Saludos a todos deWell it is interesting to get an email from you while you are in
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Our week here in
We met some pretty crazy people this week. We talked to this crazy hippie guy. It was pretty funny. He was actually a member of the church at one time, but asked that his name to be taken off the records. He was banged up from years of craziness. He had his left leg amputated right above the knee, he was missing half of his right foot, and he had a broken wrist in a pink cast. It was quite a conversation we had, but it was amusing for us. I actually think that when he answered the door, that he just wanted to give us a good laugh. Well if that was his goal, he succeeded.
We also met a Jewish guy from
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We also went to a fireside for the juniors and seniors at the high school here. It was all about missions and how to prepare for them. It was a very powerful fireside and you could feel the Spirit there throughout the whole meeting. It was kind of weird because we were asked to go, but we thought it was just to be there to support them. Well that wasn't exactly the plan that everyone else had for us. They actually made it like a question and answer session and we were up in front and answering questions about missions and missionary work and the process to get there. It was really good and I wish they would have had something like that before my mission. Just a thought.
NEWS FROM HOME: Mom, I did get your letter this week with the thing your wrote for the missionary blog, and with all the quotes. I did really enjoy a lot of those quotes - I appreciate it. I did also get a package from Uncle Howard and Aunt Robin. So if you want to say thank you to them for me, I would really appreciate that.
Well my time is about up. We are actually going back out into the desert today, but not to the same place. So I will have more pictures for you next week! I love you all so much! Thank you for your support!
Vivalo, Amalo, Predicalo! de tu hijo amado! ELDER D