Category Connor

Elder McKee, [almost] signing off!

Exactly a week from today will be the day little brother, Elder Connor McKee, is finished serving a two year, full-time voluntary mission for the Church. I am enormously proud and terribly excited to join him and my parents in France next week. Connor worked harder than anybody I know to be able to serve […]

AU REVOIR, ELDER MCKEE!

Dropped him off and got on with it. It was the first time my parents had physically checked one of their boys in to the Mission Training Centre. It was a pretty raw experience for them, I could tell. It was kind of raw for all of us I guess. Mostly because Connor’s all of our favourite; we […]

LATERBLOG: THE MOST POPULAR HOST IN TOWN

  Pre-mission, little brother Connor came to visit his old-sis in the Big Smoke. It was lovely to have him to myself for a couple of days, where I showed him off at church, and showed him some of my favourite haunts. Here he is in Trafalgar Square: Sibs. Connor and I are nine whole […]

THIS IS LITTLE BROTHER

Oops, how did that get in there? THIS is little brother, who grumbled when I insisted on taking some snaps of him: He’s a good looking guy. But ok, let’s examine his natural look: Even the camera couldn’t focus.

A FRANKFURTER CHRISTMAS

Here it is folks: Frankfurt christmas market.  Imagine it a bit more packed with people.  This is one of my favourite things about Germany: people, the smells, the music and the FOOD.  Our favourite meal of choice is a cone of chips topped with curry sauce.  Wash it down with some piping spiced red grape […]

THE PAINTED PRESENT PROJECT

This year for christmas little brother Connor and I made a pact to paint one another a christmas present instead of buying something.  It was a difficult task to actually come up with something to paint.  I don’t think either of us are professed painters– but the results of the task were incredibly surprising and […]

ODE TO UNPRODUCTIVITYNESS

As with the majority of my posts, I blog to you from a pit of other work that I should probably continue focusing my attention on.  Alas, you will know by now that my attention meanders in a way that makes it impossible for me to be entirely productive in any amount of given time. […]