Elder Norton and Elder Geest in Malaga
Elder Pardo and Elder Jones in Alcazar
Elder Rodriguez and Elder Jackson in Sevilla
And this happy story comes from Elder Bird and Elder Chumbipuma--this man was less active for 15 years, has come back, received the Priesthood and baptized his wife. What a beautiful little family!
Elders Bird, Hales and Hooper back in the day...
Elders Hooper and Leon with a little Christmas cheer.
Note to Hermana Spainhower: never leave your camera unattended when Elders are around...
Here are some missionaries looking a little more dignified: Hermana and Elder Spainhower, Elders Barahona, Hafen, Geest and Norton in the Spainhower's piso. Is that carpet on the floor????
Now for a lesson in laundry. Many of you are doing your laundry for the first time. When you need to wash a sweater, it's best to look on the tag and follow the washing instructions written on the tag. If there are no instructions, wash gently (maybe by hand) in cool water, and lay it flat to dry. (If your washer has the capability, you can spin it to remove much of the water.) If the sweater is wool, DON'T PUT IN IN THE DRYER!! If you dry a wool sweater in a dryer, it will look like this:
This nice wool sweater of Elder Bird's now belongs to a little girl in Almeria. The laundry lesson here is:
when in doubt, take it out (of the dryer)
We love you Elders and Sisters. We are excited to see you this week at Zone Conference! Don't forget your "white elephant" gift, which needs to be a piso find or something you make. No spending money!! Wrap it if you can. Love, Hermana Deere