Thursday, October 18, 2012

New Adventure

Elder Harold and Sister Dianne Smith have embarked on a new adventure.  We will be moving to Lewistown, Montana the first week of November.  Elder Smith will be the director of Recreation at the Montana State Mental Health Long term care facility there.  We are excited to serve in a new job and new area of the USA and a new ward.  Thanks to all for the love and support you gave us the last two years as we served in Jamaica.  We encourage ALL Senior Couples who can to serve a mission... nothing you can do is more important than the Lord's work on this earth.  "God be with you, until we meet again."  Elder and Sister Smith

CO trip

 Aunt Sue and Uncle John Montgomery and Anne's children Simon and Eliza
 Emily dipped plastic spoons in chocolate and then raspberry, marshmallows, and toffee bits - then you stirred your hot chocolate with the spoon and flavored it - yummy!
Christian's cousins and friends at the wonderful after baptism party at their house.

Christian's Baptism

 Parents Kurt and Emily Smith, Grandparents John and Alana Sheffield, Harold and Dianne Smith
 Proud Christian
 Clark and his friend - both with broken arms!!  delights of youth.

Every missionary LOVES baptisms - and when it is a very special person already - so great!  We went to Parker, CO for the baptism of our eight year old grandson, Christian Glenn Smith - Kurt's oldest son.  It was amazing to see their lovely home, eat their delicious food, play with the darling grandchildren and then to witness the baptism of Christian.  Loved it!  This is the last family that we hadn't seen since our return from Jamaica - so this will be the last post for this blog.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012


We got to meet Cancance and the new baby - Allie.  Allie was born August 5th, not due until Nov. 20 - she is gaining weight and doing well - Elder and Sister Whitehead, our humanitarian mission couple are the grand parents and Candance was a nurse in the Logan Hospital when our grand daughter Sadie was born.  Candance visited Lindsey and Sadie so we wanted to return the favor - beautiful Mom and Baby.

Sister Everette

After the wagon ride we played at a neat pirate ship playground and had a nice picnic lunch.

 In Raleigh, to take the airplane back to Utah we had the privilege of meeting with one of our favorite Sister Missionaries - Susan Everette - she lives in Elm City, NC - her parents are delightful and it was a fun few minutes to chat with them ... you sure learn to love the young missionaries - and the seniors also!!

Lazy 5 Ranch

 When the parents went to the coast - we took the kids to the Lazy 5 Ranch - about 2 hours away.  There you ride on wagons and have a bucket to feed the animals - they are named Lazy 5 because the animals are lazy and get free lunch!
 The bison and water buffalo just open their mouth and you put the food in.
 Cute Hardy kids - and their buckets of feed.
Luke feeding the giraffe.

More North Carolina

 Church was great on Sunday - here we are waiting for the men to come - the cute girl in purple is a Beehive Girl in Jennie's class - she picks her up and brings her to church.
All of us at the Summerfield Ward - Greensboro, NC Stake.