Pte. and Hna. Briones drove from Tampico Sunday morning to attend the meeting.
Afterwards, people from the congregation lined up to shake hands with and give hugs and "thanks" to President and Hermana Jordan.
No one was in a hurry. We gathered the Elders who had not left yet for a photo.
There are sister missionaries as well and they were also having group photos. Paul was handed cameras from several of the sisters so he could take their picture with their own camera.
We missed getting a photo of the sister missionaries.
Here is Hermana Jordan with some of the Huejutla sisters.
People just patiently waited inside or outside..
A full hour and a half after the meeting, President and Hermana Jordan were ready to leave.
We had been told we were all invited to the district relief society president's home
for lunch and there were about 30 of us. It all came together quickly.
We ate in the shade of a mandarin tree and could smell the lovely blossoms.
We enjoyed their flowers as well as we visited for 2 1/2 hours.
|This flower is a Toucan's beak.|
|We thought it was shaped like a tie.|
Later that evening, a few of us walked to Huejutla's plaza.