The Journey to Freedom

The Journey to Freedom

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Hot Day

Brother Cottle returned from his two week vacation.  It is good to have our leader back in the office. We had a meeting to catch up on things that needed his attention.  We met with the BYU professor today for a meeting as well.  We have the lights that didn't fit in the new lobby okayed to be returned to BYU.  I got the assessment tests out to our students that qualify to get credit.  It was a good day to catch up on emails and calls.

Elder Anthony had a young lady call for some advice about the college of engineering at BYU.  He had promised her brother that he would spend some time talking to her. I think that went well.

We came home to get laundry done and had a great visit with one of our neighbors.  She brought us Yemas from de Avila Spain. It is sometimes called the Town of Stones and Saints, and it claims that it is one of the towns with the highest number of Romanesque and Gothic churches (and bars and restaurants) per capita in Spain.  Then we get the nearly daily call that an air-conditioner is down.  At least it was a different one and it started up when Elder Anthony climbed on the roof and reset it.  The biggest blessing is that it wasn't that late only 6.  

Summer has arrived.  It was 97 today and very humid.  It isn't much fun to be out when it gets that hot.  

1 comment:

  1. I've been to Avila! I don't know if I have ever tried Yemas or not though.