We also have done battle with bugs this week. Earwigs, beetles, spiders, other crawly things. Guess the bugs (or is it insects?) like the heat and humidity. And obviously our apartment isn't airtight, 'cause they keep finding their way in. Even found an earwig in our bed and one in my washcloth as I was taking a shower!
We taught several lessons this past week and visited quite a few of our shut-ins and less active ward members. Wayne went home teaching several times and I went on a long visiting teaching route Friday. Today (Sunday) I picked up a handicapped investigator for church, Wayne and I taught the temple preparation class, then Wayne taught the high priests' lesson. We had the Parks over for dinner after church and worked on genealogy before taking them home. Then Wayne met his HT partner and they visited a hard-to-see single lady (inactive because her ex-husband is in our ward...). Then he drove to Moorefield to help his friend Johnny do his home teaching. This next week will also include more home and visiting teaching visits as we try to encourage members here to go out, and have offered to assist them, if needed.
Wayne had a busy day Wednesday. It was Transfer Day for our mission and two of our Petersburg
|Elders Farr, Plumb, Bell, Rodrigues|
|Good-bye to Elder Plumb and Elder Bell|
|Beautiful West Virginia back roads|
|The road gets narrower|
|Narrow, curvy, muddy, and foggy!|
|Dolly Sods area|
|Hiking trail to a beautiful viewpoint on the edge of the plateau,|
we will explore this some future day...
|I know you've heard this before, but I just love |
these little white churches in the country.
This is the Davis Baptist Church outside of Maysville.
|Way out in the country, came upon a chicken house right by the road.|