What exactly are you going to do on your mission?
I have accepted the calling to be a missionary of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints so that I may share the gospel to those who are yearning to know of the truth of the gospel. I have answers to questions that people don't even know to ask. I am going to tell people where we came from, why we are here, and where we are going. I will explain to everyone that will listen why Christ is the center of the Plan of Happiness and why the Atonement that Jesus Christ has provided for us is necessary for our salvation.

Monday, July 16, 2012


Surprise surprise. (It really is a surprise.) I'm getting transferred, not sure where, I'll find out Wednesday when I get transferred. I already packed most everything up though. It's a sad exciting moment. I have a mix between getting ready for something I've been preparing for and leaving the people I've come to know so well. Greenwood is a great place, it'll be sad to leave it. I'll have to come back sometime in the future and visit it. At least I know to whom all of our investigators are falling into the hands of, and they are in good hands. I am most excited to be heading into the unknown ready to take on a mountain (I'll just borrow the faith of the mustard seed in the grocery store.) I am an amazing packer, I don't know how I happened to accumulate so much stuff, but I'm going to need to mail things home before I bring it on a plane. Because it weighs more than it should. But somehow I'm able to fit it all in not very much space.

I love the people of South Carolina. They have such wierd words: buggie (shopping cart), cammode (toilet), smash (push), cut (turn [off]) and such belly warming fried and greasy food. That pretty much sums up South Carolina. They done been saying good language and know how to whip up a supper!