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... one another...I am excited about this. I love Visiting Teaching and it will be great to keep getting to know my fellow sisters in the Gospel. We went on a walk last week on the beach since the sun was out and needless to say, I was ready to turn back because of the condition of the beach! Today was rainy but about 4 pm the sun came out so Ryan and I went up on the roof and I read my scriptures and he relaxed a bit. It was very peaceful.
Today at Church this adorable ...
... have fresh dark greens here. I am growing a bunch on my kitchen counter along with cilantro and parsley. My goal is to be able to grown everything we need because although they have beautiful cucumbers, tomatoes and onions and such...they are expensive here. A small bag of lettuce bought from the vegetable lady was $7 and I am growing my own as well. It is very exciting actually to really be able to grow my own food and prepare meals because it is not just for pleasure, ...
... the day after tomorrow and head back to Washington DC for my
final tour. I’m going to finally visit the White House! Right now I’m
going to relax by the pool and take some time off from traveling.
My advice to presidents is to continue to be tough on other countries so we can continue to stay on top and not be in debt to so many countries.
... that many have had to give up education because they feel they can no longer go back or are now at a stage of their life that is not conducive to completing schooling. Liberia has somewhat of a "lost" generation and this is a challenge as a country wants to move forward with a predominantly uneducated youth. One woman I spoke to had fled to Ghana to complete her education in a refugee camp, but that was more ...
Roberts International Airport is a very simple airport with only one runway. It requires a walk through 90+ degree heat in order to get to Customs and baggage claim. Customs was pretty much non-existent apart from a quick glance at your passport. Baggage claim was quite different from what I am accustomed to at a US airport. The room is about the size of the space that two carousels would occupy in the US, bags are stacked on top of ...
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