|Happy Birthday, Eliza! I hope you heard us singing.|
|Washing up after a day at the market.|
|Mother's Day lunch with the Haslers.|
|Yummy chocolate dessert to share|
Awhile back things were getting out of hand here on the holidays - BBQ's after church and things like that. One of the Area Authorities came and told them that they shouldn't come to church to celebrate a holiday but to worship our Savior and take the Sacrament. So even on Christmas and Easter the holiday isn't mentioned. I was wondering how Mother's Day would be here, because all latin countries go all out for Mother's Day. Sure enough nothing was mentioned during all 3 meetings. Then after Relief Society someone came into our classroom and asked us to go to the Chapel/Cultural Hall. I was so surprised to see all the men standing in the front with their hymn books ready to sing "Love at Home" a capella to us. It was so sweet. Then the children came. Most were not at the Ward they were out visiting their Grandmothers, so we had about 7 beautiful little girls sing to us. Then they went out of the room and came back with these adorable hand-made egg holders for us. The men and children then wheeled in a cart with cake and soda pop and served all of us. No napkins or forks or paper plates, but a piece of the cake box and a beautiful decorated piece of cake that we ate with our fingers.
|My cute Mother's day gifts, notice the flowers are no longer droopy|
|An appointment in this woman's store.|
|His sticker says Smile.|