Dee Murisa: February 2018
We received this letter from Kellyville Ridge, a Sydney suburb in New South Wales:
"Dear All, It was so lovely seeing you all, albeit briefly. We were all so homesick and were thankful for that brief opportunity to visit, and share a couple of services with you. We arrived safely and were met with some very high temperatures, which we are adjusting to. Evan says he is "melting" in the heat. We are now settling into our new home and Evan started "big school" this week. If anyone ever ventures down under, it would be lovely to see you...All blessings, Dee, Raymond, Evan & Eliana (see photo on notice board)."
Dee & Ray's contact details can be obtained from the church office.
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