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Here is a random list of things we really miss from the mission. It can be anything... food, a place, a moment, a time of year, a person... add whatever it is that you miss from the mission.

Napolitanas de chocolate - submitted by Tim
Naploitanas, Jamon Serrano, walking, our gypsy salud. - submitted by Brenda
the brilliant blue sky, clean swept streets, hum of the metro,occasional "spanish blessings",the people... - submitted by Mike
Queso Manchego, pan con tomate, and fun evening strolls when you have nothing else to do - submitted by Thom
paella - submitted by Forest
bocadillo de tortilla de patata - submitted by Jesse
Listening to old men go on and on about u.s politics - submitted by Jason
Alicante and the fiesta atmosphere - submitted by Kendra
Ante todo: la gente y el espiritu misional! De lo demas: paella, turron, horchata de chufas, palmeras y polverones... - submitted by Ruby
Paella, tortilla de patata con salsa bravo, miembros, hablando espanol cada dia, Zaragoza y la fiesta de Pilar, etc. etc. - submitted by Jason King
The sisters getting drunk on accident-after drinking what they thought smelled like "Non-alcoholic apple juice" - submitted by Brad Haslam
My friends...the people. - submitted by Rebecca
My friends...the people. - submitted by Rebecca
Getting up early on P-Day and visiting out of the way and almost unknown castles - submitted by David McBride
Cold Horchata.napolitanas de jamon y queso.men watching construction sites.late night cenas.hot air.tapas.plazas y callecitas antiguas. - submitted by Beth Dockrill
El olor de las panaderias los domingos, miembros disputando en catalan, los trucos de Pres. Bota - submitted by Mark Maurer
Amor gitano, spanish spiders, and tough mili boys - submitted by Brandon Rigby
dibujos, choques, pancartas, contactos en Arc de Triumf, and old ladies wearing short skirts and knee high nylon pantyhose - submitted by Katie Danner
speaking catalan and eating paella de marisco. Que Bona - submitted by Jeremy Mason
La gente, comida, andando por la calle, hablando espanol, el puerto de Palma y todo lo demas. - submitted by Brandt Berntson
Montserrat, Festa Del Foc, Las Fallas, people with too much "prisa," tomate frito, (NOT the milk), the people, SPAIN! - submitted by Jacob Robertson
la comida, Amigos, la gente desnuda, serpientes, y recibiendo direcciones - submitted by kirstin bybee
I miss Fitzburger, and I know you all do to. - submitted by Scott Fitzgerald
spanish directions... - submitted by Ty kearl
the elite eight, La gente, que mas puedo decir!!! oh... Bay Watch digo... bay ver - submitted by Dustin Logan
Mis amigos espanoles, bocadillos de tortilla de patata en Zaragoza, el pan en Palma, dibujando y ensenando por las calles en Gerona y en Zaragoza, paella de barbacoa en Alicante, y noches de hogar en Albacete - submitted by Jonathan Malley
AMEN TO THE SPANISH DIRECTIONS!!! What a blast! - submitted by Beth Dockrill
magdalenas con yogur y la leche del carton - submitted by Joseph Pack
Los Miembros de Alicante - submitted by Jamie Messick (Parker)
Jordi Pujol, catala, i Catalunya en tot! VISCA CATALUNYA! - submitted by Brad Haslam
TENGO PRISA! - submitted by Weston Whitman
Eating Gran Ugari hamburgers with Presidente Rodriguez down the street from the capilla at Calle Henao 52 in Bilbao. - submitted by Paul Husselbee
contactos, compañeros, entrevista, waterfights en piso con hnas. Bean, Méndez y Salguero.amor, amor, amor. Mentiras.cantar en Puerta del Angel. - submitted by Vanessa ORTEGA
The Beautiful View of the Mediterreneum Sea from Tarragona - submitted by Scott Overstreet
los oscense, los maños, pat’s barber shop in Palma, charla competitions, flan, chorizo, Huesca, los juegos de contactos, gamberros, lame excuses for not stopping to talk, egg pasta con tomate frito - submitted by Greg Crowther
