Happy New Year!!!

3 Jan

Dear family and friends,

HAPPY HAPPY NEW YEAR! :)
This is my first email from 2013! Woohoo! :) We had quite a week. It was great. Let me just say, and I know I’ve said it before, but I LOVE MANHATTAN! Every day when I walk outside, I say a silent prayer of thanks to be in this wonderful city. Gosh, I just love it. It’s hard to explain why. I just do :)
We Love NY More Than Ever

We Love NY More Than Ever

Part of it is that our whole district (all three pairs of missionaries of us)  are in the same ward! So that equals us being really close and ends up making us really unified. I really do love my district. They’re some of the best elders I’ve ever served with! They’re so kind, and they’re ONE of a kind. Let me give you the skinny on them:
Elder Wilsher: He’s the Brit. His family moved here from England right before he started high school, so he’s got a LEGIT accent. He’s freaking hilarious and he’s super sweet.
Elder Scaife: Companions with Elder Wilsher, both of them are our Zone Leaders. Elder Scaife has great taste in books and movies and is a great conversationalist.
Elder Sorenson: Aka Elder “Fix It!” He is super great at fixing problems. He’s fixed a couple of broken jewelry pieces for me, and is always willing to serve. He’s awesome!
Elder Bartlett: He’s just crazy. Knows the scriptures SUPER well and will tell you things straight up.
It’s a nice little mix, eh? I love them. ESPECIALLY because they’re just hilarious. They pranked us SUPER bad on New Year’s! They came to our door and stacked up all of these red and blue plastic cups, some of them filled with water, others with confetti, and even taped it on the other side of the door so that if it fell, it would fall into us when we opened the door. LUCKILY I am a boss and was able to dismantle it without any harm of any kind to Sister Lancaster or myself. Yeah. That’s right. :) The pictures are pretty funny. :)
New Year's prank from the Elders

New Year’s prank from the Elders

They are also super creative, these elders. This Saturday there was a baptism! The English elders had one and so did some of our elders. But there was a teensy little problem… the hot water stopped working! Or rather, the faucet handles were mislabeled (but they didn’t figure that out until it was too late!) So, what did they do? They go to the kitchen, find this HUGE pot- you could call it a cauldron, really- and filled it with hot water from the sink, then hauled it over to the font and dumped it in. It was super great.
Filling the font with hot water

Filling the font with hot water

Singing at the baptism

Singing at the baptism

What else did we do for New Year’s? Well, nothing too interesting. We had to be in early (and thank goodness, because it was LOCO outside!) Sister Lancaster and I picked up some Domino’s pizza and some soda and made a night of it… we stayed up, ate, I did some crocheting, and then went to bed early. Yeeeep. I wish I could say I was just kidding. Haha, but that’s the life of a missionary, right? You wouldn’t expect anything less of me :)

Note to Mom- "That's right Mom-Hawaiian! Your picky eater is growing up!"

Note to Mom- “That’s right Mom-Hawaiian! Your picky eater is growing up!”

Dr. Pepper and Domino's Pizza. Not exactly Times Square, but this is how we do it!

Dr. Pepper and Domino’s Pizza. Not exactly Times Square, but this is how we do it!

In other news, we went to the temple today! Then we went to the 9/11 memorial, which was super somber. There’s a very special spirit there, like of reverence and respect. The new freedom tower that they’re building looks AMAZING. I was super impressed.

South Manhattan Freedom Tower

South Manhattan Freedom Tower

Anyways, that’s about all that’s new to report. Oh yeah, and I TURN 22 THIS MONTH! On the 22nd, no less. It’s my golden birthday! Woohoo. :)
Well, I love you all lots and lots.
Con amor,
Hermana Rogers

 

Christmas in New York!

27 Dec
The scarf I made!!

The scarf I made!!

