Today we had more lessons - teaching English and helping one of the investigators get ready for his baptism tomorrow. We currently have between 7 & 9 young people who will be baptized tomorrow. I sure do love a parade, and that is what it will be as we leave the meeting house and head to Greenwich ward building tomorrow afternoon.
Tonight the Relief Society will have a Visiting Teaching High Tea. A High Tea is - well, I will have to wait until Margaret tells me about it later tonight.
Well, it is now later tonight and here are some pictures of the High Tea. It looked like a lovely High Tea.
Preparing the High Tea. Please note that some of the Brethren were in the kitchen preparing the food. Luigi (in foreground and the shorter of the two) is a student chef and his right hand man, Mino, is behind him. These 2 are always cooking up something for the ward.
The tables are set for the High Tea. Shown in the picture is one of the Hostesses with the mostest
Each table had its own carafe of fruit juice or water, sandwiches, vegetables and cheese/crackers
The side table with fruit, scones&jam, and other finger foods. I think we should start having High Teas in the US
Now it is time to "High Tail It" home and get some sleep. We have a temple trip in the morning with the YSA and then convert baptisms in the afternoon. I am not sure when I will dry out.