We had an amazing week. We had several highlights First of all we had a new great-nephew born. Congratulations to Jessica & Steve and to proud grandparents Warren & Debbie. He is absolutely beautiful.
|Wyatt Robert Minuk|
We travelled there with our two Elders and Clara Biver from our Branch. On the way there we stopped at Terurven Park to see the spot where the lands of Belgium and Luxembourg were dedicated for missionary work. What a beautiful spot. This was the third time we had visited there as any of our regular blog readers would know. We took turns reading the dedicatory prayer that was offered by Elder Holland in 1998. We were able to soak in the beauty and the spirit that abides there. We had a late night and didn't actually get back home until midnight but man it was worth it.
|Maurene, we found a leprechaun house here in France. They must holiday over here from where you guys are in Ireland.|
|Brussels - Us with the Liege Missionaries. Elders Libby, Kendrick, Deem and Jackson in the back. Elder Jackson is 7ft 6. Elder Kendrick is the Gosling's grandson and Elder Libby - he's been out as long as we have. We love them all.|
|Tervuren Park, Brussels Belgium|
|The Royer's (Corinne, Pauline and Gilles) and Christiansens (Brendan, Margaret and David)|
We also had Emeric Biver return to Charleville for a couple of months. We are very happy to have him back here with us. He finished his job at Oxford and is on to new adventures. Awesome for us.
|Christiansen's and Biver's|
|Decided to take a picture of this awesome tower on the top of Hotel de Ville earlier this evening. Margaret suggested that it looks like a Harry Potter tower and we agree.|
|The flowers in Pépinière Park in Nancy, France are beautiful|
|More wonderful flowers.|
|The tourist train in Place Stanislas, Nancy, France|
I think you can see by all that we have done this week that we are indeed blessed in serving a mission. It is not all the time that you get to experience the things we have experienced this week. We are so lucky.
Thank you for checking us out each week. We love posting our comings and goings and keeping our friends and family up to speed.
Au revoir de la France.
Lyndi-lou and Eddie, too.