Napolitanas, Huesca, Zaragoza, having to run a branch, Girona and my boy Gerard, The castles, the mar - submitted by Allan Sharp
PACO's Horchata from Catarroja - submitted by Loren Parker
La marcha, The spanish crown hair cut. - submitted by Tyler Stewart
las referencias falsas y las carreras por el metro, al Pte Mask diciciendo HOLA HERMANA BLANCO y sobretodo el gran espiritu misiona del farol, mis compis a los alicantinos y catalanes porque aunque he vuelto a la mision 3 veces ya no es lo mismo - submitted by monica blanco
marcha en Zaragoza - submitted by Brad Folkman
The friendships I made, and the people. Plus I miss my 24 hour shadow! - submitted by Bryan Freeman
MISIONEROS ESFORZANDOSE POR APRENDER NUESTRA LENGUA:::CATALA - submitted by Hans Lara
The "CATALANES" and their food - submitted by Joseph Hupp
THE GAMBERROS. And who could forget the old men on thier bancos everyday, making fun of the Mormon missionaries. - submitted by Joshua
all of the above, my companions, my eternal friends from the mission, las aromas de la cocina epanola mediterraneal, la mision dle faro, being the very first #4 missionary en el faro,(sorry hermana Dockrill, couldn't let a sister win it;))la obra mision - submitted by Steven Furse
gitano music blasting out of the great white vans with a 'CAMARON DE LA ISLA' sticker on the hood.....................and FITZBURGER - submitted by Bradley John Burgoyne
Teenage boys dressed up like girls, gitano mullets, MERCADONA, fuet and butifarra, the rumor mill before transfers, THE OFFICE - submitted by Jacob Unguren
Los espanoles, la comida, los miembros, los gitanos, los misioneros, las motos, Corte Ingles, pan con tomate, yogurt, magdalenas, turron, jamon serrano, y los viejos con boinas jugando patanca. - submitted by Trent Swallow
All the missionaries and their great Pollyanna spirit, their willingness to sacrifice, their humility, thier love. . . . AND Angela and her paella!! m-m-m-m-m-m-m-m-m - submitted by Pte y Hna Mask
VOSOTRO'--OLE!............i vosaltres, tambe! - submitted by Ian Christensen
Anybody 'member the PANCARTA? - submitted by Ian Christensen
El piso de los Mask. What a feeling!--especially at Christmastime. Were you ever there for a conference?...for the hymns, the talks, el carino, el Espiritu? It was theh-leh-sthEEYAHL! - submitted by Ian Christensen
Feel anything in your corazon for March 19 or 20, 1999? - submitted by Ian Christensen
Spanglish..............and I promise that's my last one! "You guys" have already said all the others! - submitted by Ian Christensen
a todas las hermanas y los elderes que conoci y sus pedazos de testimonios, al pte y hna Mask y a pte y Hna Bowen y como no a mis (THUNDERCATS) aunque nos veremos en octubre TODOS - submitted by Monica Blanco
Las poderosas conferencias de zona (Rudy, Polyanna, ¿Donde está Zarahemla, etc.), echo mucho de menos a mis compañeros del MTC, no puedo encontrar a ninguno (Elder Gambrell, Elder Hodges, y Elder R.T. Smith) - submitted by Ron
the camaraderie of the Elders, the Pascual fruit and milk energy drinks, Fanta Narajana from a glass bottle with ice and fresh orange slices, the caballeros that would buy you a drink, the Renfe ticketmen that would give me their ties, General Conference - submitted by Johnny Walker
las conferencias, el espiritu, los nervios para pasar las charlas, el estudio de las escrituras y cada uno de vosotros los misioneros del FARO y sobre todo a los capitanes/as Mask y Bowen ( MORONIS) y su gran amor y cada una de la amistad que tuvimos. - submitted by Noemi Gallegos
Getting a hot churro on a freezing morning in Albacete - submitted by Tom Martens
The smell of orange blossoms in Valencia, bus #3 in Palma, germans asking for el catedral, Renfe, Fanta, you name it. - submitted by Ryan Carver
