Thursday, October 15, 2015

May 19, 2015 Email

Hey Fam! Sorry this letter is late. We keep getting caught up in the activities with other missionaries and it makes it difficult to focus on writing. First off, congrats on the graduation Stockton! It's great that you were able to have fun with your friends and achieve something many kids don't. Let me know when you get your mission papers so I can skype in for that day you open the letter. It's good that you guys are getting ready for summer, it just means the guys will have help Mom out more around the house to help her with feeling less stressed. It's great to hear that Alexa is getting back from her missions! I'm sure she had some great times there and gained great experience to take into the world. If you're able to get out to that home coming talk, let her know I said congrats! 

This week has been good for us. We got plenty of work done and we have had some good success in our area. This last week, we had several meetings with missionaries and our mission president. We had a zone conference that was predicted to only go for about 5-6 hours but ended up going for 9 hours. We had lunch in between it all but it lasted forever. The first part of the meeting was discussing this. New system the mission is putting into the cars to monitor our driving habits. It's designed to help us have better control of how we drive. Such as: fastening your seat belt, watching your speed, and driving less aggressively. For me this isn't too huge of a problem as you know, my companion became a little paranoid about it though. We just get little warnings every now and then telling us whether to slow down, check speed, or informs us when we are driving aggressively. The rest of he meeting was on missionary related topics and that was the meeting. The rest of the week has been good and we are doing great here. 

That's all I've got for you the week. I hope things start to get a little less stressful now that things aren't so busy. I wish you the best and hope you enjoy the week ahead. 

Elder Smith

Other activities, hmmm. . . .

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