Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Week 68 - Ketchup, Sidewalk Chalk, and more hot weather!

It's been another incredible week in Spring. I cannot say enough how much I love my mission. I am having the time of my life.
I've decided since I don't have the patience or attention span to write long letters or keep a good journal, I am just going to start video taping everything I do and everything that happens to me as a missionary.
I came to this realization on Friday as we were biking near down Stuebner Airline road:
Ok, so here comes the greatest mission story of all time. Me and my new companion are riding down the shoulder of a very busy highway, the infamous 2920, if anyone knows the road in Spring Texas....
Anyways though, I see a ketchup packet coming up on the road and I just think to myself, "hmmm I guess I'll run over this and see what happens" HAHAHAHAHAH
so I run over it on my bike and the flipping hilarious happens. It ends up exploding and shooting ketchup all over my companion and his new white shirt / face/ HAHAHAHAH
Oh it was great. and he was so mad... <-- haha I could use a lot more inappropriate words to describe how he felt:)
yes. It was great. and it was definitely a success.
Alright, one more video: something we found at our apartment last night, after p-day:
So yes. I am having an incredible mission. I love it here in Spring.
My testimony of the savior grows every day.
The church is true.
"we talk of Christ, we rejoice in Christ, we preach of Christ, we prophecy of Christ"
-2 Nephi 25:26
I love you guys! Have an incredible week.
Please pray for miracles in Spring Texas! We will find them!
"Lift up your hearts and be glad, for I am in your midst, and am your advocate with the Father; and it is his good will to give you the kingdom, and as it is written—Whatsoever ye shall ask in faith, being united in prayer according to my command, ye shall receive. And ye are called to bring to pass the gathering of mine elect; for mine elect hear my voice and harden not their hearts;"
-D&C 29

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