Sunday, July 27, 2014

Florida Fort Lauderdale Mission--Nurse Training

After going to the temple Friday morning, July 25th, Elder Bean and I made a quick trip to Fort Lauderdale. It took us about 2-1/2 hours one way on Florida's turnpike (the turnpike fees for were $24.00 round trip). Pictured is Elder Bean doing mission medical training for Sister Martin (seated). Sister Sommerfeldt, who also helped with the training, will be going home to Canada in a few weeks. She and her husband have served faithfully for nearly 3 years--total--as FFLM nurse and helping with the missionary apartments and cars--wow, busy. We went out with them to a Jewish restaurant for dinner--I loved the cabbage soup and home made breads. They said there has been a bed bug problem in missionary apartments and good to know, steam kills them the very best--non-toxic and effective. After dinner we drove home--about 7 hours in the car today.
 This is our first time to leave the Orlando Mission since we arrived a month ago.

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