Rainy nights in Huesca, foggy mornings in Zaragoza, Christmas in Andorra, 2nd charlas, gut-rot orange soda, els amics - submitted by Ben Morris
Kool-Aid UNO games, elder Thomas vomiting off the balcony... - submitted by Joe
!LA LECHE! Octoberfest in Albacete, pan, el metro, encuestas, encuestas, encuestas, street drawings, blessing and passing the sacrament between 4 elders in huesca. - submitted by Dan Ulmer
playing PETANCA with old men, hidding a microphone in my tie and replaying the rejections in the piso. - submitted by Dan Ulmer
The nightly "Top 5!" - submitted by Scott Fitzgerald
Fallas en Valencia, Els Castellers en Vilafranca del Penedes, Christmas Party in Barcelona at Park Guell, the interviews with Presidente, staring out the window on the train rides, the jerks at the Spain-Andorra border, Paella in Valencia, luxurious baday - submitted by Juan Caminante
MADRE MIA!!!! acostarme cada noche echa polvo y no poder dormir pensando en maneras de ayudar. El gazpacho que los vecinos nos preparaban...... - submitted by Fran Moron
Dias de preparacion, la celebracion de mi cumpleano en Zaragoza (gracias a la zona), napolitanas de chocolate, gazpacho, las conferencias de zona, charlas, bautismos, mis amigos del faro, y todo lo demas!!! - submitted by Erin Beckstrom (now Thomas)
oh yeah, train engine alarm clocks under the bed, spanish pan, and being called "Hermana Bex!" - submitted by Erin Beckstrom (now Thomas)
The old men struttin the streets with their hands locked behind the back! - submitted by Lorin Lewis
Doing the Pancarta with E. Booth in Murcia. Running through the streets of Valencia with E. Cluny. Seeing a "nuevo" stop his first person in the street and testify with all he had. Doing dibujos por la calle in Sabadell, Murcia, Valecia. The people. - submitted by James Hodges
The "Canero Club" in Valencia originated by the best zone Valencia's ever seen! Does that license plate still exist. - submitted by James Hodges
A certain Elder blasting pigeons out of our Lorca pine tree with his Christmas sling-shot so that the starving cats below could fill their bellies; then meditating the scriptures while staring at the castle on the hill. - submitted by Ron Meacham
The way the people tried to see what the pancartas and dibujos were all about without our noticing that they were interested. - submitted by Ron Meacham
The FONT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - submitted by Ron Meacham
The FONT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - submitted by Ron Meacham
The way the people tried to see what the pancartas and dibujos were all about without our noticing that they were interested. - submitted by Ron Meacham
those collared shirts the gamberos wore with the flying wizard on it and the "rottwiler" shirts!! - submitted by Tyson Tanner
elder stewarts purple smurf in zaragoza!!! - submitted by Tyson Tanner
Turron, Paella, Paella, Pa Catala, el Espiritu, - submitted by Todd
The ULTIMATE dibujo en Palma! The one that lasted over 8 months. Las bolsas de naranjas sin fin en Murcia. That everyday in Crevillente more of main street became part of a Muslim market. - submitted by Brandt Berntson
Seeing the music video for the Offspring's "Pretty Fly For A White Guy" at Camp Nou with about 15 Elders while watching F.C. Barcelona play against Valencia in La Copa del Rey---Visca el Barca!!! - submitted by Craig Jensen
A TODOS VOSOTROS - submitted by monica blanco
I live here again so I enjoy many of the things you all miss but DANG I miss you all and the sweet joy that only missionary work brings.What a wonderful country and what memories..... - submitted by Beth Dockrill
TODO - I served over 20 years ago and the memories never fade - submitted by Scott Simpson
give my testimony each day - submitted by LOO
Todas mis compis, la horchata, la amistad, y sobre todo, echo de menos a toda la gente en Cartagena! - submitted by Katy
