This past week we had two exchanges,:
- The first was with Elder Croasdell from New Mexico: I was really sick, but we helped move another set of missionaries into a new apartment, we taught a less active fam, and then further grew our friendship. He's such a legit guy, and amazing basketball player. I don't know if I've mentioned this, but lately we'll wake up like 5:50 am and go play basketball at the church for like an hour with all the other elders in this area. Man it was hard readjusting, but I grew and now I enjoy it. I really don't know what I'm doing on the court, but neither does everyone else cause it's again 6 in the morning.
- We also had an exchange with out winder counterparts, I got to go on exchange with my good buddy, Elder Hamrick: He's from Colorado, and 18. This is his first area, and he too is an awesome guy. We too had some great teaching appointments, laughs and fun, we serve in the same ward together and so we've already had a blast doing the mission life, but it was great just to be able to build and get to know each other some more.
Well let me be bold, you made me trunky! Haha, I'm just kidddin'! Sounds like Ari's homecoming was a success. I wonder what mine will be like? Like honestly I've thought if anyone will even come, and too also be frank I wouldn't care who was there as long as it was you (my fam), and those who really wanted to hear and change. But who knows what it will be like, and I just hope they don't have me bear testimony in a southern draaawl.
I'm doing fine on items, shouldn't need anything. Transfers will be in 2 weeks and I've been here 6 months and should be getting the transfer. We're seeing lots of improvement, I've had lots of life changing experiences, and I'm starting to feel like it's time for me to go, so I guess we will see what will happen next in this rush this thrill of excitement.
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