Naga First Ward working on the banner.
|We received a certificate for speaking; Pres. Gamil, Sis. Agwin, Stake RS Pres, Sis. Baker and me|
|A tricie squeezing in where there is no room while we were stopped for road construction. Note the driver and the three people on behind him.|
|A new Catholic Church just out side Pili. When we came it had no doors or windows but they were using it. They are finally getting it completed.|
St Gregoria Cathedral in Legazpi. It looks very old and is right in the center of town.
|We are watching this banana blossom. It hangs over the fence at the Legazpi Stake Center. The banana tree has an interesting blossom. We have to check it out every time we are there.|
|I really like the red color of this foliage of this plant. It is used to like a ground cover. This are taken at the Legazpi Stake Center. The one below is just an interesting palm tree.|
|Tis the Season of the Broom. This past week there are brooms for sale all along the road.|
|Larry's birthday lunch with homemade flour tortillas and all the fixings for tacos. Birthday cake and ice cream for desert. It was all very good.|
|The birthday boy - sure doesn't look 72|
This picture didn't come out too good. This is Pres. Pangan of the Legazpi Stake with Elder and Sister Howell. The Howell's are PEF missionaries and are visiting the Naga Mission locating students who have PEf loans. They have been giving Firesides to the youth and parents to educate them about the PEF program. We have seen them quite a bit as the ERC works with the PEF.They are in the San Pablo mission but our mission is blessed that they are able to share their knowledge with the members of the Naga Mission.
We did not go to church today. I think that it is the first Sunday that we have missed. Something Larry ate did not agree with him and he has been keeping the bathroom busy. So we watched morning and afternoon sessions of General Conference via the internet. We enjoyed the talks. We will go to church next Sat and Sunday and hear them again. They are worth repeating. April looks like it will be a busy month too. We will start off with Career Workshops with missionaries on April 2-3.