A mis hermanas de Alicante. la Gurli, la Wilcken y como no mi Lopi, esas largas conversaciones de la obra y la vida y todo lo que vivimos juntas. Fue genial Os Quiero - submitted by Mónica Blanco
A mi trio, la orton y bybee (menudo compañerismo) nuestras risas, contactos y nuestras charlas con los Arcos y Padre Daniel menudas estamos echas. Os quiero - submitted by Mónica Blanco
watching Elder Evans step in dog crap everyday - submitted by Lee Champion
Valencia, Death notes, My Cartagena piso, running in the rio seco, the catwalk, Pilar Torruela Argerich, warm bread y jamon, the mission home, singing Called to Serve, interviews with President, La Vinas dancing, Plaza Catalunya, Zara and Mossimo Dutti - submitted by Chrissy
Polverones, Aceitunas, Y Alzira - submitted by Brian Smith
Las conferencias de zona y las entrevistas con presidente Bowen. Echo mucho de menos el hablar el espanol de verdad y no mexicano. El poder testificar cada dia. El aplicarme cada dia en algo que realmente vale la pena. La proteccion del llamamiento. - submitted by Douger Opie
Su corazón lleno de fe, amor y sus ganas de ayudar - submitted by Clàudia Paretilla
Tarragona y los miembros de alli. Catarroja y el trabajo que hacíamos con sus maravillosos miembros . La semana que trabajamos 82 horas Hermana Villar y yo y lo mucho que nos divertimos. Mis miembros de Cartagena. TODO - submitted by Montse Alvarez
I miss the Elders that I was blessed to serve with and most of all the Spanish people that would always say to us "No tengo tiempo" - submitted by Billy Castillo
Lucky's banku shop.....come on you cartagena missionaries... and of course egg pasta con tomate frito (Greg Crowther) - submitted by cameron smith
People walkin´ fast to nowhere when they see a chapa coming in: "no tengo tiempo" "no compro biblias" "la CIA!!!" "por que todos se llaman elder?" and sunday mornings waiting at chapel for the gators promised you to come!!! y el Espiritu de la Mision!!! - submitted by Mike Sala
People walkin´ fast to nowhere when they see a chapa coming in: "no tengo tiempo" "no compro biblias" "la CIA!!!" "por que todos se llaman elder?" and sunday mornings waiting at chapel for the gators promised you to come!!! y el Espiritu de la Mision!!! - submitted by Mike Sala
paella valenciana, fallas en valencia - submitted by kenton wride
¡¡¡¡¡NATILLAS Y HORCHATA DE MERCADONA!!!!!!!!! - submitted by Eric Swensen
gettling spanish besos from some...dodging them from others...mis companeros...la comida...LA GENTE...La mission misma. - submitted by Diego Gettler
gettling spanish besos from some...dodging them from others...mis companeros...la comida...LA GENTE...La Mision misma. - submitted by Diego Gettler
Napolitanas de Chocolate, The Dirty Dirty South (Cartagena), Prisa - submitted by Buck Mangum
I agree with hna. Ortega. The water fights were one of the best parts of my mission. I miss horchata, churros con chocolate, hablando con personas en el metro, las fuentes y todos mis amigos - submitted by Sandra
I actually miss corriendo detras del autobus 48 cuando solo tenia 5 minutos para llegar a casa con la hna. Salguero - submitted by Sandra Mendez Wahlquist
sprinting home all the way across town at 9:55 so that we could be in piso at 10:00, being called "GUAPA - submitted by Ericka Hafer
sprinting home all the way across town at 9:55 so that we could be in piso at 10:00, being called "GUAPA - submitted by Ericka Hafer
being called "Guapa" by dirty old spanish drunk men - submitted by Ericka Hafer
"Elderas, elderas - submitted by Shaela Wells
Jessie Bustos...does anybody that served in Sabadell know what happened with him? - submitted by Bradley Burgoyne
The people, the country, the work, ALL of it!! - submitted by Rod
sin duda alguna, la Obra, la gente con prisa, mis barrios, mis compañeras, mis distritos y zonas, las conferencias, la entrvista mensual del Pte.el amor misional...llamarme la hna. López :) - submitted by Eloísa López(Meacham)
