Sunday, October 27, 2013

El Poblanos with the Chapin Elders

The Elders we have over for dinner every other Sunday are the one who live in our area.  The Elders we go to church with, live over in Chapin.  Chapin is about 20 minutes away, so, to save time (missionaries are only allotted an hour for meals) we decided to take them to a restaurant.   The Relief Society President, Sister Monica Barnes, recommended El Poblanos, and we loved it!

When we got to the Elders' house, they were just pulling up on their bikes.  Now I know why their shoes are always dusty!  Elder Nisson and Elder Speck are great missionaries!  Elder Nisson is from Mesa, AZ and Elder Speck is a convert of two years from the Denver, CO area.  Elder Nisson reminds me a lot of my grandson, Justin, who is serving his mission in Paraguay.  It was fun to get to spend some time with the two, and get to know them a little better.  I forgot to take a picture, but we'll take them out again sometime, and get one then.

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