Here is a collage that Akemi made of the activity. She is very artistic.
At the International Center on Wednesday we got two treats from Canada, that a member of the staff had recently visited. I ate the cookie and it had the very wonderful flavor of Maple Syrup.
Work continues on the Kumamoto Stake Center roof, easily visible from our eighth floor front door. Almost all areas are done except the roof over the chapel and the cultural hall.
Friday we went to Fukuoka to commemorate our 45th wedding anniversary. First dinner of nan curry at Joyti's, it was wonderful as always.
Did I mention it was a rainy day.
My nan curry,
On to the temple for an evening session.
After staying at a local hotel and eating breakfast
we did a two sessions on Saturday (sealing and endowment). A very special week-end 45 years after starting our marriage in the Logan, Utah Temple.
On Sunday we were treated to a special gift from Akemi for our anniversary of two cakes, very beautiful.
Here is Akemi, a very special kind hearted friend.
May God bless you all as He has us in our lives. In the Temple we are sealed as couples and families for time and all eternity.
On September 21, 1823 Elijah returned to the earth and restored the sealing power to bind families together for time and all eternity (i.e. turning the hearts toward each other of fathers/mothers to sons/daughters. I am so grateful for this wonderful restoration.