tener todo el día el Libro de Mormón en la mano - submitted by Eloísa López(Meacham)
cantar villancicos con hna. gallegos, hna. guillín y hna. balls en el autobús de zaragoza...os acordáis? - submitted by Eloísa López(Meacham)
tirando globos de agua a las hermanas Gallegos y Bex. - submitted by Dan Aldama
Being with the best missionaries in the world everyday, having a physical and spiritual challenge every minute, and always testifying in a language I almost understood, having a bunch of scriptures memorized. - submitted by Keith Schmidt
Those pesky testigos - submitted by Allan Sharp
echo de menos las abdominales con todas mis compis jeje - submitted by monica Blanco
ENSEÑAR A LOS ÉLDERES CÓMO HACER LAS COSAS :) - submitted by Eloísa López(Meacham)
mis companeras, elderes en mis distritos, jamon, chorizo, los miembros y las peleas con mis compis para pasar mis charlas, en fin todas las locuras de la mision. - submitted by Isabel Alexandre
Napolitanas and Horchata parties with my companions and pisomates - submitted by Richard Davidson
The "amable" cabelleros in the Zaragoza jail, the "Horchata" wall on Cesareo Alierta, the largest napolitanas in Spain, Being the Primary President, Breaking plates in Terrassa, Haciendo compras en El Corte Ingles, people getting off the train in Lorca - submitted by Jason Reese
The two dogs who we taught "La ley de castidad" to- IPSON, Feria de Jativa, Elder Draculis testifcando about family to the strip club man in Reus, LOS MORO'S, and most of all-- LA MARCHA, digo MANCHA! - submitted by Jason Reese
Taking all you crumbs to the residency line - submitted by Jake Unguren "su registrador"
The posers that pretended to be recto and animado when really they were apostate, the hermana underground, companionship inventories, the elders that would never admit that they were lost or didn't know the way, the letters from home, going to correos - submitted by a disgruntled RM
Nisperos! Manarinos! Cherimoya! Todo fresco! Las Ramblas de Tarragona! Open air markets. La playa. The old city. Padre Caremelo who let us teach his school classes. - submitted by David Adams
Missing busses in unknown pueblos and walking home at 2am - submitted by Jason Nelson
Taking all you crumbs to the residency line - submitted by Jake Unguren "su registrador"
leaving death notes for companions de piso, battling testigos in elda, banku, ultimate frisbee death matches, and CONTACTOS!!! - submitted by Sam Nuckolls Stroman
David Gracia, in Castellon. I was there, in his baptism, 1993, serving as a missionary, meeting his kind parents... You were an awesome friend, David. - submitted by Mike Sala
Napolitanas, Companeros, Conferencias de zona, Intercambios/Choques, Escuchando al rap aleman de Elder Castillo, Paella, los Bowen, Corriendo para coger el bus/tren, Contactos y BAUTISMOS!!!!! - submitted by Jon Howard
Horchata, Jamon Serrano, and the teenagers egos - submitted by Tyler Wharton
SPAIN - submitted by monica blanco
elder cauna - submitted by jose cauna
Prices where the tax is included. If something said 5 Euros, it was 5 Euros, gal darnit, not 5,62 or something dumb like that - submitted by Jeff Parkes
la amabilidad de los elderes y hermanas de la mision que despues de tiempo fuera de ella ni existe. - submitted by monica
when hermana whalen went home, it was the happiest day of my mission - submitted by everybody in alacante
Elder Alan Last. Truly one of the greatest to ever walk the streets of L'Hospitalet. - submitted by Stan Horlacher
The New Year's eve water fight in the badlands of Badalona. - submitted by MJ
Elder Zorilla - submitted by Phill Emery
being the only Elder allowed to enter Benidorm - submitted by Jon Irish
