The Elder's were so excited to watch their movie, that they brought the television outside where we were eating under the carport. We watched "Despicable Me" and laughed a lot.
|Christmas dinner under the carport.|
|Combination Guyanese/American Menu|
|The Guyanese leave the bones in - maybe it gives more flavor.|
|Mesmerized by the movie, "Despicable Me"|
|Elder Loewen, Elder Anderson, Elder Moya, Elder Egbert, and Elder Laney playing the white elephant gift exchange game.|
Most exciting gifts; the helping hands t-shirt, ties, aprons. Least exciting was a jar of change. The largest coin they make is $10.00 which is worth a nickle.
|Starting left, Elder Stephen, Elder Hodgkinson, Elder Loewen, Elder Egbert, Elder Anderson , Elder Moya, Elder Ramdahne, Brother Mingo, Elder and Sister Surujbhan, Elder Laney, me, and in the front Elder Patetefa, and Brother Semple.|
|Christmas Day, the Elders came over to skype with their families.|
|My most vivid memory: I popped out with at least 75 chigger bites. We still had a wonderful Christmas and got to visit with most of our children.|