“When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, 'I used everything you gave me.”This week, I "feel all used up"; I am not ready to meet my maker yet, but am ready for the sabbath and some recharging. We have had another busy week, several late nights, but oh, it is so worth it!!!!
We have our regular work as well as lots of fun other things to do. We love it and do feel useful!
Monday I donated blood, I try to do that every 8 weeks as I have B neg blood type and they like to receive have my type. After that we did some errands for Elder McOmber. There was a 91 year old sister that passed and the family wanted to give furniture to the mission. Sister Luft and Kings told us about this in the late afternoon. She had some very nice stuff that we could use. We made two trips picking up stuff in the mission pickup.
|Elder McOmber washing my car.|
|These are the sisters we took to the Temple.|
|Just a few of our wonderful missionaries in the best Mission of the whole world.|
Wednesday and Friday , we took Sister Puttapong to the Thai Consulate to renew her passport. Her mission is in Temple Square, but she came to us to do her 2 transfers in the field. She is a delight. It is wonderful finding out about all the different places our wonderful missionaries are from. She said LA reminds her of Bangkok, but she is from a small town outside of Bangkok.
|The Thai Consulate is in LA so we drove in wonderful LA traffic-sometimes it took us 45 minutes, other times it took us 90 minutes to get there or back.|
|Paramount Studios was right on the street going to the consulate. We never saw any movie stars.|
|Sister Youngberg from ID and Sister Jessop from Samoa|
|Elder Ball and Elder Eto from Japan, they are teaching two Japanese people.|
|Make our choices wisely!|