Then I realized that I had the evidence in pictures of my two youngest children as LDS Missionaries in Japan and Ohio, USA, wearing the yellow, green, and blue!
|My son, A-5, shoveling snow in Japan wearing the "Helping Hands" or "Mãos que Ajudam" vest.|
|My son, A-6 (second from right), recently returned from Ohio, wearing the Brazilian "Helping Hands" colors on a t-shirt with a few others.|
|LDS Helping Hands in Ghana|
|The project included sewing and assembling small “Broviac” catheter bags, which deliver life-saving medicine into the child’s body. The portable nature of the catheter enables a child suffering from cancer to move about freely.|
|Mt. Baker Ward, south Australia, planting trees to help restore a wetland.|
The weird part is that although I have been on more service projects than I can count on a thousand fingers, I have never donned the yellow vest or t-shirt. Something must be done about that. After all I do count as um dos Santos dos Últimos Dias!