all the missionaries Hmna lopez, Vargas, Berry, Elder Juncal, Hmna Berry, Antrobus, Dixon, I learned the truth of how this gospel works don't ever forget of Guaja el loquito and to all the elders, and sisters remember this I learned the love, - submitted by guaja
that each of you guys put the hours the fun me going on splits the arguments the tears I love each one of you and exuse me for not adding you on the list I know each one of you and my love is still the same aver si nos hacemos un PAELLA!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - submitted by guaja
LOVE ALWAYS MURCIA, BARCELONA, Y A VOSOTROS BESOS Y ABRAZOS GUAJA EL GUAPO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - submitted by guaja
ist boutismo, cucarachas, pantalla de verano & futbol with the elders in cartagena. Endles narajas y madarinas, paella, citas para comer w/ los Egual, futbol americano christmas day, zone choques, singing w/ los maldenado en Valencia - submitted by Elizabeth
Fast sunday w/alcia,cluture night,best zone,& Nani en Alicante. Serving in Presidents ward,Carmen,Pilar,Ramona,Mecadona,sound of metro,Philipinos,Chuches,nepolitanas,cambios w/members, jovenes,zone conf,el mar,studying on el balcon, en barcelona. - submitted by Elizabeth
la pata de jamon serrano that stunk our piso up for 5 months, the putget palace, buses 74&16 in barcelona, la mina y las fiestas gitanas, sunday night wrestling with the office elders, hermana bowen's food, horchata, catalan, la bonanova, "la rambla" - submitted by Daniel Dye
pan del dia the smell of it early in the morning - submitted by paul cunningham
sloppy willies, homemade PB squares, MAU, horchata, sucking flan, my love handles, and of course my incredible view of the sea from the Benidorm piso. . - submitted by Abby Etherington
Los abrazos del Presidente...ahora Elder Mask...I hope all is well down in D.F. We love you Pres. y Hermana Mask - submitted by Los Meacham
Los abrazos del Presidente...ahora Elder Mask...I hope all is well down in D.F. We love you Pres. y Hermana Mask - submitted by Los Meacham
all the goons that would say they were focused yet they'd talk to sister missionaries til 4 AM on the phone and also all the goons that married spanairds and took them away from Spain, nice going Elder way to build the kingdom in SPAIN! - submitted by a knob
The vision and spirit of the mission, the food, the people, the climate(even better when you are not a missionary and go visit in ths summer, no curfews, beaches, discos restaurants, hang out with good friends) most of all the missionaries and presidents! - submitted by Furse
The vision and spirit of the mission, the food, the people, the climate(even better when you are not a missionary and go visit in ths summer, no curfews, beaches, discos restaurants, hang out with good friends) most of all the missionaries and presidents! - submitted by Furse
The Furse Day of the Month! ( Thanks Colby and Gut! (Two of the finest sisters to ever set foot in la mision del faro!) - submitted by Furse
The Furse Day of the Month! ( Thanks Colby and Gut! (Two of the finest sisters to ever set foot in la mision del faro!) - submitted by Furse
Hermana Diana Parry's cooking and our district and zone dinners that she and I prepared. - submitted by Furse
companionship inventories, falling asleep in summer during citas, African investigators and Spaniard sweet butt... - submitted by augustin
the fight we had in the street with gamberros and all the good momemts with the stinky great missionaries - submitted by augustin
I miss getting letters from my future wife(whom I married only 3 and 1/2 weeks after getting home) and SPEAKING SPANISH, the real stuff not the mexican slang, DO NOT MISS the flirty Hermanas that had no focus in the work. I really miss Los Zumos. - submitted by HIggster
"Natilla Hour" and sucking flan - submitted by Jake
