Wednesday, October 1, 2008

On the road to the Argentina MTC

Images of Tiffani at the airport...

A final hug at the house...

The Mohrman girls....

Tiffani, Mom and Dad...

Sisters Mohrman and Yeates and the four Elders from Utah and Idaho...great young men with great young ladies...
Tiffani and Mom...
Tiffani and Nikki...
Tiffani and Stefi...
Tiffani and Joseph...
Tiffani and KimMarie....

Hermana Tiffani Mohrman and Hermana Analey Yeates from Salt Lake City....
The family....

Sisters Mohrman and Yeates boarding the plane...

Tiffani boarding....and the plane to go to Dallas and then on to Argentina...


Today Tiffani left for the Argentina MTC. She will be there for 2 months and then on to Uruguay. As her father, it was hard to not feel much emotion. Tiffani is not only a daughter and sister...but a friend to the family and watching her face her fears was humbling and an example of more I can do and try harder...especially with my own fears. Here are some images from Tiffani with the family and a wonderful sister missionary that is travelling with Tiffani...it would not surprise me if they are companions for the next two months. Her name is Hermana Analey Yeates and she too has a blog page http://hermanayeates.blogspot.com/ and then a mission page her family will maintain. The following are the images of the day:

3 comments:

Kim said...

Congrats! The long awaited day has finally come. It is hard to believe that all those years have passed by...and little Tiffani is now a missionary like she had always planned. She will be just wonderful!

Jonestribe7 said...

Yeah! I am sure that it was a hard but exciting day for everyone. One of those days where you step out in faith and grow a ton by doing so. You will be a great missionary Tiffani. You have wonderful parents who have taught you well, you have prepared, and now the Lord is on your side. Kristen Jones

Charlene said...

Hi Tiffani,
I just typed a nice long letter and found out I had to register a name and password. Guess what, this is all you get for now. I'll get back with you later.
Love, Aunt Charlene