These cute sisters were enjoying watching Elder A work on their lights. Lots of light problems these days!
The sidewalk is not finished yet, but they did roll out something to keep us out of the dirt & mud.
Next door, they are putting up some actual trusses to make a new roof.
We spent a day with the office elders and the Dongducheon sisters getting a new apartment ready for the new couple arriving next week. They will work at the military base and take over when the (other) Andersons go home in December. The elders brought this refrigerator over from the old apartment. I cleaned it, then they came back and took it back. It turns out that it belongs to the old apartment's landlord. Well, at least we returned it clean!
We told the missionaries that some elders get to clean up after hurricanes and floods, but some get to do different kinds of service!
There is a beautiful view here. You can almost see North Korea!
Our branch had a party at the park on base.
We have a nice group of single adults too.
We went to the Seoul Stake Conference Sunday morning. Elder Yamashita of the 70 was here to dedicate the new chapel. He mentioned the faithful saints that have been the pioneers in Korea. He also told about visiting a sister recently who had lost her son and her husband to suicide. He was concerned about visiting her, thinking that she would be very depressed. But she had a happy countenance and told him that she knows that Heavenly Father loves her and she is at peace.
He told the Lambert story again (The sheepish lion). He told that story when he came to the English District Conference a few months ago. He asked us (and the children) to think about if we are children of sheep, or children of God.
These boys have some nifty Transformer toys!
This outdoor courtyard is a nice feature on the second floor. This photo was taken from the R S room. The first floor of the building is for parking.
I love these little tables in the nursery. They can be arranged as needed.
Someone has made a nice drawing of the plan of happiness here.