Monday, April 27, 2009

In the immortal words of Dean Martin...

...she's going to "Houston...Houston...Houston!" English-speaking. June 24th. Warm weather. No snow. Home of a few great sports teams. The Atros. The Texans. The Rockets. Home of several great universities, including Rice and Baylor. There is a space program there. It's given opportunity to one of the most famous movie quotes of all times, "Houston. We have a problem." It is also home of the 97th temple. And, soon to be home of one of the greatest sister missionaries-to-be in the world. Sister. Sorensen. That's Whitney Sorensen. Or, as we have been saying for the past four days...Whitney! Houston! Whitney! Houston! WHITNEY! HOUSTON!

5 comments:

Judy said...

Have been to Houston a few times (airports and driving through at midnight!). Humidity is something to watch out for. We have had friends from Midland move to Houston. Some have returned because they love it soooo much! Troy's brother went to Houston on his mission. A friend from Midland went to Houston on his mission. Didn't the Lewis boy go on his mission to Houston? A kid I use to babysit who's mom was my mutual leader went to Houston. Friends from high school live in Houston. It's a great place. Keep me informed as to where she is serving and I will let my friends watch out for her! Also my neighbor (not LDS) is from Houston. Karen is wonderful. Loves Houston. Her son is attending Texas A&M. Along with a few kids from our stake are going there or graduated from here. Friend in our wards his parents live there too. Which mission is she going to? It will be here soon. I am sooo excited for her. You have a busy few months. Graduation and Mission! Wow!

Karalee said...

Woot. We'll be watching for mission blog posts from you now! Go Whitney!!!

Sandy said...

Yay Whitney! Heavenly Father could not ask for a better sister missionary. She will be wonderful!! :)

momof3 said...

how exciting houston is blessed to have you there.

Michelle said...

If babysitting is any indication of success as a missionary (and in life), Houston will be in good shape soon! Congrats!