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... never been a ward more welcoming than this little branch here in Monrovia. There were so many people there today. Our driver Dublin went with us for the entire time and Ryan taught Sunday School - an awesome lesson on Self reliance. He also taught last Sunday...a lesson about prophets. He is a great teacher and the class members all participate so whole-heartedly. Our Relief Society is working hard to get the Visiting Teaching organized so we can all visit each other and look ...
... their walk of faith.
Food:Ryan and I did a lot to prepare as far as food goes before we came here and we are so glad we did! I knew there would be no almond milk here and that is what we use...for Ryan's cereal, for baking, for cooking...no soy or cow's milk. I had brought a large Costco bag of almonds and made a huge batch of almond milk yesterday...it is delicious and Ryan has it now for at least 3 weeks. I brought lots of frozen bottles of kale juice because they ...
... not approve of this and gave it the name
believed that America should only associate with those of the Western
Hemisphere. He was fearful that Europe was gaining control of the United
States and this was his way of preventing it. He also enforced this
policy with other countries such as Nicaragua and Honduras. I’m going to
... school costs $75 per credit hour, which gives you a little bit of an idea of the difference in currency value between there and the US. To hear their stories was incredible. One man I spoke to was 35 and had gone back to resume schooling that had been disrupted during the war. Another girl explained that due to the war, many who had started in 2000 were unable to finish college until around 2010 or 2011. It ...
... The soldier’s automatic reaction was to fire live ammunition back. He thought that he had gotten hit by a bullet, not the tear gas can that failed to explode before. It all went downhill from there. This is allegedly how it all began . . . ?
With my sister coming to visit, we will be giving her an African name to go with mine. Her name shall be Kumba (pronounced KOO-mba). In Kissi, it means second-born girl, which she is. So the ‘Shinagle Twins,’ ...