Tuesday, December 10, 2013

December Second

I can barely believe December has started! We're really trying to get into the Christmas spirit over here. We started listening to Elder Choi's Tabernacle Choir This is Christmas CD on December 1st and so far we can't get enough of it. When we turn up the music and air conditioning high enough in the Yaris, it really feels like Christmas; this lasts until we step out of the car into the summer weather. Lately, mornings have been very hot and humid and it rains hard in the afternoon. I'll have to attach some pictures of our Christmas countdown calendar. It's a real great example of missionary ingenuity and budgeting. Don't worry, we used an ancient Daily Vehicle Report that was filled and ready to be recycled. Elder Wiberg was responsible for the conception and fabrication of the calendar. Please note that Elder Twitchell's Christmas decorations from last December are still hanging in the apartment. You asked about Thanksgiving--Thanksgiving was a blast. The food was great and we all had a great time as a zone. After eating, we played a few games and had some good laughs. Sister Heap made Turkey breasts and Ham, and as usual, everything that she made was delicious. We're lucky to have her. We had a blast doing lots of finding this week. In the past few weeks, we have found several potential investigators that we hope to begin teaching soon. We got rained on several times, and it looks like it is going to pour again this afternoon. We have a big week ahead of us. On Wednesday there will be a Zone Conference with Elder Renlund of the Seventy, our Area President, and President Adams. We're flying the couple and the two missionaries that are currently on Mauritius (Elder and Sister Conrad, Elder Miller, Elder Mariteragi) over for the occasion. Wednesday night there's a fireside planned for the District. Anyway, we are all really looking forward to the zone conference and fireside. I also will get to go to the airport a few times this week, and I like the airport. I've got to go. I hope that you all have a wonderful week! Love, Elder Wynn

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