the nerdy elders who would aspire to leadership, the members who tried to get missionaries to break the rules, the hilarious elders running through sants trying to not miss their train with all their luggage, the pretty girls with deep voices - submitted by clint blackham
hermana etherington.....so, so hot...... - submitted by elder
it sounds funny now, but I really miss Huesca! - submitted by Gabe Phillips
a mis compañeros los miembrosw de las capillas a todos la gente de todos los lugares donde he estado la comida paella horchata tortilla los dias de preparacion las conferencias de zona las reuniones de distrito algunos miembros especiales como amparo - submitted by FERNANDO VERA MORON DE SEVILLA
SPAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - submitted by JESSE BURGON
SPAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - submitted by JESSE BURGON
OH AND I MISS ELDER YONNET - submitted by JESSE BURGON
Extraño a España, hombre! No hay otra misión igual a la del Faro. Extraño todas las zonas en las que serví, loj elderej y laj hermanaj, y la obra misional en sí no tiene igual. I miss having greenies... Zone Conferences... testifying of La Primera Vision. - submitted by Carbajal
Extraño a España, hombre! No hay otra misión igual a la del Faro. Extraño todas las zonas en las que serví, loj elderej y laj hermanaj, y la obra misional en sí no tiene igual. I miss having greenies... Zone Conferences... testifying of La Primera Vision. - submitted by Carbajal
papa rosales de elche - submitted by unguren
el cocalacao, los bocatas de pan tumaca, mis miembros de L'Hospitalet.Preocuparme por los demas sin pensar en mi misma, simplemente servir 24 horas al dia - submitted by Monica Blanco
Patanca, napolitanas, paella, old men and their cool sweaters, huesca and all of the beautiful cities in our mission! - submitted by Travis Macdonald
los borrachos y gamberros de Alicante, running out of butano in the dead of winter, and trash soccer during the Sunday morning stroll - submitted by becca
Elder Vester's triple parted haircut (our Elche crew will remember) - submitted by Meacham
Elder Williamson's famous kool-aid water purification technique! - submitted by Meacham
Having to live on Hermana Mask's rice and banana diet as a remedy for Williamson's kool-aid - submitted by Meacham
The fact that only the L.D.S. missionaries could tell you the location of every bar in every city of the mission...in part due to the kool-aid technique... - submitted by Meacham
hermana etherington......shwing!!! shwing!! shwing!! - submitted by elder
hecho de menos, amis compis, que fueron un monton, a mis amigos, a mis pte. y hna. Larsen, y sobre todo el espiritu misional, por supuesto mis familias queridas, no tengais verguenza e escribir algo, un besazo para todos os quiero mucho. hna. hasta luengo - submitted by marga Luengo (Ahora Oguey
Myself in Spain.... - submitted by Dave Strom
Nutella, NOT the free; the freezing cold of December Albacete; the glory of spring in Alcoy; the darling (but hard to control) children. - submitted by Hermana Susan Hilton (Andersen)
being on buses that catch fire when the a/c blows up, having men in hot pink speedos stop by dibujo on the way to the beach, napolitana breaks, cutting companions hair with rusty kinderscissors, the public humiliation of the charla game - submitted by Hna. Wareham
The feeling of love and brotherhood amongst all of us! I love the fact that everyone tried their best to say only the best things about each other. I miss telling the stories during zone conferences, and getting the celestial feeling seeing an old friend! - submitted by Ron
seeing my elders and my hermanas i love you - submitted by monica blanco
Testifying 100's of times a day to strangers, being with wonderful missionaries. - submitted by Mike Taylor
Napolitanas, barras de pan, horchata - submitted by Tad White
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