Break and Blind
Daily Event but Yearly Tradition
Stop the Problem
Kick the Sand
The Proof is Flipped
Happy New Year y'all! Out here we started off the New Year bright and early looking at the sun. It's a big thing out here. Try it sometime if you're out of grapes to stuff in your mouth. Luckily for us my companion didn't change this time, so we can skip over all that hassle and get to the other stuff.
But also not much happened this week. We had a nice lesson on Wednesday? We used Christmas to lead into the Restoration. Maybe we'll talk about it someday by the fire with some hot choco.
Thursday was rushed with president interviews and then getting to Seoul. Also Facebook became a thing so that's weird. But yeah, President finally noticed that I've been here forever. He says I probably won't die here, but I think he doesn't know how down I am to move in to somewhere around here.
Oh also we didn't ride it, but the super fast train is done now, so that's cool. The station is huge and also the church is renting space there for the Olympics as a Visitor Center thing. We're going to run it. It's so much pressure, but more on that as we get closer. The Olympics are one transfer away, but it's OK because now I can always say I served in the Olympic area during the Olympics. Weird.
And ummmmm we had to go to Seoul and back? Nothing much happened, but we did it. Yay meetings. Sister Sonksen has the best breakfasts bt dubs.
Ummmm, yeah. The weekend had an exchange in which I played clarinet to everyone from members in face masks to the owners of a pizza place by our house. It was fun.
Oh well, I sent pictures this week, so we're all good now, right? Cool. Well then, 새해복 많이 받으세요~~~*