And now for my new experience at lunch. We ate at The Little Village where Sister Lund highly recommended the bread, tapenade and garlic to start. Oh my yumminess! They bring out this beautiful loaf of braided Italian bread sitting in a puddle of olive oil and covered with toasted sesame seeds and parmesan with sides of tapenade and a whole bulb of roasted garlic. Yes, I ate it all, but not by myself, and I'd eat it again in a heartbeat!
|Elder Bennett, Elder Morrell, Elder Hansen and Elder White|
|Elder Bennett's amazing mom--Tami Lund|
And the day got even better:) Missionaries in the Baton Rouge Zone just received word that they're have car inspections at Zone Training tomorrow. Normally inspections are at Zone Conferences, which are next week, but because BR will be combined with 3 other zones that made for too many cars to be inspected at one time for the Office Elders. Inspections include washing and waxing all cars. It's a good thing Elder L bought 5 containers of wax last week, because it seems many companionships were out of wax. We gave them all out today!
|Elder Abbott in the office for turtle wax|