Six Sisters left for home this evening.
Their last 24 hours were full of fun, song, tears, testimonies and love.
Monday, February 22, 2016
Their last 24 hours in the Trujillo Peru Mission
Sister Smith, Sister Villa, Sister Rochelle and Sister Roach getting ready for Family Home Evening.
President and Sister Marler sang a medley of children's songs, a family tradition.
Brother and Sister Richins came to pick up their daughter.
Sister Smith and her brother, Lathan sang, "Love One Another"
"Abide with Me" was the beautiful number by our 6 sisters.
Hermana Rochette, Hermana Villa, Hermana Roach, Hermana Richins, Hermana Rodriguez, and Hermana Smith.
All ready for the slide show, you can view it on the February 21 blog entry,
The Smith Family spent time proselyting and visiting members, they had a wonderful time.
Hermana Roach, Hermana Villa and Hermana Richins.
Hermana Rodriguez, Hermana Rochette and Hermana Villa.
Ice cream for the Smith family.
A few pictures before entering the airport.
Smiles, Teddy Bears and friends.
Saying good-bye at the airport is such a lovely tradition.
One I may have to start when I get home. The missionaries feel the love of those they have grown close to over their mission.
The Davila Family out to say good-bye to Sister Roach.
Sister Roach will fly to the Miami airport tonight where she will reunite with her twin sister,
who has been serving a mission in Ecuador.
Tomorrow they will greet their parents, hand in hand.
Sister Rochette is one of our angels from the Chiclayo Mission.
One last phone call.
Good-bye, we love you, embrace the first day of the rest of your life.