Sunday, October 25, 2015

Kylie and Paul Jr.  at least we got the picture before he broke his collar bone and leg yesterday
Natalie and Spencer
Tommy's Family:  Brittany, Jakoby, Tommy and Timaree
Nate's Family:  Nate, Sandra, Ryker, Ashlee, and Max
C.J.'s Family:  Taylor, Dawna, Nateah, C.J., Shantel and Olivia
Krissy's Family:  Casey, Kai, Makayla, Krissy, Nathan, Kaydee, Caleb and Adyson
Angie's Family:  Sean, Tyson, Anthony, Sarah, Angie and Emily
On Labor Day weekend we had our last Family Reunion at that reunion we were able to have Timaree's baptism. At that time we were able to get family pictures, so for you who have not seen our family for a while, here they are

Steven's Family: Steven, Rylan, Amber, Kylie, Bridger and Shane
Saturday October 24, 2015 Outside Payson Temple.  
Enjoying an Ice Cream treat at the Creamery.  

Friday, October 23, 2015

A picture of senior missionaries at the MTC with us.
Picture of our District at the MTC Preach My Gospel Group.  Sister Moore our instructor in the middle.  Elder and Sister Hopkin from Mountain Green, Utah on far left called to serve in Nauvoo, Ill.  Elder and Sister Cheshire from Layton, Utah, second from left, called to serve in their own stake Layton, Utah, as Member leadership missionaries.  Elder and Sister Fuller from Moab, Utah third from the left, called to serve as Public Affair Missionaries in Caribbean Area.  Couple on the far right might be familiar to some people! We did ALOT of roll playing during the last week, it is rather interesting that you can feel the spirit so strong in role-playing; many tears were shed.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

October 21, 2015   Our first experience teaching a missionary discussion together.  We had a wonderful time, a tender moment for all of us.   We continue to make friends here at the MTC.   Always getting acquainted with someone.   It is fun to hear of others journey through life and how they decided to serve missions.  Long and exhausting days but filled with the spirit. 

Monday, October 19, 2015

We had a wonderful first day at the MTC.   Were introduced to all the Senior Missionaries.  It was interesting to hear where they were from and where they were going.  One couple had served a combined 40  years as missionaries.  We met in the same room where we said good bye to many of our children as they departed on their missions.  Many tender feelings.  Today no tears as we left the room!