Johannesburg Temple

Johannesburg Temple
Johannesburg Temple

Monday, April 7, 2014


Hey everybody.  Another great week here in the North-east.  I hope you enjoyed the pictures from last week and aren't too jealous.  I will try my best to bring a baby Lion home!

This week we had an Easter Braai in Matupa, so we spent a lot of time getting ready for that.  It went very well and we had lots of fun.  The senior couples are tired of chicken and pap, so we had hot dogs, beans and macaroni salad.  The Africans did not like it too much, but they ate it, of course, and took some home.  If it is edible, they will eat it.  Well I guess they will eat it even if it isn't edible, but that is besides the point.  We also had games for the kids to play.  We made a huge dart board and tied balloons to it and they threw darts at it.  It was a lot of fun.  I ran the dart board game and had a lot of fun.  There were other games like croquet going on, but everybody wanted to play darts.  They have never seen games like this before.  It was a very joyful experience and we get to do it again this week in Modjadji.

In other news we have three people on date to be baptised this month.  They are Rollys, Felix and Winny.  Rollys is from Modjadji and the other two are from the village in Matupa.  They are progressing very well and coming to church every week.  They will be baptised on Easter, so that will be pretty sweet.

I went to a crocodile ranch today, which was a lot of fun.  The're lots of cool things to do here on P-day.  I have been pretty lucky.  I got to hold a baby crocodile.  He was so cute, he tried to give me a kiss!

 Baby Croc!

Say Hello 

He wants a kiss!

Heads up!

Hey there!

Big Momma

Husband and Wife



Got to love the view!

Well Have a great week everybody!

Cheers, Elder Segil

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