This is one of the little families eating ice cream on the lawn.
Here is a family of some sisters who came. There is a girl in the back who had a baby on her back and hid behind the others, but wanted to be in the photo. I think she was embarrassed, but they were all so happy and sweet.
Here's a family who was sealed while they were here. Look how cute the baby is!
Here's two little entrepreneurs who go around the temple when there are groups there. They also go up and down the street where we live and by the convent/school! Good business sense!
This is part of a youth group after baptisms, checking out the little "store" of handmade items... Scripture covers, I think, across from the temple.
This is the youth leader and his son after baptisms.
This is one of the precious abuelitas... Not the oldest one who came with her relative, who helped her. She was about four feet tall.
This cute family ran over and asked if we would take their picture. They knew we were missionaries and all gave us a hug. We were practically rock stars! Bahaha!
We asked this girl if we could take her picture, and she covered her face... She was shy, but she let us take it! She was with the group from Patizia.
This is another hermana from Patizia. I talked to her in the temple and then we saw her outside, so we took her picture.
This lady volunteers or works at the temple, and she had her children with her, so we took her picture! She's really nice.
This is a district of sisters from the MTC. They said I remind them of their grandma, so they call me Hermana Aubuelita! They are shipping out on Tuesday so we won't see them again. I emailed this to all their moms, because they can't take pics at the CCM. The girl in red, her parents left at the same time as her and are serving in Africa.
These are the most amazing shoes, which a lady here custom makes by hand! I asked her how she learned to do this and she said God helps her... It is how she makes her living. I am trying to get dad to have a pair made... She makes all different styles and they have rubber on the soles. Aren't they awesome Kenzie?? Rival to Vans!
This is how Pizza Hut (and others) make their deliveries here. This is their little fleet of delivery cycles, and they have a tiny little place by the CCM!
This is Brother and Sister Olson from Rexburg, Idaho. They have 11 kids and this is their 2nd mission. They wrote to us before we came here, but they put us on opposite shifts! They are a really sweet couple.