So last Monday we ended up in the ER from 10-1 in the morning for my companion and a kidney stone. We are still patiently waiting the exit of the stone. It was really weird to be out so late at night, and to be wearing sweat pants out in public. Don’t worry I remembered to grab my name tag. Also, I made sure to film her after they gave her the heavy drugs, so you don’t have to worry about that. Continue reading
This week has been one of learning. I’m confident that the Lord has a very clear plan of what he needs us to learn before he puts us back into the world. I’ve learned a lot as a missionary, but my learning definitely wasn’t finished, and I don’t think it’s over yet. Sometimes the Lord sticks us into the fire when we think we need to be having a breezy time. I’m grateful that he still loves me enough to mold me into something different, something better. He truly is our loving Heavenly Father.
Interesting updates and questions email today. Sent from Dad’s email and half written by Elly and Mom. Good team work I guess. It sounds like you are all doing very well, Elly used lots of words like “legit,” “master,” “kicking butt,” etc to describe each of you. So sounds like you are all on top of things. Continue reading
I’m officially in my last transfer. We got transfer calls, and Hermana Correa and I are staying here in Umatilla… or are we?
You’ll all be happy to know that we found Bek a husband. You’re welcome
You’ll be happy to know the jalapeno cheesy bread is back at subway.
You’ll also be happy to know that I have very little to say. Continue reading
We went to a nice zone conference in Walla Walla Washington. I was so excited about going to walla walla. It looks just like Salt Lake City. The drive there was beautiful! I was in heaven; we took a road that goes along the Columbia River just about the whole way. aaahhhh
At zone conference I had to give my departing testimony, it was quite the experience.I thought it was kinda lame, because honestly I’m not a departing missionary. The thing that did make me feel old in the mission was that I knew all of the people that sent in their RM reports… Crazy stuff.
So it was really awesome to see you all and skype with you. It’s funny
how normal it is to see you, sometimes I forget you are real people and
you just seem like this made up family in my head. I’m glad you are just
about as cool as I imagine you to be. Continue reading