Monday, July 30, 2012


"used to convey an idea, a desire, information, or a command"  online dictionary

Street signs, road markers, advertisements, license plates – because we travel a great deal, we have gotten into the habit of looking for signs. We don't miss billboards along side the highways!! A companionship of missionaries has supplied us with some of these signs.

 As Representatives of Jesus Christ, we invite others to make and keep covenants.  "A covenant is a binding and solemn agreement between God and man... Keeping covenants brings blessings in this life and exaltation in the life to come."  Preach My Gospel, 63

Gratefully a large number of those the missionaries teach and who make and keep covenants are
  friends and neighbors referred to the missionaries

Keep on the Lord's side of the line!  On the "right'eous side
--President Wilkey's constant plea to the missionaries.

We're noticing lots of licenses that express the driver's desires.

A drive on New England's winding roads, you'll find every imaginable street name
.  We've had fun watching for the names of family members.There is a saying in the  Mission Home,
"We leave our families for two years so that others can be with their families for eternity."

Blain and Heidi brought their family for a glorious week.
 Jackson found his favorite sign.

  • Pickleball is a relatively new racquet sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis. The sport is played on a court with the same dimensions as a badminton court. The net is lower than most other racquet sports allowing for faster play. ...

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