So I' running out of time so I am going to try and cover the most important parts first.
We then had to drive and go to Newport so that we could un-exchange and I could get Sister Dastrup back from Bangor.
We had dinner that night to see part member family and we shared the restoration using Apostasy cups. I will have to take a picture of it to show you what they look like.
So we ended up contacting a bunch of referrals that we got from the branch president up in the Dover area. He gave us about 20 names of people to go see. The only problem is that we have no addresses so we have been looking them up in phone books and asking people. Unfortunately our phone books only cover a certain area. :/ So we are going to members homes and using their phone books.
That night we went to a members home for dinner and they made us lobstah! It was so good! You have to cook them fresh aka while alive, and you have to steam them so they don't take very long to cook. We ate them and they are delicious. There is the liver part that is green and called the tamale or something like that. I tried it... I didn't like that part of the lobster.
Thats all for now.
Love you all!
Love always and forever,