Monday, March 15, 2010

Since we have 4 congregations meeting in our little Kingdom Hall, the English congregation is going to have their Memorial at this museum (see above)

The director of the museum is a Bible study of one of our elders and he made the arrangements for us to use the museum for free. It is right on the Jardin (town square) in center of the city and next to the principal cathedral. This should be interesting.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Yes, we're still alive and well in Mexico

Here is one of Tom's new buddies: Byron Smith (on left) who is from the far north of British Columbia. The other brother is a visitor from Iowa named Arch Sheeter. As you can see, our weather in February was sunny and warm.

We've had a busy February, including the visit from our CO and his wife, Sean and Kris Verbeek. See below. They are from Seattle/Portland respectively.

The February edition of our congregation newsletter is hot off the presses. I changed the access so I think all you have to do is click the link to read the document.*xQ

Tom and Corban were put on a bus here in Dolores heading to Houston last night (at a cost of $69 per ticket). At long last, we have our FM-3s, our new house has utilities and internet, and as soon as Tom gets back with our trailer of funiture, we are moving in! Pictures to follow in my next installment.