Monday, June 3, 2013


Hermana Snow and Sis. Davis in front of the Rexburg Temple.
Dani stayed with Sis. Davis while she was sick

Before Claudia's baptism. L to R
Hna Snow, Hna Froerer, Claudia, Leslie, Claudia's mom & dad and Hna Gorriti 

Group of Missionary Volunteers for the Sat., May 18th Marathon
Hermana's were sad that they weren't given a "Helping Hands" vest to wear
so they held up the T-Shirts they were given.
From: Danielle Snow []
Sent: Monday, May 20, 2013 3:21 PM
To: Brad Snow
Subject: Re: Visit, etc.
It was really good to see you all too! My companions I don't know, but it was a little hard for me saying goodbye, I cried on and off the rest of the night and Sat. morning until we had to help with a marathon that was going. It was cold and rainy and windy, but the upside we were able to listen to real music. haha. so it was alright. 
Saturday we did a lot of service, starting with the marathon in the morning, and as we were leaving it started to pour, so we left just in time. It was fun as we were around the elders in our zone and we were all dancing to the music.  Next we went to a recent converts house to help him with his yard, but as it was pouring we didn't get much done, until after the sports day, which is an activity that goes on every Saturday from 1 to 3 pm at the stake center, we switch off playing volleyball, soccer, and basketball, and we invite those we are teaching or have taught. So RC [recent converts], investigators or just people we visit. This Sat. we had about 20 people there including the 9 missionaries we had there. It was awesome. Afterwards we went and helped with the yard. We mowed, weed wacked and took out a couple trees. Needless to say it looks a ton better considering the grass was about 4-6 inches long. haha it was quite the job, but we were happy to finally get some service.
With Sylvia, the deaf  girl, we actually went and visited them that night, Sat. night and Sunday night. So it was cool to see her that often and really get practice in. She came to the sports day with us, which was awesome introducing her to who was there. But it was tricky at the same time, because there is a mini lesson and prayer at the beginning and at the end, so there was a lot of fingerspelling going on. haha but it was still cool having her there.

fyi, Dani's foreign language throughout High School and College was ASL. She's thrilled to be able to use it.  

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