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Friday, August 29, 2008

That's a Crocodile!

I have a wonderful friend named Ruth who lives in Toronto, Canada. She just sent me this email and pictures:

Looks like a giant croc made its way to Canada! Probably hid in the trunk of a snowbird in the spring and got loose in the area. We had the missionaries try to capture it, instead they taught him the gospel and he will now be attending Hamilton 3rd Ward. They will most probably call him as the ward mission leader whereby he will be in charge of teaching....are you ready... The 'gators!!!




I just have one thing to say:


Those are NOT missionaries with a crocodile...


THESE are missionaries with a crocodile!









We do it right in the West Indies!


Don't worry Moms - I think all of the crocodiles (actually caymans) are way past the ability to do any harm.

And the Elders were not the ones who trapped the Caymens - they just like to hold them and act brave.

This little guy (the lizard, not the missionary), looks a bit safer

3 comments:

dozer loader said...

very nice! hahahahaha

Ruth Jarvis said...

I forgot to mention that not only is the croc plastic, so are the missionaries pictured. I know, I know, they look so life-like. But after I told Diane that we were having the missionaries over for dinner and she said that we should serve them steak, I realized I could save a lot of money if we hosted "pretend" missionaries instead. So we bought some plastic ones. These ones came complete with name tags, which costs a little more, but then saved money because they didn't eat.
RE

Ruth Jarvis said...

btw, we did indeed eat steak that night. And not plastic steak. The real kind.