Dear family and friends,
FELIZ NAVIDAD! It’s been a wonderful week here in Inwood! I absolutely ADORE being back in the city. Like, a ton. We live super close to the chapel, and the train station, and the grocery store, and the post office, and the library, and the bishop… it’s just nuts! I LOVE it.
So we had the ward Christmas party on Saturday night… there were soo many people that came! It was lost of fun. I won’t lie, I was missing my Yonkers folks for a bit. But Sunday was great, cause I got to meet everyone! This ward seems super awesome. I know I’m going to love it here. And Sister Lancaster is amazing! We get along super well. I’m glad it’s just us in our little apartment. It helps us to bond :)
We had a wonderful little Christmas! It was super great. We opened up presents in the morning, then went over to Bishop’s to use his computer to Skype. Later on, we went over to Sherley and Sonia’s for Christmas dinner! Yep, Sherley and Sonia from Harlem! They live up in our zone area, so we were able to go and visit them. It was so great. I just loved it. It was chill but awesome. I got some sweet gifts and it was SO amazing to talk to my family! :)
Other than that, not too much to report. We’re going to hit up some awesome after-Christmas sales! Can’t wait. I’ll write more next week.
Love you all!
Sister Rogers
The awesome necklace my mommy made me

The awesome necklace my mommy made me

Bath and Body Works gift card! Christmas morning, in the jammies mommy gave me.

Bath and Body Works gift card! Christmas morning, in the jammies mommy gave me.

The goody bags I made for the zone.

The goody bags I made for the zone.

 

 

 

 

Christmas Surprise!!

20 Dec
Christmas with the Rockettes!

Christmas with the Rockettes!

Dear family and friends,
Happy Christmas season, otra vez! I have somewhat exciting news. Shocking, really. I’M BEING TRANSFERRED! Today, in fact. In like three hours. I stayed up late with my roommates last night packing… it was such a nightmare! Hahaha but I was glad to have the help. So, where am I going, you might ask? I’m going BACK TO THE CITY! Just to a different part. I will be going to North Manhattan, Inwood, to be specific. This change was completely and totally unexpected. Since Sister Major is going home in a week, we figured that I would for sure be staying here in Yonkers to take over the area. However, we got “shot calls” on Sunday night and were told that we are being whitewashed! (Which basically means that they’re putting two new missionaries in instead of leaving at least one who has been in the area. The big shocker is that Sister Richey (who JUST left one transfer ago, after being here for 6 months) and Sister Taylor, my trainer (who served in Yonkers for 3 transfers at the beginning of her mission) are the ones who will be coming back! So they both know the area, they both are super loved by the ward, and everything is working out just the way that it needs to. I was a little bummed at first because I had really been looking forward to spending Christmas here, but now that the shock has worn off, I’m just excited! I’m excited to go back to the city– I LOVE the city. Have I mentioned that?! I’ll be serving with Sister Lancaster, who is a brand new missionary that just came in last cycle. I’ve talked with her a bit and she seems super amazing, so I’m wayyy excited to get to serve with her!
So yeah, Christmas surprise, right?! Haha so crazy. But I really am looking forward to serving in a new area and getting to know the people there. I hear that Inwood is Dominican land… like a mini DR right in New York. The accents might kill me, but I’m determined to keep my Spanish pure and clear. (It’s this weird OCD thing I have! Haha) I’m super pumped though. I said goodbye to my favorite people here and I’ve got plans to keep in touch with them. I’m sad I was only here in Yonkers for 3 months, but I’m grateful for the time that I have had here. I love these people! The great thing about the mission is that there will always be new people to meet and to love. :) I, for one, can’t wait. Leaving Yonkers was way easier than leaving Harlem– I think I’m finally getting used to all the changes that are part of the life of the missionary. I’m getting better at adjusting to change! So that’s happy.
Well, we’re off to Transfers Meeting soon. I’m excited for this new chapter! :) I’ll keep you all posted about how my first (and only) Christmas in the mission goes. I love you all! :)
Con amor,
Hermana Rogers

I LOVE CHRISTMAS!

13 Dec
Twinkle lights from Mama. Now it's Christmas!

Twinkle lights from Mama. Now it’s Christmas!

