March 5, 2016
This morning we left for Selma about 9:00. We inspected four missionary apartments – two in Selma and two in Reedley – and left cookies for the missionaries. They all did very well with clean apartments. They appreciated the cookies.
We drove to Hanford to drop off a prescription. The pharmacy was out of the medication and was not expecting any more until Monday.
We stopped for lunch at In and Out Burger. While we were there, a man came to our table to tell us how his daughter was converted to the gospel.
Hannah texted us yesterday to ask us to come visit. Her mother-in-law was staying with them temporarily after knee replacement surgery. She is active and wanted a visit and someone to arrange the sacrament to be brought to her. We have not been able to schedule an appointment with Hannah and Conrad for several months. They have always been too busy. We had a nice visit with Conrad’s mother and told her we would arrange for the sacrament to be brought to her. We also told her we would ask the sister missionaries to visit.
We went to the commissary to do grocery shopping. We took the groceries home and put them away.
We went to see Penny and her three little ones. When she told her five-year-old daughter, Linda, we were coming to see them, Linda said, you mean the ones with the nice clothes. We had a nice visit with her. She likes us to come visit because she can talk to adults. Her nonmember husband is on deployment for eight months. She has a daycare in her home and is around little ones most of the time.
We got home about 3:30. Sister Fanning was not feeling well. Her stomach was feeling bad and she was running a fever. We spent the rest of the day relaxing.