Argentine Cordoba Mission picture: Alan and Karla, Steve & Stacy, Eric & Lori, Bob & Carrie, Tom & Shauna. A small but happy group!
It's was time for some missionary buddies to get together for some Spanish memories. Tom and Shauna flew down from Coeur d' Alene, Id. and Eric found us a place to eat Argentine food! Shauna had broken her knee 6 days earlier (and didn't tell any of us), had surgery on it and flew down here! She is a crazy lady and was in pain (she said she was fine, but I can't imagine flying with a broken leg!)! She never complained (she is a mystery to me, I must learn from her ways) and didn't want Tom to miss the reunion. I hope she gets something REALLY nice for Mother's Day for doing this trip!
We ate at a little bakery called "Pampas" in Sugar House. It was a bakery and not really set up for dinners, but the boys speaking their Spanish magic managed to get tables for us and the food was authentic Argentine (so the boys said). We ate Milanesa Napolitana, Empanadas Portenas, Ensalada Rusa, wonderful flautita bread with Dulce de leche (my favorite). As usual there was not enough time to chat. We decided we better do it again in two years and not wait five years again. There was too much catching up on our lives and no time to reminisce! Next reunion lets bring pictures of the boys on their mission and have some good laughs! "Viva la revolucion Argentina!"