August 29, 2016


Duvall Ward (Redmond Zone)


Elder Tenney


Hello Mom!

It is good to hear that you survived this first week of the school year. Ester and Kj and the rest of the family are moving today and we helped them out a little bit. It is sad but there will be others to teach the gospel to.

Elder Tenney is an interesting character. Most of the time he is pretty chill, but some times he likes to point out mistakes, struggles, or anything negative that has happened to me. When I tell him something like that he always gets mad. I am always praying for charity and patience towards him. It is just the matter of the fact for missionaries. You will get companions that you like and ones you don't really like that much. The important thing is to get through it and try and learn something from that companion.

When I saw Ivy and Brett at the fireside that one time, she did seem like she was having difficulty seeing. I had heard something from other missionaries about her sight and what not. Thanks for giving me all the details. I will keep her in my prayers. I am trying to go on an exchange with the Redmond 3rd elders so I can go and visit the Cranes. That would be pretty cool.

I printed off the talk you sent me.

I did buy brake pads at Fred Meyer. Fred Meyer has everything. I have a bike helmet. I did buy some root beer at the root beer store with the debit card. Since the month ends in the middle of the week, most missionaries are running low on money. I am sorry for always begging for money, but could I get $15 for groceries and what not for today? Thanks!

Some gift cards would be nice. I had some other things in mind, but I forgot what they were. When I think of them, I will write them down and I will email them to you.

The back drop looks nice! So does the lawn!

I am sorry for not writing an email last week. I will write one this week.

This week will be good. I will stay positive. I hope you have a great week!


Elder Moulton


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