Even though we love serving a mission, these are the days that we wish we could be home for just a week or two. Isn't she precious! She is just a doll and she has two big brothers who are going to take such good care of her. Our littlest Webster girl weighed 6lb 10 oz, and is 20 1/2 inches long. She doesn't know her first name yet, she is waiting for her Dad to arrive from China tomorrow. She was born on my Grandma Lucy's birthday, maybe she was able to escort her as she joined her family here on earth. We thank Father in Heaven for her safe arrival and her mothers health. We love them both.
Family Home Evening was great! Jasmine and David came for dinner and we had a surprise guest, Arthur. He stopped by to say hello and stayed for dinner, I was quite honored in that he liked the meal I prepared. Arthur owns a fish shop here that is very popular for it's sandwiches. After dinner we spent some time helping David and Jasmine learn a bit about New Family Search. As we walked them out to the car, Jasmine wanted a picture of the Cruise ships. It's a bit blurry, but still enchanting. What a nice night, we love David and Jasmine.
Saturday we drove to St Georges to find Ron, a member who just moved to Bermuda. As we headed home after our search we were surprised to see our friend Latricia. Our attention was captured from across the street as a group was waving through a window of a small diner, it was five other members of our branch. It was fun just bumping into each other, these are a few of our favorite people. (If you look close you will see another Waldo = > )