Monday, March 23, 2015

Mission Letter Week 88 - 23 March 2015

Wow has this week been great! :D I am absolutely LOVING Snow Ward!

Sooooo here is the deal. I am in the SAME District. I moved next door and I still technically live in Meadows Ward boundaries, hahaha. And Elder Ripa was already in Snow Ward, we are teaching a few people but they are all out of town right now. BUT! Elder Ripa was in the MTC with me!!! When I got calls I was so pumped! We have been having a blast doing service like gardening and farming, contacting a LOT of less active families and singing Barbie songs............yep. Found out we both have younger sisters that watched those growing up and so started our missionary rendition of Princess And The Pauper and Fairytopia. XD I have video evidence of a little bit of that…. Dropbox!

Like I said, Lots of service this week and we have a lot of appointments set now...for a week from now ._. oi. But hey, at least they are set!

Braky, that is an awesome trek story! And great pictures too. Thanks for the story update. :)

I am loving my life these days, and it is awesome to be in Snow Ward. We are looking to get the members pumped by using the ward missionaries and then getting more ward missionaries and keep giving them assignments and going out with them. :D

I gotta get those pics up now and email president...peace out, love you guys!

~ Elder 9


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA This is from Elder Johnson (newer guy)

Where You Live Makes A Difference

You may have heard on the news about a Southern California man
who was put under 72-hour psychiatric observation when it was found he owned 100 guns and allegedly had 100,000 rounds of ammunition stored in his home. The house also featured a secret escape tunnel.

By Southern California standards, someone owning 100,000 rounds
is considered "mentally unstable."

In Michigan, he'd be called "The last white guy still living in Detroit.”

In Arizona, he'd be called "an avid gun collector."

In Arkansas, he'd be called "a novice gun collector."

In Utah, he'd be called "moderately well prepared,"
but they'd probably reserve judgment until they made sure
that he had a corresponding quantity of stored food."

In Kansas, he'd be "A guy down the road you would want to have for a friend."

In Montana, he'd be called "The neighborhood 'Go-To' guy."

In Idaho, he'd be called "a likely gubernatorial candidate."

In Georgia, he'd be called "an eligible bachelor."

In North Carolina, Virginia, W.Va., Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky and South Carolina he would be called "a deer hunting buddy."

And in Texas: he'd just be "Bubba, who's a little short on ammo."

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