Monday, September 22, 2008

Elder in Europe

Here's a great shot of Cam looking over Switzerland. I love this beautiful shot! Fantastic!! :)
He's doing great there and loving life. He's teaching discussions in German and reaching out to so many families. We love hearing about his adventures and the people he's meeting. This morning he sent me an email. He said that he's traveling around with the zone leaders, eating new foods he's never had before, singing bass in the ward choir and learning new things everyday. We are so happy that he's growing a strong testimony and learning to rely on Christ.

12 comments:

MERRIANNE said...

Great picture!

Lisa said...

First of all I would have a heart attack at where he is sitting!! I have height issues--AAHH! After I got over that I could really enjoy the picture. A little by the way--it was your log that inspired me to try and change my background---you made it look so easy-------------

McEwens said...

Isnt it the BEST having a missionary out!!!! Greta picture!

ginger said...

I'm with Lisa, my first thought was GET OFF THE LEDGE!! But it is an amazing picture. He sounds like he is living his missionary experience to the fullest. You must be so pleased.

Shelle-BlokThoughts said...

Sounds like he is doing great...I think that is awesome that you can get emails and pictures quicker now adays! :O

What a wonderful place to go also...Switzerland! :)

McEwens said...

How did you do that with the Santa link?????

Dolly said...

You know-I did at first panic seeing my baby on a ledge! :) But if he wrote the email...he's still alive.

Pam-glad you figured out how to post this Santa :)Thanks for sharing!

Mechelle said...

love your new background. Merry Christmas! M

ps
So your boy still makes you panic!? I am hoping Corbin will have grown out of that by the time he is on his mission. m

Donna said...

It sounds like he's doing great things over there. What an awesome guy!

Susan Macaluso said...

I never gave it a second thought---the ledge thingy and all. LOL! I love this shot! He's making memories that will last forever.

-Susan
http://warmbunny.blogspot.com

Her Shabbyness: Sweet 'n Southern said...

Aw, that's fantastic that he's doing so well!

Jan said...

I have one out too. It is so nice watching their testimony grow. It is such a blessing. I would love to go to Switzerland. That is where our people are from. He better bring home some chocolate.