Today was our last time to send a batch of missionaries home. This was a big group! They are known as "The Glenda Batch" named after a typhoon that came right through our mission two years ago. These elders rode in a van from the Manila MTC to our Mission Office in the middle of the typhoon. Their first night here was spent at the mission home because transfer day had been cancelled, and they had no where else to go. It was fun to have them back in our home, but very hard to say goodbye!
A handsome looking group of elders!
Today was also the last time for President and me to go into the Manila Temple. We decided to have a picture taken in front of the temple. So many memories.
Elder Flitton and Elder Ramos
Elder Lagumbay wanted a special picture with President Tye
Lunch was at Project Pie.
Elder Ramos and Elder Toledo
Making their own pizza.
This reminds me of 2 years ago when they all slept at the Mission Home during Typhoon Glenda
Heading Back To India
After six months of being our adopted elders, Elder Singh and Elder Huskey are going back to India to finish their mission. They are a part of our family now - and we will miss them! Thank you Heavenly Father for sending them to Cavite while they waited for their Visa's to clear.
Paalam - Ingot Po!