A snail that slowly made its way across the sidewalk
May 23, 2016
Such is life on a mission. You never know who will stay, who will leave, or in what combination. Missions have a way of mixing things up... for 2 years... with no breaks haha. As we were listening to the moves call, finding out who was going where, assuming that Elder Tangen and I were staying together her in Sandvika for another transfer, we find out a big surprise! Elder Tangen is moving up to Mo i Rana, and I'll be staying here in Sandvika for another while! It's really sad to have Elder Tangen move, especially considering we've only been serving together for 6 weeks, but he's needed elsewhere. I will be getting Elder Rial, who was Elder Tangen's trainer, this week. So that's really exciting. I'm excited to get to know him and keep serving here in such an awesome ward! Elder Rial actually started his mission here so that's really cool to be here for when he comes back!
A clay tennis court in literally the
middle of the woods
So this week we have been trying to start an initiative to meet with as many members as we can. It's been really fun to start visiting as many as we can. This ward is really cool. It's fun to keep getting to know them better!
I thought I would share something that we do every week which most of you don't know. So every week, a bunch of us from the ward get together and play soccer. It's so fun. I've been getting good over the last 3 months. And by getting good, I mean that I don't suck terribly! haha I guess that's what happens when you don't play soccer much in the US. I've now got at least another 6 weeks to get mad soccer skills!
This scripture is one that I really like. It comes from Alma 17:2-3.
Some people riding horses in the middle
of the city (Always great to see
when you come from a small town)
3 But this is not all; they had given themselves to much prayer, and fasting; therefore they had the spirit of prophecy, and the spirit of revelation, and when they taught, they taught with power and authority of God.
A common bread slicer in the grocery store.
It gives a new meaning to the phrase
"as great as sliced bread" considering you
buy unsliced loaves at the store and put
them in the bread machine to get it sliced.
I hope you all have a great week! Take care!
The dutch guy selling great cheese and stroopwaffles
Dutch stroopwaffles that I bought from the
dutch guy selling cheese in the last picture