Dear family and friends,
Happy holidays! The holiday season is in full swing, and I couldn’t be more in love with Christmas. (como siempre!) I love the lights, the smiles and just the general feeling in the air. It’s just wonderful. Sister Major’s mom sent us a package for the 12 days of Christmas. There’s different wrapping on every gift and there’s a code sheet for which present we open which day. There’s a present for each of us! Sister Major’s mom even made us Christmas pillowcases with our names embroidered on them! So cool. I also got an AMAZING package from my mom filled with Christmas crafting goodies :) She knows me so well. I LOVE CHRISTMAS! :)
This weekend, we had a boda! (wedding) A couple in our ward got married and it was so great! We helped them set up the tables in the chapel and set up the decorations and I even helped decorate the cake! It was so great. It was a huge party and we even had an investigator show up! It was basically a ward activity. :) My whole mission I’ve wanted to help plan a boda! So I can finally check that one off my mission bucket list.
I continue as a sickling… this cold I’ve got is the cold that just keeps on giving… slash taking all of my energy and health! Haha it’s not as bad as that, but it’s just a little annoying to be hacking away all the time. It was especially fun when I had to speak in church this last Sunday! :) Luckily I got through it without coughing up a lung, so I was very grateful for that.
Also, last night, we had our second Noche de Amistad (night of friendship) at the chapel! It was so so great. We had a message about Christmas, and a lot of our people from English class showed up! Our activity was making Gingerbread houses! We put the people into groups and they had a little contest, and we judged them. We gave them funny names, like “The House that Hurricane Sandy Visited” or “Most Creative Use of Materials” or “The Man Cave.” Everybody had such a great time. I think the ward is really starting to love these nights where we all come together. It’s also helping us gain the trust of the members, which I love. I love them and I want them to trust us and get excited about missionary work in our area. We have a big planning meeting coming up this Saturday, so we’re super pumped about that.
Today was a pretty awesome P-Day. We went down into the city and went to Rockefeller Center and took some Christmas pictures. We went down to Chinatown with President and Sister Morgan as well- so fun! It was awesome.
Anyways, I hope everyone is having a wonderful Christmas season! I love you all. :)
Con amor,
Hermana Rogers
Giant twinkle lights!

Giant twinkle lights!

Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree!

Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree!

 

It’s That Time of Year Again…

6 Dec

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Dear family and friends,
It’s that time of year again… you know the one I’m talking about. COLD SEASON! Yep, I’ve been hit, and hit bad. My poor companion had a horrible cold last week and this week it got me. I’ve had an excruciating cough for the last 3-4 days and it’s been a little miserable. We haven’t really been able to go out and work, which has been a struggle. But we’re pushing through, as always! I’ve had to face my fear/ absolute loathing of liquid cough medicine so that I can sleep at night and be able to breathe. :) Luckily, my companion has been where I’ve been, so she’s taking care of me very nicely.
This week, we had two zone conferences! One was a mini one, up in Newburgh. It was addressed specifically to the youth up there who are interested in serving missions in the future. They became our “companions” for a few hours and we did a few exercises practicing knocking doors and talking to people, extending baptismal challenges. It was super fun! It made me realize how far I’ve come– I actually had things to teach these young girls! I remember being in their shoes, shy, knowing nothing about how to really talk to people and share the message that we have. It’s so cool to look back and see progress. :)
Then on Monday, we had the opportunity to listen to Elder Johnson, who is a member of the Seventy, and we had a great time with him. He talked to us about being productive missionaries and the importance of obedience. It was a great experience.
Other than that, there’s not too much new to report! Just chugging along, feeling the holiday spirit and such. Enjoying the little time I have left with Sister Major before she goes home and ends her mission! I really do love that girl. :) I also love the senior couples that live in our building– they sure look out for us, especially when we’re sick. :) Them and the ward members, I’ll tell ya… we got some more soup made for us once another member found out that I was sick now! I just love this place.
Well, happy holidays to all. Wash your hands and avoid sick people like the plague! :)
Love,
Sister Rogers

 

Dominican Chicken Noodle Soup for the Soul

29 Nov

Me and Mama Osorio cookin’ up platanos in the kitchen!

Dear family and friends,

What a week! Thanksgiving was an interesting experience, to say the least. I absolutely loved getting a peek into the lives of our lovely Latin members and seeing how they celebrate our American holiday. First of all, there are a few key differences. Latins, as we discovered (and much to our dismay), eat their Thanksgiving dinner at night! They don’t start at 2 or 3 in the afternoon, they start at 6, 7, or 8! That was a shocker. Also, while turkey is a staple dish, it is not the only one… what kind of Latin Thanksgiving would it be without rice?? And platanos, of course. Oh, it was such fun to observe. I made rice krispy treats and oatmeal cinnamon cookies and we took them around to some of the families in our ward. I tried to help them cook and prepare wherever we went. It was so much fun! We went around and around, visited with our ward members, and then finally, at 8 o’clock, we ate. :) It was a wonderful dinner that we shared with Ramona and Juan (our recent convert) and their family. It was super delicious! And such a cool experience. Gotta love holidays on the mission. The only thing that was lacking was homemade rolls and mashed potatoes… but that’s okay! There’s always next year.

