Saturday, April 24, 2010

Most of you know..

but William Heath Dewey and I are getting married on July 24th in the Twin Falls Temple. :]

Monday, April 12, 2010


If any of you are interested in contacting me over the next few years I have put together my address's along with guidelines if you feel so inclined to mail me a package! Follow the outline exactly and it will make it to me just fine.

Elder Bryan Allan Pearson Jr.
Czech Prague mission
Provo Missionary Training Center
2005 N 900 E
Provo UT 84604
Here^ until July 21st, then the next address for the remaining 2 years

Církev Ježíše Krista Svatých Posledních dnů
Elder Bryan Allan Pearson Jr
MiladyHorákové 85/95
170 00 Praha 7- Holešovice
Czech Republic-Europe
Phone 420-2-2432-2215 (required for packages) Don't try to reach me through this.

Do not put my name first on packages or letters or I will not get it. Follow the above example.
For Packages sent to Czech do not send via UPS, Fed-EX, or DHL, do not insure or declare the value of the contents higher than $80 if you want the package to arrive. It is best to send packages regular air mail or in global priority boxes or envelopes purchased at post office. Contents should be labeled as "Missionary Supplies", photos, CDs, books, candy, etc. If not packages may be subject to duty charges for at least the value of the package, or may never be received.

Keeping the magic alive

Soo... if anyone wants to be blown away in awe and overwhelming nostalgia... Lyndsay Denton's photography on her blog with do the trick. We have so many artists. Thanks for posting your work Lyndsay.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

BYUH Jerusalem Family!

So the time had come for Teren to graduate, and me to
leave Hawaii in preparation for my mission. Seeing as
we had only assembled the Jeru family once thus far
for a fireside, Teren an I decided to put together this
little shindig. First Teren an I made the Pita bread!
We let it rise for 3.5 hours then kneaded it for what
seemed like for ever then pinched it into little balls
then rolled them flat like these. We then proceeded to throw them in the oven where to our great delight they popped up like this! We never expected results like these, but this is only the first of whats to come. Teren an I
after this decided were were going to open up a bakery in the Old City.

Once all the pitas were baked Teren an I went to Tessa's house to meet the rest of the gang. Where we made falafel and hummus. It took awhile but it was just fun to hang out and reminisce about the old days haha. We left the balling to Marni and Clark while, Teren, and Tessa Fried. While all this was going on we left the mixing to Amanda and Aaron who made the Hummus. Here is a shot of some of the gang getting ready to dig in.

While here we have a close up of some fresh pita bread and the finished Falafel. Sorry for this messy-ness of this post it is really hard to arrange these pictures haha. Some of them got cut off so click for the whole picture.