I stopped eating after I cut myself trying to crack it open. it really wasn't bad, Scott says it tasted a lot like lobster, he had to eat most of them because I gave up, but it was fun! (fun is all relative!)
Friday night we went out to dinner with the Walkers and then had them come up and play Yatzee, Sister Walker beat us all 2 times in a row but the fun thing was watching Scott program the computer so we wouldn't have to keep our own scores. I know, that doesn't seem like a missionary thing to do, but we assure the young missionaries, our rules are different than yours!!! I guess it pays to be old once in awhile.
5 of our best Spanish Sister missionaries went home this past week, I loved them all, it will be fun to see them some day in the future at missioary reunions. left to right: Sister Wardle from Roy, Ut, Sister Taets from Phoenix, AZ, sister Maylett from VA, me, Sister Christensen from UT I think, and Sister Naufahu-Talikai from CA. Unfortuantely we only got in one Spanish Sister this transfer so it makes for interesting transfers. In May we get 5 in though! Plus some English and Spanish Elders. I think doing transfers is a lot like rearranging visiting teaching, it just causes this huge domino affect.
That's a lot of missionaries leaving! the next 3 transfers more than that leave each time. It's amazing that we've only been here 8 months and we just have such tender feelings for all of these people. One of the fruits of missionary work is feeling an outpouring of love for those you work with, members, investigators and missionaries. I AM SO THANKFUL to be doing what I'm doing right now and having the experiences I'm having, it's truly a blessing.
you know those in front, except Sister Thomas, back row is Elder Thomas, Elder Lemmon, Sister and President Hansen, Elder Stone, Nielsen, Anderson and Barlow.