We have been here in Freetown for two weeks. Each day has been full. The president says we are only half-time workers because we only work 12 hours a day. There is lots to do.
Returning and meeting our old friends is far better than had been imagined. We were greeted with thrilled gasps and hugs by everyone. These truly are the most loving people in the world.
It's a much easier adjustment the second time around. The crowded, noisy streets, the smoky, dirty air all just make it feel like we have come home.
We feel spoiled in our new apartment with quiet generators and dependable (so far) pressurized well water.
We are loving the experience.
Friday, February 26, 2016
|Organizing everything as part of the mission re-opening process|
|Happy missionaries as we prepare to depart from the Salt Lake Airport on February 12th, 2016.|
|Here is where all the memorable missionary group pictures were taken.|
|Our dining room in the new mission home building.|
|Meeting with President Clawson and Damoa Manu (Accra Finance) in the secretary's office.|
|The new mission home.|
|President and Sister Ostler contributed this carving at the entrance to the mission home.|