I love it here more and more every day. It's just so sad that we have to leave some very special friends.
This is our wonderful, delightful & enjoyable MTC district. From left to right they're serving in France, Philadelphia, Baton Rouge and Mazatlan.
We've been doing a lot of role play which us challenging but is showing me what areas I need to work on, but we've received some nice evaluations. A pat on the back is always well received.
This picture is Elder Pike. He's been the most delightful, humble, powerful teacher. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think he's a large version of Bronson.
We had a newly hired teacher observing our class today. She returned from her mission in Russia in October. We had a few minutes during the break and I found out she's a sign language major. She'd studied it before her mission & thought she'd be called on an ASL mission so was surprised to receive a call to Russia. In her first area there were 20 deaf members so she learned Russian sign language. No, it isn't the same as ASL. Now she speaks & signs Russian & ASL. The first person she taught and baptized was deaf. No coincidences!
We decided to do the laundry today. This is half of the facility!