Transfer calls came in today, I'm leaving the big city and headed out to Kaposvár! I'll be sad to leave here but that sounds like a great place as well. Elder Depallens served there for 6 months earlier in his mission and had great things to say about it. I will also be able to serve with the Millers, the senior couple that knows Grandma and Grandpa and is in Aunt Ann's ward, for their last transfer.
I also have been thinking a lot about the plan of salvation, something I have studied and learned a lot about on our mission. We had some really good programs teaching that in the last week, I love it when investigators ask questions and really want to know more. And I love even more that we can answer their questions with the great bounty of knowledge God has blessed us with. The scriptures and living prophets are an incredible thing. I am also looking forward to General Conference this week, I hopefully will understand a lot more of it this time then I did 6 months ago. Should be awesome as always.
Another fun member quote. I introduce myself as Elder Parkinson. "My mother had that disease". Starting conversations is so easy out here.
Also, some pictures finally.
Love you all, have a great week!Parkinson Elder
|My district here in Buda, Elder Depallens is the 6th from the left, the one not smiling.|
|Found your store Dad.|