So coolest thing ever. We are going to be in a parade tomorrow!!! (: (: Isn't that soo great! We are doing a family history float. I'll be sure to take lots of pictures. (: I'm soooo excited. President Ames said, "Yes, this is a good idea, but if we are going to do this we are going to do it right. Make sure the float is classy and you throw lots of candy." (:
They are just so worried about these devoted missionaries! She had her personal interview with him this week and... well, I'll let her tell you.
Also, I had interviews with President Ames last week and he said if I need to do anything online for school I have permission to do so. Is there anything I need to take care of?
And when she expressed concerns over some eye trouble, I simply emailed Sister Ames and got this.
Thank you so much for letting me know this! She was going to get back with me after she checked with you about where she needs to go with the insurance she has (missionary medical doesn't cover dental or vision) and I haven't heard back from her but I am all over it! I'm thinking the area Dr may have told her the same thing, to note if any change but I will refer to my notes- nevertheless she will be checked out first thing Monday-
It's so wonderful to know that they love her and are concerned about her well-being just like we are. Time continues to fly by. Just a heads-up for nearby family and friends, her homecoming address will be on August 24 @ 1:00. You all know where our church is, but if you need a reminder on the address, please email me.
Thank you everyone for being so supportive of
Teach while she has served her mission! Don't worry, I will keep you updated over these next few weeks as her time winds rapidly down. August is just so close!