Saturday, April 1, 2017

Temple Trip, Transfers, and a Trio of Missionaries...

Tuesday, Mar 28, 2017                                                  Onalaska, TX

"On Tuesday Elder Woodhouse and I did service for a member and then we went to interview two of the sister's investigators  and their kids for baptism. We went to their house and they weren't home. They were at their uncles house so the sisters called the uncle again for their address. No one knows where the address is so they told us to go down here and down there and this and that. We got lost so many times. About an hour later we found the house and it's clear in the middle of no where, but at least we found it. The kids were there but we had no where to interview them. We had a thought and the sisters have a truck so.... I popped the gate of the truck down and did their interviews on the truck bed. Pretty awesome-the Lords work continues and then we went home. 

On Thursday we were able to go to the temple. That was way cool.

We also got transfer calls and Elder Woodhouse left to go to a new area. They gave him a Texan farewell complete with fireworks.... In return I got Elder Abbott and Elder Esplin.. Yep, we're in a trio! It was super unexpected! So much so that we only have two beds and two desks and one dresser. We had to call the Assistants to the President and they said they will bring the stuff in a week. So it's going to be an interesting week. It's been a real change, not bad at all, just different.

"I think there is no place in the world where I feel closer to the Lord than in one of his temples." -President Thomas S Monson This is so true.

Elder Saunders
Houston Temple Zone Pictures Mar 2017

Onlaska/Livingston District- Houston Temple  Mar 2017

Me and my awesome companion, Elder Woodhouse at the Houston Temple Mar 2017

My breakfast one morning. Two cowboys, top and bottom slices (cooked just enough to make them runny), then some fried ham, and then the last of my jalapeno sausage cut up. It was probs one of the best breakfasts of my life. 

I love Onalaska! Mar 2017

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