This weekend was a bit of a dud, just because Sister Major had a terrible cold, so we stayed home for a lot of the time. It was kind of hard to be stuck inside for so long, but I’m not complaining too very much because it is FREEZING outside! Seriously. Any inside time I can get, I’ll take it. I’m stocking up on warm clothing as much as I can! I’m gonna need it to get through the winter.

Our ward is just SO great. We have a family that lives really close to us, and we called them one night and asked them if they had a can of soup or something that we could borrow. They didn’t, but they whipped up a huge pot of Dominican Chicken Noodle Soup and brought it right over! They called a lot and made sure that we were doing alright. Such a huge blessing, seriously. I love love love them!

By the time Sunday rolled around, Sister Major still wasn’t 100%, but she wanted to go to the first hour of church. So, we go, and I end up having a miraculous experience! It was pretty cool. When we walk into church, I hear Bishop asking another elder if he could translate for a man who was visiting our ward who didn’t speak any Spanish. This elder and his companion are both pretty new in the mission, and neither of them felt comfortable translating. My companion is sick, and doesn’t even have a voice to talk with, so… guess who it falls to to translate? Yep, yours truly. So I think, okay, I can do this. So I get up to the stand where he’s sitting, introduce myself, and then he hands me something. What is it? It’s his talk! I thought I”d just be translating the Spanish into English so that he could understand, but oh, no. They want me to translate his talk from English to Spanish in front of the whole ward! Holy moly. So I try to see who else could possibly translate, but there’s literally no one. So as church is starting, I’m reading over the talk, frantically trying to translate and racking my brain for vocabulary. (The first paragraph alone was all about triathalons and bikes and had words like “spoke” and “discs”, neither of which I know in Spanish). By the time I got to the second paragraph, one thing was very clear: There was no way I was going to be able to do this on my own. So I put the talk down and just start praying as hard as I can. Praying, praying, praying. Finally, after translating the first two talks from Spanish to English for him, it’s his turn to talk and I’m up. I’m holding the microphone in one hand and the printed copy of the talk in English in the other. As he starts to speak, I hear the words come out of my mouth in Spanish, and after that, they don’t stop. They just keep coming! If I can’t think of the exact word, another one comes to my mind that means the same thing. A couple of times, the ward had to help me out with a few words, but for the most part, I did just fine! And more than that, I spoke with the best accent I’ve ever had on my mission. I haven’t been able to get it back since then, but I know that I’m capable of it now :) What a miracle! I’m so grateful that I was able to put my trust and faith in the Lord and that He answered my prayer.

I know that the Lord hears our prayers and cares about us! In this busy holiday season, let’s not forget that the Lord is so conscious about everything we are going through, and He wants to help us– we just have to let Him. I’m so glad that I’ve finally learned my lesson about not relying on my own strength… because with the Lord’s help, I can do anything! And so can all of you :)

I love all of you lots and lots and lots! I hope you’re keeping warm and healthy.

Love,
Sister Rogers

Happy Thanksgiving!! :) Dia de Pavo!

22 Nov

Turkey… with platanos (from Dia de Pavo) SO DOMINICAN. Love it.

