The second shows a couple of our elders following an object lesson which went awry. Some of you may have seen it demonstrated that one cannot break an egg simply by exerting pressure on it with one's hand or hands. Unfortunately, the big elder in the picture, Elder Glazier, who will be playing baseball for BYU following his mission, didn't get the word, and upon exerting more pressure than most would be able to exert, he managed to explode raw egg all over himself and his district leader, not to mention ruin the lesson the district leader was trying to teach about how Satan can't overcome us if we are faithful, etc. By clicking on the picture you should be able to blow it up to a size where you can see egg remnants on shirt, tie, and wall.
The third picture shows the aftermath of a robbery attempt by some bad guys, who were scared off by our car's alarm.
Next, we have an unnamed senior missionary modeling new slippers received for Christmas from his/her youngest daughter.
Fifth is Virginia directing a dress rehearsal for the Christmas program our missionaries put on in our district the Sunday before Christmas. We didn't use flash, so everything is blurry, but you get the idea.
Finally, we have the meeting place for the new Kuna Nega Branch, where we attended last Sunday. It is a community center, rented to the Church for Sundays. Attendance the first Sunday was about 19, excluding stake and mission visitors. Members are almost exclusively Kuna Indians.