T.H.E. Mission

T.H.E. Mission

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Casey was transfered to Baytown

That’s the new hot spot in Texas ill tell ya that much!!!!!!

Whats up familiares???

So pretty much I don’t think that I’ve ever been this happy in my life. We’re white washing the entire city of Baytown Texas!!!!! We are the only 2 Spanish missionaries in the entire zone so we get everybody that is Spanish. It is gonna be amazing! Our branch is about 70 but the Branch President just prophesied that the branch is going to have 100 baptisms in the next year. There have only been 2, so that means that we have a good 98 baptisms to look forward to, which is enough to make anybody happy, I believe. We met up with 2 families last night and it was awesome. They are so excited to help us out and do everything that they can, so it’s gonna be amazing. I’m happier than I think I’ve ever been on the mission and I feel great too. I just got outta the chiropractor getting my back realigned. He’s a member, so we get free services como misioneros, so it’s great!!!! I feel good and we’re gonna baptize like crazy. My comp was just released from being zone leader, so he is super happy to be a normal missionary and just focus on the work. We’re gonna do miracles! He only has 4 transfers left before he dies (goes home) so that’s sad but his Spanish is great and so mine is gonna improve a ton this transfer!!!!

We also got the privilege of speaking in sacrament last week right before I left, so that was super cool, but hard at the same time. It was seriously just like my farewell all over again. It was pretty rough leaving behind everybody, almost as hard as the first farewell.

So yeah our ward mission leader here lived in Utah for 10 years and was comps with Carl Sorensen on his mission. Small world! Pres Palmroy is over our area to so I’ll get to talk with him a lot, which will be cool. He is the brother-in-law of Bruce and Kathy Williams . . .

Everything really is going great our apt is super nice and so it’s a nice change and this area is a lot like Provo I think menos (minus) the mountains. So its super nice to get outta H-town for a bit and I’ve actually seen white people already today! So its crazy, I think during my last 4 months in Denver Harbor I maybe saw 10 white people the entire time. So good to be back. But there aren’t quite as many Hispanics either, but that’s ok. We will find them we gotta huge area to cover. So it’s gonna be great! Everybody is stoked to get to work and help us. Both the families we visited last night said that their happy that they can understand us and can speak Spanish with us, which is funny because I’m still pretty much the youngest Spanish missionary out here - menos (minus) the nuevo (new) this week. So that made me feel good. I’m to the point now where I can pretty much understand everything and say what I need to just gotta work on expanding my vocab and a few things but its great. I love it here!!! President Moldenhaur pretty much told us that he was sending us 2 here to fulfill prophecy and revelation and to baptize. It will be great. I had an interview with him the other day that was a good 45 mins long and there only supposed to be 10, so I don’t know about that. But it was super good and I loved it. I heard exactly what I needed to, so everything is going good. We’re seeing a ton of miracles and blessings here, so everything is going great. Thanks a ton for everything that you’re all doing, your prayers are definitely felt.

Let me know if there is anything that I can do for y’all thanks a ton and love y’all.

Love your Tex Mex from Baytown

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