Tuesday, January 14, 2014

January 14, 2014

Last Saturday Miriam took Sisters Taylor and Turley to lunch with Nancy Lynch who was recently baptized.  The Sisters are serving in our Manchester Ward and they are great.  Sister Turley and Miriam are related going back a few generations.  Miriam has gotten close to Nancy and is trying to stay close to her to help her adjust to the new life as a Latter Day Saint.  Nancy works hard and has just gone through a number of surgeries that has really drained her energy. 
After lunch I picked Miriam up and took her to the chapel where she practiced the organ.  The Ward has asked Miriam to play as there are no others in the Ward that can.  Miriam does a great job and the Ward really loves her for her willingness to do it.  She works hard to improve her organ playing skills.
   The Elders below also serve in our Manchester Ward and we have gotten so close to them.  They are (left to right) Elders Rowley, Aldous, Robison and Harper.  Elder Rowley has completed his mission and goes home to California tomorrow.  Elder Aldous is new to the mission and has been out 6 weeks.  Elder Robison is from Arizona and left yesterday for Brazil.  He  has been a VISA WAITER in our mission for 8 months.  We are going to miss him, but we know he is so happy to be finally going to the mission of his calling.  Elder Harper has been in the mission for about a year.  He is from Mesa AZ and we love him dearly.

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