Japan Week One

Aubree left for Japan May 5th, 2014. She left at 8:40am from the Salt Lake City Airport, stopped in Detroit for a quick layover, and the headed to Japan. She arrived in Japan 5:30 pm May 6th, 2014 (Japan time). We were able to talk to her from the airport in Salt Lake City, she called us at 6:40am. It was great to hear her voice. The first thing she said when I answered the phone was “Mommy”, in the most excited voice. We talked for a while, and at the end she gave us her testimony in Japanese, it was amazing and you could feel the spirit.

Aubree Flight to Detroit

Aubree Full Flight Path

Aubree Flight to Japan landing

The Mission Home in Japan sent us quick note.

Dear Parents,
Just a short note to let you know your missionary has arrived in Nagoya Japan.
Thanks for sharing them with us and for all you do.
Sincerely,
Sister Zimmerman
Japan Nagoya Mission
Secretary

Today We received an email from Aubree May 9th, 2014 at 5:40am our time (8:40pm Japan time). We were so happy and relived to hear from her.

On my monday at 12 (Japan time) I will be to able to do google plus. You start the group and invite everyone, and then just invite my normal account. It should be around 9 at sunday night for you guys. If I can`t get on google plus, then I will use my skype account. But I will try google first.
Love you all, hear are a couple pictures of what I have been up to the past couple days!!!

Aubree Japan Week 1 #2

Aubree Japan Week 1

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