Sunday, January 29, 2017

Frozen Fog * Nachos * La Esperanza Stake Conference


Brady sent this picture of the frozen fog on the trees.  I love the trees when they look like this. 

Saturday morning we opened the temple at 6:45.  It was fun to see the Saturday morning temple workers.  None of the temple missionaries work the Saturday morning shift.  We go early to open the temple up, then at 8:30 am we go home and have the morning to ourselves.  We go back at about 1:30 pm for the afternoon shift.  

The temple missionaries have also been helping Saturday mornings with the laundry from the Alberge. There get to be a lot of sheets and towels when a lot of people stay here.  We iron the flat sheets and pillow cases and we fold the towels.  Saturday was my turn so I did that from 10:00 am until about 11:00 am.  

Saturday afternoon when we went to eat lunch in at the comedor, the line was very long, so we walked to Chili's for lunch.  I had the Saturday special, Grilled Chicken Salad and Wayne had Nachos.  It was nice.

Wayne loves Nachos and has wanted some for a year and a half.  They were good!

La Esperanza Stake Conference

This morning we went to the La Esperanza Stake Conference with President and Sister Casos.  It was a wonderful meeting!  There were a lot of people we see in the temple and a lot of temple workers in this stake.  It is always so fun to see them.  We are always received with hugs and warm greeting.

The members

President and Sister Casos with president and Sister Marble
Sister Leon is there in the middle.

Brother Ponciano led the choir and they were great.

President Bravo, the Stake president, not a very good picture either

Sister Carre with her daughters.  Her oldest daughter Ashley is on a mission

These pictures I took on the way home from the conference.

We see these snow cone places wherever we go.  Inside the rainbow colored cooler they have ground up ice.  They put it in a cup like a snow cone and put fruit flavoring over the top of it.  they look refreshing, but we've never tired one.

Another Sunday finished.  Tomorrow starts a new week! 
 According to Wayne we only have 23 left.
Oh MY!

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