|He & his companion (Elder Rasmussen) found this in a Lego store.|
|I suppose when you spend as much time in a car as the missionaries do,|
anything catches your attention.
Of course, I can't have everything. There was no information to let me know what is going on in each of these pictures. But, using his (very short) emails - I've pieced together a little information for at least one of the photos.
|This must be one of the chapels in Bellevue.|
Even though these photos show no other missionaries - perhaps you may see something that will ring a bell from one of your letters.
|I thought this was a sweet picture of how they "decorated" for Christmas.|
|Hmmmm. Gingerbread house? Maybe made for them by Primary children?|
Before he left for the MTC, I knew he would not take the time to print photos. That's why I ordered three fairly inexpensive SD cards and sent them with him along with a few padded envelopes. This is the second one I've received in about 3-1/2 months. I guess that isn't too bad? I download them onto my computer and then send it right back, hoping I'll see it again in a few months. Now I'm wishing I had given him better instruction on how to shoot a good picture. I'm not complaining though - I'm happy to receive anything.
|Elder Petersen with (what I'm assuming?) is Mt. Rainier in the background.|
|A very unexpected baptism. Elder Petersen arrived in Bellevue on a Tuesday, |
then was asked to baptize this sister the following Saturday.
He was thrilled (and humbled) to be able to baptize the prior Elders' candidate.
I have several others of what the apartment looks like, some winter scenery in Bellevue, and how they celebrated Christmas. If anyone is interested - let me know and I'll post them also.