Sunday, July 18, 2010

June 16, 2010

A lot is going on over there. A lot is about to go on over here. Yesterday we had our last Zone Conference and interviews with president Dewsnup. He went out with a big impression teaching some really interesting stuff about dispensations. It wouldnt surprise me if he will be a generaly authority. He already told Elder Losee that he will be transfered next week, which is a bummer. I was hoping to end the mission with Elder Losee in my district. I really don't know what is going to happen next week. President Alvarado comes in the 28. I hope they dont send any of us to the west the first transfer of the new mission. It is hard to think about another president other than president Dewsnup, I really am going to miss him.
One funny story I forgot to tell you about was that Elder Kowallis got bit by ants, fire ants, and his arm swelled all HUGE. It looked really gross. So he took a bunch of benedryl, more than he should of, and was all LOOPY in the night time when we went over to the branch presidnts house, Presidente Ocasio. It was like Elder Kowallis was drunk, and president and his wife were just meeing with him the whole time. They would yell "Earth Quake", and start shaking him. Then he would just freak out. Poor kid, I kept trying to leave, but they jsut kept talking and wouldnt let us go. It was good stuff.
Nicholas and Ray went to church, but they had to go to the Guaynabo chapel, because the family that takes them had to go there for something. But we are going over tomorrow to teach them the plan of salvation. We talked to them on the phone the other day and they said, "Hey we already finished that chapter you gave us, do you have another good one you want us to read."
Got a new senior couple on Vieques, the Buttons from Mesa, Arizona. They are really nice people. Young too. We have spent some time with them yesterday and the day before. and while they were waiting for the ferry they bought us dinner. I have got to take you to this place in Fajardo that we go to. Best shrimp ever!
Oh and I think we should go to Vieques, maybe, but not stay there. It would be cool for a day, but there is a lot more to do on Puerto Rico. and it would suck having to take the Ferry over, 1 and a half hours in the morning and back in the night. But the buttons stayed at the Fajardo inn the other day and it didnt seem bad. Check it out.
Well I love you, you are in my prayers.

Love Elder Hardy

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