Dearest family and friends,
Happy Thanksgiving! I can’t believe this much time has passed. It’s almost Christmas, for crying out loud, and I’m already past my halfway mark. How crazy is that? Time really does fly. This week, we celebrated Thanksgiving as a ward, in our “Dia de Pavo,” or “Turkey Day!” Everyone brought lots of food and we had a big ole fiesta. It was fantastico! There was awesome Latin music playing, (which is my new favorite, by the way!) and it was just so lovely to be with all the people in the ward and to spend some good quality time with them. Tomorrow, we’ll be heading to a couple of members’ houses to have some lunch and dinner. It should be super great.
Last week for P-Day we went to Chinatown! It was quite an interesting experience. We had an elder with us who served in South Manhattan for a long time, so he showed us all the best places. We went and got real, genuine dumplings, plus some Bubble Tea stuff (that wasn’t really tea, it was more like a slush). The shopping was fabulous, and I’ve discovered that I have a new weakness: Scarves. I can justify buying them, though, because it’s starting to get really cold! And you’ve got to have scarves to stay warm, right? :) I especially love the infinity ones, the scarf that’s all one thing, cause that way it just covers your whole neck and you don’t have to be fixing it constantly. In fact… this week, I picked up a new hobby! Or at least, a skill that I’m trying to develop: crocheting! I know, I know, it sounds like an old lady thing. And maybe it is! But I don’t care :) We have this crocheting expert in our ward, and after she showed me a lot of her projects and how cute they were, I got inspired. Why whip out lots of money to pay for a scarf when I can make one, and develop a new skill in the process? I’ve actually gotten pretty far on it, but it’s still not as long as I want it to be yet, but I’ll take pictures when I’m done. :)
We got news that we’re going to go down to Queens again this Friday and Saturday to help out, which I’m really grateful for. I feel so far away and whenever we get the chance to help, we jump at it!
It’s been awhile since I’ve done a Missionary: True Life moment. So, here’s the skinny on the type of AWKWARD MOMENTS: Bathroom Edition that I personally have experienced in the day to day mission life. I have other awkward moments/ situations that I will share in future emails. :)
  • Locked in the Bathroom. This is one of my personal favorites, and actually happened pretty recently. We went to a member’s house and I had to go to the bathroom really bad, so I told the lady whose house it was that I was going, and then I headed straight for it. It wasn’t until I had pulled the door behind me and the doorknob fell OFF when I realized what had happened. She had tried to tell me in Spanish before I went in that it was broke, but I guess I was kind of “in the zone” and missed it. So here’s me on one side of the door, trying to find a way out, while they’re barking orders at me in Spanish, using words I either don’t know or can’t remember because I’m so stressed. Don’t worry, I got out alive– but it’s definitely a story I will remember :)
  • No toilet paper. This is one that used to get me all the time. You ask to use the bathroom, walk in, and discover that there is no TP. What do you do? Well first, you look around really thoroughly and make sure you haven’t missed it. When that doesn’t work, you go out and awkwardly ask if they have TP or you just stay in there long enough, flush the toilet, then come out and just end up holding it. I’ve done both. :) It used to be a bigger thing when I was new in the mission and a little shy, but now, I just walk right out and tell them that there isn’t any toilet paper, and it isn’t a big deal. :)
  • Can’t find the light in the bathroom. There’s this one house… for the last two times I’ve went in, I haven’t been able to find the light! I came out this last time and they finally showed me where the light was… it was really embarrassing. But everybody’s got different lights, you know? Some people have them on chains, some with switches, and they’re always in the wrong place. Always.
  • Emergency Potty Breaks. This is something that happened a lot to me in the city, and it was much worse there because stores just don’t have bathrooms in them. You have to go to a member’s house and ask to use theirs… and then you have to stay and talk with them so they don’t think you’re just using them for their bathroom. Here, however, I had the most embarrassing emergency potty break of my LIFE… and yes, I am swallowing my scruples and sharing it for the sake of the integrity of this blog, and of course for your entertainment. So once upon a time, we were in the eternal gas line that never ended. (Yep, that recent.) And I had to use the bathroom really bad. Like I’m talking considering-going-in-a-ziploc-bag bad. My companions didn’t know what to do. Finally I couldn’t do it anymore. I got out of the car and approached a man who was standing in his front yard and asked him, “Is this your house?’ “Yeah.” “Can I use your bathroom please??” The poor guy didn’t even have electricity in his house, but he let me go. It was a miracle. But my companions didn’t let me forget it.. they teased me for quite a few days afterwards. :)
Well, I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s episode of Missionary: True Life. I hope this inspires you all to be so grateful for the awkward bathroom moments you don’t have to face on a daily basis :) Happy Thanksgiving!! :D
Love,
Sister Rogers

Little kids playing with balloons at Dia de Pavo!

Chillin’ with Homer Simpson in Chinatown, NYC.

