Our Sunday was different today...
Walt's knee is hurting so much he could not walk on it today.
So his wonderful first counselor and wife, Presidente y Hermana Majano, went at the last minute to fill our speaking assignment for the San Vicente District Conference today. This is about 1 1/2 hours away from the city.
President y Hna. Alas were speaking at the Apopa Stake this afternoon.
President Majano came to see Walt this morning.
Walt is getting x-rays tomorrow to see if it's an infusion or a chip of broken bone in the knee.
President and Sister Glazier came to see how Walt was doing tonight and brought banana bread. They are the president and wife of the El Salvador San Salvador Mission and it was his District Conference in San Viciente that we were scheduled to speak at today.
They have been here one year of their 3-hear calling and are doing a great job! They are from Utah.
Last night, after the Saturday evening shift was over at 7:00, we had the four couples of missionaries come to our apartment and watch "Chariots of Fire" about the 1924 Olympics. This movie came out in 1981 and we have watched it many times. Some of our temple missionaries had not seen it.
Everyone agreed that it's a great movie!
Walt's knee was hurting a little last night, but nothing like when he got up this morning. He actually couldn't get up. I wheeled him around the apartment in his walker, then after dinner--which they brought to us, Elder Gibbons went to the temple and brought one of the wheel chairs for him to use.
Elder Kitley gave Walt a hair cut Saturday morning before we went to our morning/afternoon/evening shift. This shift on Saturday goes from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. We got out a little early because no one came for the 5:30 pm. session, which is the last one of the day on Saturday because we begin Saturday with a 5:30 a.m. shift.
We had a chance to take the Kitleys and Gibbons shopping on Thursday morning before their afternoon shifts. At this bigger Super Selectos we thought these hot dogs were interesting.
That's about all the photos I took this week.
Maybe we'll get more photos next week.