Well this week was full of interesting happenings, nothing too exciting, but eventful. As you know I attended Amy’s baptism. We worked very closely with her during my time in Perth and got to know her very well. I had an opportunity to bear testimony at the meeting and enjoyed everyone's company very much. The Johnstones are wonderful people, I love them. They definitely are amongst the people I've gotten the closest too on my mission. It has been so great to see them a couple of times during the last few weeks, visiting Perth was an interesting experience but it just felt like I had never left, like I was still there. It made me think, that's probably what it will be like coming home. I will wake up the day after I return, and it will all just be like a dream. It'll probably be as if I never left.
Great to hear that Elder White got a hold of you guys after all, great news. Ha-ha we had a good time together, three good months in Limerick.
Last night was moves call, so transfers will take place this coming Thursday, they are normally on Wednesday but it’s a national bon fire holiday and its unsafe to move during those so we are doing it on Thursday. Okay here is the news. Slightly unexpectedly, Elder Pease is moving to Cork. I am receiving Elder Oldham, who is only three transfers out and he is coming from Oban actually. President has also assigned me to serve as District Leader. Good stuff.
Last night as well, we had dinner with a member couple. He is a bigtime golfer so we chatted a lot about the sport, and he even said in the weeks to come, at some point, he will take us golfing. Cool enough, a couple weeks ago we were in a charity shop and after speaking with the lady at the desk for a while, she gave me a perfectly fine set of golf clubs for free. (Bag and all) There are only 7 clubs, but it’s certainly adequate for a game of golf. I told this member we would be golfing on our family trip to Scotland/Ireland and he thought he may come if we go to Dundee. Good guy.
Yes, whilst at Amy's baptism, a couple young guys that I taught when I was in Perth told me they were getting baptized on the 15th of Nov. This is exciting news, I worked quite closely with these kids and invested well in them, hoping one day some missionary would reap what I sowed. Very little did I know, I would later reap the fruits of my own work. Jordan the younger of the two, (they are twins) asked me to do his baptism, the other, James, asked me to confirm him. This was a great night last Saturday and this week has ended very well.
I feel your prayers, thanks for everything. I love you and will speak to you very soon,I pray as well for you all, and I hope you have a great week as the snow begins to fall,
PS. I have been working on a letter for a while. I'm sorry I am absolutely terrible at writing. I have wanted to write you guys since I got to Limerick. I have written no one in that time so I have been trying to get on that. I just wrote Viviane but I haven't sent it. It’s like when I was a kid and I would do a school assignment and never turn it in.I wanted to let you know I got the package! It was perfect as well, the SOBE was genius I miss those things so bad. I am enjoying everything in in and savoring every parcel. Thanks so much, it’s great to get these things, the cookies and biscuits and snacks were all perfect and I'll be enjoying it for weeks to come. Love you