Well, before anything else, thank you all again for your thoughtful Father's Day messages -- both on the blog and via e-mail. As you know now as parents yourselves, when you're in the thick of it, it's sometimes hard to gauge how effective you are -- the proof's in the pudding, as they say, which simply takes time. But as we've seen how each of you have turned out, we feel like we actually had a pretty small part in it -- we really had good "raw material" to work with, which made it easy (but still a lot of work). So thank you each for being the kind of person you are -- we couldn't be prouder of our family. By the way, a special congratulations to Marschell for finishing her Associates Degree -- on the next phase now!!
So now for some mission news. It's official -- we're scheduled to be transferred the 8th of July to a city called Goya in Corrientes Province. Supposed to be a very nice place, but struggling as far as church strength is concerned, but that's why we're here, right? Looking forward to a change of scenery and fresh challenges.
Now how 'bout some photos.
Mom in her kitchen making cupcakes for the missionaries -- she takes pretty good care of them.
Watching General Conference with Sister Sweet, our adopted sister missionary. She's gone home now, but what a character.
Spencer sent me a link to an add featuring the re-introduced Stingray, so I went out and bought one -- the Argentine model above. (ha) Might have to at least test-drive the real thing when we get home (and blow through our retirement, right Garlan?)
Well, that's about it for now. We'll down load and post some more soon. Sure do love you all and miss you lots. The pics and videos of the kidlettes are precious -- thank you!!
Dad & Mom