 

My Mormon Missionary Helping Hands

15 Nov

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My Mormon Helping Hands

14 Nov

Hurricane Helping Hands

Dear family and friends,
What an incredible week it has been! So many amazing opportunities and experiences we have had. Everything has felt different since Hurricane Sandy hit. There’s a different vibe in Yonkers, a different vibe in the mission, just everything different. Everyone is praying for the people who were affected by it– now more than ever, for me personally, because I had the chance to see firsthand the incredible damage that was done.
This past Saturday, our whole stake loaded up onto yellow school buses and made the almost 2 hour trek down to Rockaway’s/ Queens area (I still don’t know exactly where we were, but it was right on the water) to go help out. Along the way, we saw boats in the middle of the road, stranded there, left where the water had carried them. When we arrived to the work site, we were met by a sea of yellow vests and smiling faces. There’s already a hefty team that’s been going strong ever since the storm hit, helping with the clean-up. It consists a lot of the missionaries in the New York South Mission. We had the chance to work with them, and they told us that their mission has been changed to a service mission for the time being– they work on helping people all day, every day… there’s that much work to be done. So they split us into groups of 8 or so (we were told that the missionaries needed to stay together, so that’s what we did) and they sent us to a house to go help them clean out their basement. When I say clean out, what I mean is “gut.” These basements were absolutely trashed. It was so tragic. We helped one man who is a famous Broadway musical director– I almost cried as I had to throw away pages and pages of sheet music and scripts and books. I’m sure it was way harder for him. After cleaning out all of the junk (and it all had turned to junk because of the water damage), we then proceeded to tear out the carpet and all the walls and insulation. Literally, we gutted it.
It was hard work, but fulfilling. The people were so incredibly grateful. They were just plain floored that we were so willing to come and help, and that our organization had been there for so long, and that we were still going. It was a really special thing to be able to help people out who had felt hopeless and overwhelmed by their destroyed homes. Another cool part was that we were able to work a bit with some members from our ward! They put us right next to each other, and then we ended up combining efforts, so it was a nice bonding experience. :)
The down side of doing service was that it took us FOREVER to get back… and made us a little bit late for our baptism! Luckily, the Latin culture has no problem with starting things late, so it worked out fine. We had scheduled the baptism for 7 but started at 8. Oh yeah, did I mention? It’s JUAN’S baptism! He’s our investigator! It was so great. :) It was really special too because Sister Richey and Sister Portugal, the two sisters who started teaching him (and taught him most of the lessons) got special permission from President to be there for his baptism, so that made him really happy. It was so great. It was especially happy because his wife is a member, and so is his nephew and so everybody was just beaming and happy. Juan’s such a happy guy as it is. I love being around him! His happiness is contagious. I’m glad I was able to see his journey.
In other news, English class is going strong! Elder Pickard, one of the newer elders who just got transferred to our area, served with me in Harlem my last cycle there. Now that he’s here, he and I are putting all of our Harlem English-class experience to good work! It’s been such a success there, and we really want to expand it to here. We’ve even heard of missionaries in other parts of the mission who are trying to start English classes as well based off of our method so that they can have the same success. It’s cool to see it spread! I love it.
Quick little anecdote… last Wednesday, we had to go in early because there was this huge snow storm that came in. It was pretty bad. Our roommates were a little bit later coming in than we were, and their car got stuck trying to go up the hill to our parking lot! We bundled up, grabbed Elder and Sister McAllister (one of the Senior couples that live in our building) and went down to help them try to push their car. It was CRAZY! The wind was blowing, and it felt like a million tiny icicles were pelting my face… and I’m pretty sure they were! Luckily, some men with plows and shovels came and helped us out, cause we were getting nowhere. It was intense, and now I’m a little bit afraid for when the real winter comes. It’s still not freezing every single day, but I know it’s coming. I’m stocking up on some heavy winter clothes- leggings, scarves, etc. Hopefully that’ll save me!
Well, that’s about it! Todo bien aqui en Yonkers. A mi me encanta estar aqui con mi companera y todas las personas en nuestro barrio. Son maravillosos ellos! (I love being here with my companion and all of the people in our ward. They’re awesome!)
I LOVE YOU ALL! Have a wonderful week and pray that I won’t freeze my butt off :) We’re going to Chinatown today and will be doing a lot of walking… Should be GREAT! :)
Con amor,
Hermana Rogers

 

Picture Postcards- “Fall” in Love with NY

8 Nov

Sleepy Hollow in the Fall. Look at all these colors!

Rikes Raggy- We visited Sleepy Hollow Cemetery on Halloween!

Scary moment at the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery

The Sisters visiting Sleepy Hollow