!
We left Wenatchee at 8:30 and were home by 10:30. Tomorrow is General Conference!!!