Hey everyone! thanks for clicking my clickbait title. So this week has been crazy! Sister King who is in my district got put into "isolation" because she had the flu. She was by herself for 3 whole days! Another elder was in there for a week and he invented his own language while he was in there! XD I wish I had a video, but he even read a couple of scriptures in that language to us lol. He said he is working to develop it more in the next 5 years.
Anyways, like I said, this week has been crazy. Me and the rest of the elders decided to find out if the orange juice myth was true........AND IT IS. DO NOT HAVE ORANGE JUICE AT THE MTC!!! XD. I am enjoying my time in the MTC so much right now, the only thing I would change is to be in Baltimore. I have had the chance to teach multiple people here, and it just makes me more excited to be able to teach out in the field. I got put as the leader to make sure everyone going on my flight gets to the airport all right and on time. Problem is I have never even flown before haha.
Everyone tells me adjusting to missionary life is super hard, and at times it may be true and will probably hit me more out in the field. However, the schedule has been easy to follow, once you fully decide to just leave everything behind and just work, you have a blast. I couldn't ask for more. I am here learning the gospel 24/7 and I have lots of new best friends to do it with. My companion has become known for having the most soothing voice ever haha, we joke around about how he should own a radio show and just take requests from people on what he should say. Elder North is in my Zone and had become the favorite missionary in our residence area, I will attach a video of what happened when we all chanted MVP and asked for a speech XD Also I will send a video of Elder Pew playing the piano, he just makes it up as he plays.
Scripture: 1 Nephi 17:13
"It's not that hard to make me laugh, it just has to be funny" -Elder Brooksby
"Does anyone have 16 1/2 water bottles?" - Elder Pew
Elder Nagel: "You know what really grinds my gears?"
Me: "You know what really girds my loins?"