Puerto Rico San Juan

On September 14, 2013 I received my call to serve as a Mission Nurse Specialist in the Puerto Rico San Juan Mission for a period of 18 months. I am always up for a new adventure and look forward to sharing my journey with you.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Happy Independence Day ALREADY!

It is hard to believe that 1/3 of my mission will be completed already on 7/13!  The past week was busy.  Sheri arrived on Saturday PM and spoke at our Sacrament meeting on Sunday.  Then we were invited to dinner at the Mission Home.  President Zwick was visiting Dominica, but arrived home in time for the Sisters Conference on Monday, the 23rd.  Sister Zwick served lunch to 65 very noisy Sisters at the Mission Home following the conference.  Getting to know Sister Dew was a real treat!  I caught up with missionary visits the rest of the week and our new president (President and Sister Boucher) arrived late Friday PM.  A few of us met with them on Saturday afternoon as we bid a sad farewell to the Zwicks.  They were wonderful - accomplished an amazing feat in their short two month here.  Our lives have been truly touched by their love and service.

Not much more news, but more photos!  Take care and stay cool!

The Firestation in Ponce is the oldest in Puerto Rico.  There are many Lions in the parque as well - painted in many different styles.  The Flamboyant Trees dot the whole island with beautiful red/orange follage.

Sisters Dew/Zwick working on Sunday Dinner

Senior Missionaries/Sisters Dew and Zwick

Lion in the park in Ponce


Flamboyant Tree along Hwy 52 South of Caguas

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