Saturday, November 30, 2013

This morning, we headed up to post to visit with a few of our servicemen and women. Over the past few weeks we have visited each of them, so we wanted to go visit those who we felt could use an extra boost of fellowship. We were also giving them copies of the memorandum for next week's temple trip. We decided to move the temple trip to the first Saturday this month since most of the students will be attending their preholiday safety briefings on the second Saturday or Sunday. We will have to move a little quicker this month to get everything arranged.

This afternoon we attended the Nutcracker. The Mitton family has had children dancing in the ballet over the past 12 years or so. Their youngest son, Parker, who is 14 years old, has been dancing in it as well. So we attended to support him and also to have a nice afternoon out together.
 Us with Parker after the show, still in his makeup
Lorraine and Parker
This evening, we, the Esteps and us took Paul Miller out for dinner at Sticky Fingers. He has been with us in our branch off and on for over a year. He has been going through Warrant Officer Training and will soon graduate. He was here last fall for about 6 months; then he went home for the spring and summer and came back this past fall to finish the course. It is around a year long. So rather than moving his family out and doing it all at once, he decided to do it in chunks. So he will graduate this week. We will miss him. He has supported our activities as often as able. 
Paul is front right, with the Esteps on the left

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