The building hallways look like a giant corn maze to Pat who seems to have some sort of "directional disability" that we think is getting worse! When we were at the MTC they asked each of us why we were each glad to be with our companion. She said it was because Jim could compensate for her lack of sense of direction. She has to take her phone in the hallways so she can call if she gets lost! We've decided she could get lost in a paper bag!
The biggest PLUS for the apartment is the HEATED GARAGE. We go from our apartment into the elevator or stairs, and then into a car that is hardly even cold. The weather outside has been freezing. The Arctic cold front seems to still be with us, but it really doesn't seem too bad because of this extra little perk. It makes us feel a little guilty though when we think of the Elders and Sisters who are out in it a lot more than we are.
The inside of the apartment is much more spacious than we expected with an open style living room and dining area. We brought a few pictures to hang from home and we were given some others by the mission office staff.
It has been fun to do a slight bit of decorating to make things feel like home.
The apartment is on the second floor and is cozy and warm. It seems like we are sandwiched between the first and third floor and that keeps us well insulated.
We have a nice desk and lots of storage space. We are not used to having much empty storage space at home so we hope we can keep it empty. We know for sure that we won't be able to fit anything else in our car when we come home.
The last picture is of our GUEST ROOM! Hint Hint!! President Johnson has told us that as long as we get approval from him and don't get too carried away with lots and lots of company that he thinks having family here for a few days is a great idea. So...... everyone just let us know the dates you would like to come and we will schedule you in.
Home Sweet Home