Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Taylor got his mission call!!!

Our nephew Taylor Rozier is going to MORRIS TOWN, NEW JERSEY-SPANISH SPEAKING on a 2 year mission for our church!

He enters the Missionary Training Center on June 2nd!   
 Front row: Kate, Nicole, Kim, Tess
Back row:  Tanner, Scott, Taylor

And of course we could never forget Taylor's little brother Romeo, 
who would have been 13 now.

Here's Taylor, acting just like his Dad


grandmapeg said...

Congratulations to your nephew! It is always so exciting to find out where these young people are going on their missions. I wonder if he will pick up any kind of an Eastern accent!

Dad and Susan said...

Isn't this SO EXCITING?! We are thrilled for him. When does he leave--do you know? Love your pictures. Very momentous blog. Love, Dad and Susan

Lisa said...

WOW! He's in for some real Jersey experiences, especially the weird road. You miss a turn off...it's like good luck. How fun that he'll be serving a Spanish mission there!

I cannot BELIEVE the LIFT he has on that snowboard! It's probably a good thing he's going somewhere where the mountains won't be calling his name!

Lovely family. This post has a lot of history.

Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

Congratulations to Taylor. I am sure he will have many wonderful experiences there. That is great that he gets to learn Spanish and not have to leave the US.

Those pictures of Romeo are so cute. He was the sweets boy. I can't believe he would be 13.

Natalie said...

My brother AND my aunt went there, but not spanish speaking. They loved it! Congratulations, that's so exciting!

Becca said...

crazy. i was clicking links on blogs, ended up here and read this post. i live in the morristown stake and am in a spanish speaking branch. he'll love it. it's really great here!

Jill said...

Amazing Becca! I hope you look for Elder Rozier...sounds like you will probably see him!

Natalie...What year did your brother and aunt serve in that mission? This is crazy.

Sue said...

What is he doing way up there in the air?! Who does he think he is, Shaun White?! (Pretty cool!!)

Congrats on his mission. And I love that you included little Romeo in the family picture. We need to remember ALL of our people, here and "on missions," regardless of where they are serving.


Valerie said...

WooHoo! Spanish speaking. :) Congrats to him. I hope that he can find as many thrills on his mission as his crazy jumps into the air. You've got some brave people in your family.