Has anyone seen Sis. Morgan?

Sis. Moooorgaaaaaaaan. (That is me calling for you out across the internet connections). Where are you? I haven't seen you on the blog and you don't respond to emails. Are you okay? Where are you?


Chan said...

Maybe she's in the mountains. Although I guess it's snowing up there, so maybe not.

Julie M said...

She could be snowed up in the mountains. Sis. Morgan, I am officially instigating a search party for you. I have given you ample amounts of time to respond.

When you all get back to school tomorrow, someone needs to go check her office and someone needs to go see her at home. See if she needs anything, you know, the typical.

There will be a substantial reward for the first person to find her.

Please report on the blog once you have word.

Jami said...

And don't ask if she needs anything--her response will be, as is typical, "Nope, I'm fine."--just pick up a few extra things at the grocery store.

Crystal said...

I've been wondering where she was. The last time I heard from her was Nov. 24th.
Has anyone tried texting her?

Chan said...


Julie M said...

Oh please Chan, you make me ill. Isn't the reward of heaven good enough? Fine. I'll send some chocolate. Now go find her!

Chan said...

A bird in hand is worth two in the bush; that's what I think about blessings in heaven.

I received a brief text from the person in question. She is alive and well, simply easing out of the holidays, nothing to worry about.

Please address the chocolate as follows:

Mr. Chan Warnick
224 E 2 S
Rexburg, ID 83440

Julie M said...

I'll send the chocolate, you heartless bird catcher, in exchange for her current cell phone number.

Do we have a deal?

Chan said...


(208) 313-1811

Jami said...

As well as Siter Morgan, Kaitlin Munk seems to be missing. She's going on a mission--but when? And I forgot exactly where in South America she's going. Can anyone please shed light? I'd like her address as well. (If she's already gone, which I think she is.) I'd appreciate it if anyone knows.

Crystal said...

She's in the MTC, and she's going to be serving in Peru until the Bolivia mission opens up again.

Her email address is: kaitlin.m.munk.bcm@myldsmail.net

and her other address is:
Sister Kaitlin Merri Munk
Bolivia Cochabamba Mission
Provo Missionary Training Center
2005 N 900 E
Provo, Utah

Sky said...

OK, this explains the text I received from Chan, which said, "Julie is looking for you and offering chocolate as a reward. If you text back, I'll split the reward with you." I had just got back from the mountains, where I had gone to get over the TG Holiday, where I DID get my truck stuck (and no eagles or bears this time). I was about to write obscenities all over my living room walls in black paint. But, ... Chan made me laugh. Thanks to all who were concerned. You have sensitive hearts, if you can feel my depression across so many miles. I'm impressed at our heart-links. And I now have the following quotation written across my forehead:
"You know quite well, deep within you, that there is only a single magic, a single power, a single salvation...and that is called loving.
Well then, love your suffering.
Do not resist it, do not flee from it.
It is only your aversion to it that hurts, nothing else."
-Hermann Hesse