Sunday, December 28, 2014

Toa Baja Zone Christmas Party and Other Christmas Fun

This week seemed almost like a vacation. We worked Monday and Tuesday, and attended the Toa Baja Zone Christmas Party Monday night at the mission home. We only worked a half day on Wednesday, and spent Thursday, and Friday at the beach. We were back to work on Saturday delivering apartment supplies and checking out apartments. 

Elder Eakle and the APs had their own private dining area at the party. Elder Nadauld heads home this week. We will miss him.
The elders' table.
The sisters' table.

The elders who didn't fit at the other elders' table.

The beautiful sisters' table from the other side.
Sisterly Love
Some happy elders with full stomachs (not that they are usually starving--I just think they enjoyed a change from rice and beans).
Waiting for the Christmas program to start. The Boucher daughters sang. We even heard President Boucher on the guitar playing Silent Night.
Some more lovely hermanas. 
They love spending time together. 
Sisters in blue having a great time.
Sisters in pink are happy, too. I love the smiles of the sisters.
If it weren't such a great picture of everyone else, I would have trashed this. I stick out like a sad face in a group of happy ones. The two young girls are daughters of the counselor in the mission presidency. 
Present time!
Everyone celebrated when a gift was given!
The mission office has a multipurpose type room where we ate dinner Christmas Eve. The old men enjoyed having some fun. 
A bit too competitive, I think. 
Some serious competition here.
Our cute gifts from Kimball and Kelly.
The seniors got together for Christmas Eve dinner. Here we are again for leftovers Christmas day.

My cute new Saltwater Sandals from Kelsey and Tim. I love them!

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