Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

I was up early this morning and on the road by 6:30. I had a rendezvous with the AP’s from the South in Azua. They were there with Pres. Almonte for interviews. On Sunday they were in Neyba and picked up 15 book shelves we had Hno. “Hijo” make for the mission office. The AP’s brought them to Azua where I picked them up to take back to the capital. It was a good opportunity for me to deliver mail to the Elders and Hna’s all over the South. It brought back memories of the weekend trips Hna. Johnson and I used to do because the pickup was loaded with mail, appliances and cases of Books of Mormon.

This morning my trip to the South was very different in a big way. Hna. Johnson didn’t go with me. She stayed and worked in the office. I really missed her as I drove. She helps keep me on my toes and adds an extra pair of eyes while I’m driving. In the D.R. you need all the eyes on the road you can get. I wasn’t the only one that missed Hna. Johnson. All of the Elders I visited asked how she was doing and said to “Saludar a la Hna. Johnson” (Say Hello to Hna. Johnson for me). I think the real reason they missed Hna. Johnson was that she always brings treats for the Elders and I didn’t bring any.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for post a picture of my son (Elder Bradley Thorup). I'm glad your taking good care of him.
    Sister Sandee Thorup