Sorry this week was super crazy and it lingered on into yesterday so we decided to move p-day so here I am. Anyway I had so many close encounters with the Seventies it was crazy. But I choose a cabin somewhere [for the family vacation]. That is defiantly what I want to do just hang out and watch movies an play. Cabin. I really don't want to go to California. Please not that. And I was thinking when is the Andrews campout? I am pretty excited for that too.
|Can you find Elder Andrews? Look close.|
This week I met Elder Teh of the first quorum of the Seventy and Elder Parker our regional seventy and I had the opportunity to be interviewed by Elder Teh and I talked to Elder Parker for a while as well. I got to spend a lot of time with them. Here are the top three things I learned from them:
1. Don't waste time
2. An example is the best teacher
3. Just be obedient. You don't have to find out if it is a good cause. Just do it.
Anyway it was super fun except that I have had a cold this whole time, for a week and a half. It is super annoying because we have been so busy I just haven't had the time to take a break and get better. I have been trying to drink lots and take vitamins, but I think today I will kill it with some serious sleep. [He didn't, he went to a bouncy house instead. Didn't have time to sleep; the day just got away from me. ]
We also had some programs for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We sung in a baptismal program. Then marched in a parade; it was super fun. we where pretty much the only white people there. It was super fun, everyone loved us.
Here are the pictures I've sent you: down town, Elder Teh's visit, Elder Teh and the rest of my zone, a Martin Luther King Jr program that all our missionaries went to, then a parade that we marched in for MLK the guy with the beany is a rapper named D1 and then after his is the Mayor of NOLA then there is the actual parade and a picture of the mall.