Friday, September 20, 2013


We met at the Pilkington's home with all the couple missionaries in our mission. It was the first time we had ever been together. President talked and gave us good advice. We sure love him and Sister Pilkington and had a great time getting to know them. He told us what he expected out of us and we talked about our concerns. We are to build the missionaries and members in our area. I like the way he thinks. Sister Pilkington feed us a great English meal and we sang "Happy Birthday."
Someone had a birthday.  
Someone got a package from their favorite missionary.  
Someone got a T-shirt from the Junction in St. George
Photo of the missionaries: Left to Right Wilson's, Wilson's, Johansson's, Gibb's, Gebhardt's, Jeppsen's, Pilkington's, Brinkerhoff's and Allen's
 Visiting Harewood House
Love visiting with each other.

They say Prince Charles what here two weeks ago. Sorry he missed us.

 Dressing up English style.
Afterward Elder Allen and I went with the Wilson's to St. James Woodside Cemetery in Horsforth to get photo's of headstones.

This is the very door my great-grandmother went through when she went to church. So lucky to be here.

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