I'll start with the bitter.... but it is also sweet.... but bitter. Kinda like an egg. (if any of you get that joke, you are a winner in my book. Those of you who don't, no worries. It was a huge stretch) I am being transferred to Poplar, Montana, which is close to the farthest north you can go in the mission! To add to the new experiences, I will be training again, I will be the District leader, and (drum role please......) I will be White Washing the area! (white washing is missionary lingo for having 2 new missionaries in the area rather than one that knows the area) So, it'll be a challenge for sure, but it sounds like the area is doing good, so hopefully it won't be too rough. Prayers would be great!
Now! For the exciting part!we had a wedding! S and D got married! They are seeing the blessings of keeping the commandments, and you can see it in their faces. S has stopped smoking, they are married, and they haven't missed a since we had that little pep talk. What a great way to leave the area!! I loved it. I'm gonna miss them dearly.
Well, that's about all there is to report this week. Hope all is well back home!
Elder Carter V
1) My district!! From left to right: Elders Wilson, Peay, Lindeman, Egan, Sister Egan, Paniagua, and Pohl.