So this won't be a very long email. I am currently sitting on the transfer van heading down to Roseburg! I am going to be with Elder Fleming in Sutherlin. I am still a district leader so this will make eight transfers in leadership. It is going to be a jolly good time. But to kinda recap this week, this was a pretty rough week for Elder Bowers and I. We had a ton of lessons set up for this week but one by one they all canceled. It made me so frustrated that I couldn't leave Springfield 3rd on a high note. We were still able to teach William and Richard, Brother Halford, and a couple of other people.
Thanksgiving was pretty awesome though. We started off our morning doing Turkey Bowl and it was so much fun! Afterwards I was told I had game by one of the members! I had gotten picked last so I just did work and caught almost every ball thrown to me! We got cleaned up and we took 4th ward to the mission home so one of them could do an interview with President Russell. While we were waiting there, I saw a piece of paper on the kitchen table that had the new transfer information! Apparently I am going home on May 24th instead of May 17th! I am going to be serving a full two year mission haha! We got back to Springfield in time for our Thanksgiving feast with the Bolanders and a ton of other people! There was so much good food! We then did a white elephant and played a couple of games!
That's all I got to report!
However, I do want to mention some of the things I am grateful for!
- My family and friends for all the support they have given to me over the last 18 months
- The gospel of Jesus Christ and the hope that it has brought into my life
- Food. 'nuff said.
- Being able to have a roof over my head and a way to get around
- The Atonement
- The companions that I have had on my mission. I have learned so much from them and so much about myself
- My church leaders
- The example of my ancestors
- Being able to go to the temple quarterly
|With Elders Adams and Webb|
Oregon Eugene Mission
"Days Never to Be Forgotten"