WHERE IN THE WORLD IS OUR MISSIONARY?


ELDER SETH LORENZO COSBY
Tahiti Papeete Mission
L'Eglise de Jesus-Christ des Saints des Derniers Jours,
Mission Mormone, BP93
(for pkgs add: Cours de L'Union Sacree)
Papeete Tahiti 98714
Polynesie Francaise

11.5.08

THE COSBY KIDS DO MOTHERS DAY

Pictures of grandchildren (including video of the newst beautiful grandchild, little Anna), sweet conversation with a missionary son (which only occurs semi-annually), calls from sons, dinner with daughter and sons that they clean up, flowers, and . . . a nerf ball shooter, could Mothers' Day get any better than this?

Tomorrow I will take my new nerf shooter to semnary and shoot all the kids who fall asleep (10 more days of 6:00 a.m. seminary clases), that is, if I can find it . . .

I am a fortunate mother to have 7 beautiful children. No matter what happens on any Mothers Day I always remember this. The secret of a great mothers day is to say thank you to your children for making you a mother. It is a great gift. To enjoy the privelege of watching another person grow, especially someone bonded to you in love, is a truly awesome experience, in the fullest sense of that word. The secret is, of course, to be able to enjoy the ride . . . oftentimes a wild ride! Motherhood is not for sissies. Here's looking forward to more adventure. Thank you Cosby Kids and Grandkids . . . it was a joy to hear your voices this Mothers' Day, with the delightful icing of Isaac, Lincoln, and Isabelle's "I Love yous" and little Annas newborn coos.

I LOVE YOU! Mom GrannieAnnie

Happy Mother's Day

Hi Mom! Happy Mother's Day! I thought I would place a post on your blog for my mother's day "card".

I just wanted to let you know that I love you and that I am very grateful to have such a wonderful mother. I'm glad that you took the time that you did when I was growing to spend time with me, and I am still thankful for the phone calls and emails. Thanks for being a great mother.

As a gift, I thought I would share some pictures of your newest grandchild on this blog, so here they are:








And a video...

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