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Monday, December 22, 2008

Christmas Football

The couples and elders around the mission are organizing a variety of Christmas activities. President Robison emphasized making it a special time focused on service. Of course, the highlight for every missionary will be his phone call home. They also get to watch one (approved) movie on Christmas day.

We are home in Trinidad for the holidays (family visiting) so we get to take part in the fun here. Today the zones challenged each other to a big football (soccer) match. I had my son's nice camera to catch the wild action

Elder Fox


Elders Cotton and Guy


Elder Cotton's feet?


Elder Guy taking out Elder Williamson - or is it the other way around?


They got plenty muddy - we've had loads of rain here


Elder Fox


They even recruited professional cheerleaders

Granddaughter Sylie


Sister Collins and Sister Meyers


FUN was had by all!

The Greens


British Elder Guy


Elder Hickenlooper


Elder Holmstead


Elder Palmer


Elder White (are those pi and infinity symbols on his face?)


Elder Barnes


Elder McDaniel and Endemann


The visiting Robison boys
















So - this is what Christmas looks like in Trinidad - a bit different from the snowstorm I hear they are having right now in Utah, eh?

2 comments:

kellie_dayton said...

You good people are all amazing! What great memories these elders will have! Thanks for all you do!
Sister Dayton

Dave and Tauna said...

How fun! Merry Christmas. We are so happy you get to spend time with your family.