We had a couple of lucky finds recently. After we left the temple one day, we saw this cafe "Taco Loco". We had to give it a try and it was pretty good. Not too much to look at but tasty. The lunch special was a burrito, soda, and ... french fries! Why not?
This little piece of Cache County found its way to my freezer!
One Saturday evening we were headed to a devotional / dinner for the temple workers. The crowds were beginning to form. It's been more like a celebration recently because the president has been impeached. Still not removed from office, but the crowds are getting smaller. But our bus never came due to the streets being closed, so we had to take a different route.
At church, we had a special Relief Society meeting last week. We had some talks and music by the members. It was focused on giving service. There were several nativity sets from all over the world. Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Germany, Hawaii, etc. Our members have traveled to and come from all over the world.
The Sonksens had another open house at their home last Sunday. Here are some of the shoes of the people that came. There were lots more shoes outside the door. Alan and I were making hot chocolate as fast as we could!
Someone gave these cakes to Sister Sonksen, so we had a treat for our staff meeting. These beautiful cakes actually tasted good too!
This past week was transfers. We picked up 11 new missionaries, all from the US this time.
Places like Kansas, Nevada, Arizona, Hawaii, New Hampshire and Utah.
And we sent 15 home! So it was a busy week.
This Saturday we had another party! The senior missionaries from both Seoul missions were invited to Elder and Sister Black's apartment. We all found our way there and had a great time together.
This "Gangham Style" dancing Santa was in my possession during the White Elephant game for a while, but he ended up going home with somebody else.
Sisters Park, Grey, Nielsen, Black, Robinson, Cannon and Anderson. Two of the couples will be returning home soon. Elder and Sister Park work with housing in the South Mission, Sister Grey works in the temple and her husband is also the mental health representative for the area. The Nielsens work in the temple. The Blacks work in the South Mission office. (Sister Black got a new hanbok dress for Christmas.) The Robinsons are public affairs missionaries for Korea. Elder and Sister Cannon are working in Military Relations plus she is our mission nurse. And we work in the Seoul Mission Office. We're a pretty diverse group.
Here are some of the goodies at the Open House. The Sonksens opened their home three Sunday nights in a row, plus a Saturday morning one. The Koreans enjoyed learning about Christmas traditions, seeing nativity sets and nutcrackers. And eating cookies!
And how do you like this amazing ginger bread house? Sister Sonksen has great skills!
Our Arizona kids were able to get together this weekend for a Christmas party. Here's our three daughters!