Thursday, March 27, 2014

Happy Birthday, Mom . . .

I was surprised by this sweet birthday wish from my dear Elder! It brought tears to my eyes . . . doesn't take much, especially when it involves my boys :). What a great opportunity we have to rub shoulders with Elder and Sister Crisp. They are great examples to us as well as to the Elders they serve, help, and take care. Along with their many other responsibilities of the islands, they always make sure the Elders are loved!

March 27, 2014 (In Chuuk)

Dear Sister McEwan,

Is it your birthday? Would that be our today, or your tomorrow?  Your elder asked if we could wish you a HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!  First elder to do that, so he thinks you are really special!

I also wanted to thank you for your service to the Chuukese missionaries in Provo. By the way, how do you make Oreos?  Sounds good!

E McEwan is doing well on Romanum.  He seems very upbeat! It is different than Mechitiw!  Some elders are fonder of this area than others.  The branch has dozens of kids running around, usually without adult supervision!  We don't choose to attend there all the time.  We can attend wherever, and we do!  Best wishes to you. Sister Crisp

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