Date

November 28, 2017

Area

Bainbridge, Georgia

Companion

Alec Taylor

Perfection pending...

Hopefully everyone enjoyed Thanksgiving! this past week was very slow and we were only able to have a few lessons. Here's the run down of my new District:
New District Leader--Elder Casper
His companion--Elder Feeny
New Sister--Sister Button
Her Companion--Sister Gregson
My new Companion--Elder Taylor
Plus Elder and Sister Labrum


Monday, November 20:
Good ol' P-Day!!!
Tuesday, November 21:
Solid day. Elder Taylor and I went to District our first District meeting together. We were joined by our Zone leaders at District meeting. Because Elder Taylor is a brand new missionary he and I get to go on exchanges with the Zone Leaders. Our Zone leaders are Elder Cowart and his new companion Elder Williams. Elder Taylor went with Elder Cowart to Dothan after District meeting and Elder Williams came with me to Bainbridge. Elder Williams is pretty sick. As soon as he finished getting trained he was assigned to learn Spanish. So that had to have been pretty cool. Anyways he and I went back to Bainbridge and tried to meet with like 20 people but no one was home or wanted to open their doors. Probably because it was poring rain and like 50 degrees.
Wednesday, November 22:
Pretty quick run down of today. Elder Williams and I went to Salvation Army. Had a lesson with Alvin. Had a meeting with Brother O'neal. And went to seminary with the two young men we have.
Thursday, November 23:
Thanksgiving!!!! Real briefly...seven meals in six hours! Shout out to: The Vaulter family, the Richardson family, The Cleveland family, The Taylor family, The Robinson family, The Belisle family and The Tennant family.
Friday, November 24:
Biked approximately 16 miles to be able to have 2 doors answered during the entire day. We however were able to have you person agree to meet with us and learn more about our message.
Saturday, November 25:
Service day to the max. Spent most of the morning cutting up some trees, around some members homes, that had been knocked down by Irma a few months back. No one really opened doors. It sounds like most people go to Florida or north Georgia to visit family during thanksgiving week.
Sunday, November 26:
Gave another talk today, pretty used to it at this point.

Have a great week! I love you all!!!

“Here in our mortality our perfection is still pending.”
—Jeffrey R. Holland




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