We asked the locals where to have lunch and they said go to Buddy's Crabs & Ribs.. we were not disappointed. The food was delicious.. I was not told to bring my drivers license so we couldn't get into the US Naval Academy.. Next time.. It was a beautiful day and I loved it and want to go back again.
Tuesday was filled with visits to some of our favorite sisters. Six in total.. Each one was a special visit and so meaningful. That evening we were invited to Ann & Craig Schmoldtz home for dinner to meet her sister Susan and her family in from
Wednesday we spent the entire day at the
Friday, Saturday & Sunday we concentrated on visiting the sisters, since starting next week we will be at the visitors center every day until Jan. 2nd. So in total we called on 23.. Had some wonderful visits with old friends and met some new sisters. We visited with Naomi who just had a beautiful baby girl, named Olivia. We were treated to a couple of marvelous piano songs by Linda. My heart was so touched with the beautiful music she played, it took my breath away with her talent. I just love the sisters that we visit and they are each so special in their own way.
Baby Olivia with our relief society president Rose
Linda playing beautiful music
We have our tree up and the Sieg's (another senior missionary couple0 brought us each a poinsettia so we are all decorated for Christmas.
I have been thinking all week how thankful I am for each of you and your kind words of support. Have a wonderful week..