|(r-l) Elder/Sister Jackson, Marcia, Sister Taylor, Sister Fleming, Elder Armstrong|
|(r-l)E/S Jacksons, Me, Marcia, Sis. Taylor, Sis. Fleming, E/S Armstrong|
|Public Affairs Missionary Elder Dupaix|
|PEF Missionary Elder Bell|
The day after our meal with the President and Sister Taylor we had a Thanksgiving meal at the Quezon City Mission home hosted by President and Sister DeLaMare. All the seniors in the mission showed up, with the exception of the missionaries on Mindoro island. Fun was had by all.
|Humanitarian Missionary Sister Hardick and Marcia|
The picture on the right is of two Canadians. Perhaps that might explain Elder Jensen (Member Leadership Support Missionary) on the right. Elder Hardick (Country Director Humanitarian Affairs) didn't know how much he was cared for!
|Sister Hadlock with resident|
These next few pictures are from a visit to Hospicio de San Jose. It is located on a small island in the middle of the Pasig river in Manila. It cares for abandoned children, seniors, and AIDS patients. It is supported by Catholic Charities. We were their inspecting wheelchairs with Elder and Sister Hadlock who are the country's wheelchair specialists.
|Department Mgr. Gilda with an Angel's Trumpet|
The remaining pictures are from a planning meeting that we had in the beginning of December. We traveled to the province of Bataan. It was my chance to show Marcia Subic Bay as well. When I was in the navy that was the port that my surgical team (Surgical Cadre 13), it was similar to a MASH unit, was sent to pick up our ship, the USS Bellawood.
|"You talkin' to me?"|
This fella was with a group of like minded monkeys looking for a handout on the side of the road as we were around Subic Bay.
|"You Talkin' to me?"(2)|
|"Seriously, you talkin' to me?"|
|There was a cage between us|
|"You talkin' to me?"(3)|
|Marcia sharing the Gospel|
|Marcia and Montessori Kids|
|Up close and feeding a tiger|
|Canines on a feline|