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Taco Soup: 1 can refried beans 1 can chicken broth 1 can mild Rotel 1 can corn 1/2 pkg. of taco seasoning Combine this all together and heat. Garnish as desired with sour cream, guacamole, taco chips or your favorite cheese. This recipe is from Laura Almaroad, my sister and walking partner. Deputation has been quite an experience for our family! It has been a blessing in many ways, as the Lord is constantly teaching us things through all these experiences. Deputation can be a crazy time as we drive all over the country to get from meeting to meeting, but it can also be a time of family bonding and a time of making unforgettable memories. Kids really keep deputation interesting! Our kids have had us laughing over the many miles we've traveled. I'd like to share some of our missionary bloopers: Never too Young to Ask For Support We were at our very first out-of-town meeting. The church was HUGE and I felt so small and lost in the midst of so many people. My husband was off talking to the church folk, our three oldest children were at the playground with friends and I was dutifully standing next to our table with Steven trying very hard not to look as intimidated as I felt. I was talking with some ladies when I heard a child screaming, “PEOPLE, PEOPLE…WE NEED YOUR MONEY!” I broke out into a cold sweat, and prayed that, that wasn't one of my kids. I turned around to see Steven (3) holding a coffee cup and screaming again, “PEOPLE, PEOPLE…WE NEED YOUR MONEY!” We had recently let the kids watch The Little Rascals, and there was scene in the film after the kids clubhouse burned down that the kids were out begging for money with coffee cups. Steven thought this was hilarious, so of course when he finds an empty coffee cup he knows exactly what they're for! Cynthia Chad Islander – No 2, 2013 5