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Sunday, October 26, 2008

Japan is the shiznit

The Official "COME TO JAPAN!" Photo
I am more sorry than I am posting about the PMA celebration (which was zero, so I am more sorry than zero...at least maybe one). Wow. I don't know why I thought that could make sense.
Basically, it was one of the best Family gatherings I've ever been to. Every day was like what I imagine it would feel like going camping in Heaven, and every single person there was someone I would be darn right proud to start a witnessing home with. (Any takers?)
There weren't that many of us who took the PMA from within the comfortable confines of a service home--in fact, I think it was only Nozo and I. But it was definitely an experience all of its own. I'm sure we didin't work any harder or fight any more honorably than everyone else did, since it was pretty much a "reaching the limits and beyond" battle for all of us, but the Lord knew that we needed the extra stretch...or maybe he just wanted to make sure that Nozo and I became super good friends. Smart guy, that Jesus. Amen Nozo?
Back to the photo above, I think all the women there are gorgeous. Just drop-dead gorgeous. If Amaranthine was still doing his Friday posting of beautiful women, this would seriously avalanche and cave the whole place in. Look out people. So honored to be sandwiched in there between June-san, Free, Teresa, River, Meg, Nozo, Vicki, Cherish, Maria, Lena, Claire, and Faith. Japan is the best.
WHOA AM I THE ONLY...Whoa I just realized WHOA I am the only gaijin in that picture!!! WHOooooaaaAH, dude!
[Calming down.]
So my PMA friends, let's not hide our candles under a bushel and let's proclaim the good news of 12 Foundation Stones classes and pledge letters far and wide!
Hoo-ha! (If only that looked as cool and manly as it sounds in my mind.)


Blogger Babylove said...

Cool looking bunch there. Good on you, FLo-jo. What a trooping gaijin you are!

10/27/2008 1:31 PM  
Blogger Florence said...

Yah they are a cool bunch. The coolest thing that I just realized after looking at that picture is that only 3 out of ALL of those women are married. Exciting, ay?

10/27/2008 7:31 PM  
Blogger Nozomi said...

Amen, Amen and Amen!

I love you Florence...you're one of the best things to come out of such an experience, like honey after much squeezing..ha!

Yes, I'm all for a new home winning JAPAN! Whooppieeee!!

10/28/2008 4:32 PM  
Anonymous Hiki said...

Go Japan!!!

11/02/2008 7:21 PM  
Blogger Jesse said...

You guys rock.

11/03/2008 11:22 PM  
Blogger Tina said...

Japan is so the Land...of the rising sun & lovely people! :)

12/07/2008 9:30 AM  

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