|Sisters Audrey and Kate with us at the KK airport as we are leaving|
|ELDER DAVIS & CICIE|
AT THE KOTA KINABALU AIRPORT
|DAVID, PRES LING, Ellen & Bill, PRES FAUSTO AND BRO. CHUAH|
|FAMILY AT THE SEATTLE AIRPORT|
|JASON, LYNN, & DAD AT LAURALEE'S HOME|
|OUR RIDE HOME AS WE LEAVE SINGAPORE|
|FAMILY PARTY AT KEITH AND PATTY'S HOME|
The evening after we got home we received a phone call letting us know that my Aunt Evelyn had passed away. She was 88 years old and beloved by all our family. We were able to go to her funeral on Monday the 27th, driving all day to Idaho Falls, Idaho, to be there in time. It was good to see all my cousins and extended family. It was a quick trip and we were home Tuesday afternoon.
PLAYING GIANT CROQUET
EATING PIZZA ALL TOGETHER
Our two daughters who live in Utah, came with their families to be with us. What a fun reunion. And then later in the week we were ALL together when Matt and Heidi came. Must be what it will be like when we die and greet all our family.
AT LAURALEE'S HOME
AT KEITH AND PATTY'S HOME
WATCHING THE KIDS PLAY AT KEITH & PATTY'S HOME
We are also preparing for my almost-92-year-old mother to live with us again. She is much more fragile and much less independent that she was 18 months ago. I will have to have some help with her care.
We are home and at times we are still in culture shock. Sometimes it feels like we never left. Other times we can close our eyes and be in KK with our good friends for a minute. We have memories and stories that only we will really understand and feel and remember and unfortunately they are amongst the best. We feel that we have a much larger family now and we will be with them again some day.