March 18, 2016
Elder Fanning had an appointment with Dr. Verma, the cardiologist. He got a clean bill of health. There were no incidents on his pacemaker/defibrillator.
We inspected the apartments for the Lemoore elders and sisters. We found the sisters’ apartment very clean, and the elders’ apartment clean but cluttered.
Elder Fanning went to Hanford and picked up the resiliency manuals we had printed at home. Their spiral binder was broken and they could not get them bound in time. He drove to Visalia to have them bound. While he waited, he went to Panera for some bread and Max’s Cookies for some really good chocolate chip cookies. They were very good for store-bought ones.
While he was gone, Sister Fanning prepared the menu and grocery list. We went to the base to shop at the commissary as soon as Elder Fanning got home.
We relaxed for a couple of hours. We also reviewed the resiliency lesson and made sure we had the videos we needed on the computer.
We stopped to see a family in town. He was not home, but she and the kids were. Their oldest daughter is going to BYU-Idaho in January. The family is moving to London in July. We talked about the young single adults quite a bit since they are the advisors.
We next stopped to see a military family in town. The parents had recently been on a trip to Ireland. The little girls love to see us and we get lots of attention from them. We spent a lot of time talking about Ireland.
We got home about 9:00.