My goodness this week has been so long!! I feel like I have a transfer's worth [6 weeks] of fun and experience and memories here! And then I remember I still would be very lost without a GPS here haha.
|Hangin out with a couple of Assistants|
Elders Fivas, Bowden, Hansen,
|Just goofing around|
[What are the responsibilities of a Zone Leader?] So some other responsibilities of a zone leader is to go to leadership council at the mission home once a transfer to learn and be trained and to pick up supplies to distribute to your zone. We [do] exchange[s] a lot to train and we analyze weekly key indicators to see what we can do to help the zone get better. Also we meet with the Stake President (who is awesome here, might I add) and it's a great training for real life. President comes with us and evaluates over dinner afterwards, tons of fun and growth.
So the Walters family from Tooele sent me a letter telling me that they used to live here in Anderson and they gave me some people to look up! I am way excited for that and it was a thoughtful letter, thank you. Who would've thought? [Our good, good friends, Lori and Glen Walters, spent 3-years in Anderson, Indiana where their first two children were born. Their oldest son, AJ, is serving in Guatemala, and is a good friend of Brayden's]
I have a ton of pictures to comment on and send so here I go.
|Elders Hansen and Fivas celebrate |
Stoddard's birthday. Bacon for breakfast
|Pork Chops with James and his Girlfriend|
(Elder Homewood was his trainer)
|The Ohio River|
The last supper with the EastCherry bros. With my first Monster...