Ya I probably won't be able to call home (for Mothers Day) till like 7 or 8 my time at night.
If you haven't sent it (a box of goodies) yet then here is something you can add to it. Burn a cd with some good music for me. We can listen to EFY, Mormon Tab Choir, and any arrangements of hymns. I need you to burn Carrie Underwood singing How Great Thou Art. It basically rocks my world since we never get real music.
Tell Kellie congrats, Quinton - congrats, Conner - practice makes perfect, Morgan - hi gerdy giggles, Dad - your beastly, Mom - you're a rock.
First week of training was very crazy. A lot of pressure and stress - I had no idea it would be this hard - probably the hardest thing I've had to do in my life thus far - no joke.
So much stuff going on in my head (what, how, when to teach investigators, how to get members involved, scheduling, meetings, referrals, etc) - just a lot of stuff to keep track of. I usually will wake up at like 5:30 and I lay in my bed for an hour like half-asleep thinking of what i need to do that day and that week. But it has been way exciting.
It's fun to take the lead and help someone learn how to teach, tract, etc. I'm just really getting this area down ( I got ET'd in so I was working with a short transfer) so this past week in our PEC's I was able to jump in and discuss and put ideas out there.
Missionary work is really hard but very rewarding - we tracted into 3 people who where recently baptized, moved here to Anthem and haven't been to church - so that was cool.
The Stott's are way cool - the members are great here.
I honestly have no clue what the details are for this week - it was so busy - I'll try to send a letter off if I get some time today.