First off Dad, You're Going to Like the Way You Look, I Guarantee it. Sounds like the Family Reunion was a success. All the missionaries here were fascinated by it for some reason. Apparently it is a really American thing to do it that way (at least according to a couple of Kiwis, and an Aussy, and a Fijian). Especially when I told them about everyone going to look at the eagle and of course the rockets. I guess we do have a pretty American family. Things are going okay. I went on a trade-off with the Zone Leaders this week for just a couple of hours and it was totally different teaching people and talking with people (you know, doing missionary work) two by two, I think there might actually be something behind that :) My comp is okay. He is just really lazy - like really lazy. Unfortunately I am pretty lazy as well so if I ever slip up, and slow down, the work pretty much halts. I am trying really hard to keep on it but I am getting pretty burnt out. We will see what happens next transfer. DL duties are all good. I am pretty much used to it now so it is no big deal.
So last P-day we had a Nerf p-day between the whole zone. It was one of the best P-days of my whole mission. My district decided to get matching uniforms. The zone Leaders were on our team but the other district wrecked us (mostly because the sisters didn't really take it as seriously as the Elders do.) We went really hard. Some people spent some money on the big guns. I stuck with the five dollar, N-Strike Jolt. it is my favorite model (jk. It was just the cheapest.) My companion ended up spending some of his mission money on a $50 gun. I was pretty upset because he didn't get a uniform because he thought he was too cool. On top of that we split money when it comes to shopping. We just shop together and go
I love the gospel. I love my family. I know the four books are true!