Our new JAS convert moved to Venezuela. We just had one of the girls get married in the temple, which is wonderful. One of the guys has his mission papers in and one of the girls will be going to the language school in Provo this fall, and one moved today to La Laguna to be closer to the university. That leaves us with one active JAS and she goes to school in La Laguna also and that is exactly where we will be moving. We hope she will be able to join our new group. There is a JAS group there without senior missionaries. The mission President wants us to move and work with them. We were able to get out of our apartment lease and have rented another one there. It is an hour away and we go there once a week for District meeting now. We actually hope to come back to Los Cristianos once a month to continue with our group until they all leave.
This week we met to swim in our pool, eat, write letters to the two missionaries from our branch and meet the new sister missionaries assigned to our branch who arrived this week. We will be sad to leave them as there are no sisters where we are going.
|Mike and I haven't had much time to enjoy the pool but we are glad that the JAS can.|
|This is our Jas group and the RS counselor writing a letter to the 2 Los Cristianos missionaries.|
|Elder Malan and Elder McKeighan taking a break on the back patio. It looks like Elder Malan is working in his break.|