|Elder Newton, Elder Bond and Elder Lee|
crumble and crunch
scattered crumbs, but gathered stack
stop the problem
Shine your shoes
The proof is =: O
Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii to you all! It has been one of the hottest weeks of my life. Wonju is so hot, and I was so grateful for every moment inside. This week also flew by, but we have a couple things we can talk about, so let's go
Thing the First:
I taught a Chilean this week. It was a sick exchange. Also my Spanish is terrible, but I can translate from Spanish to Korean, which was interesting. The man's name was Alex(some suffix that we aren't 100 percent sure of) and his son is Alexander. I have no picture, but just imagine Angel Herrera but with a beard. It's spoopy. He's living in Korea because of his wife (she teaches English) and works as an internet design person. He also is so sincere. He said he felt a special feeling at the word restoration, and if that doesn't scream prepared, I don't know what does.
Also, I spent all week praying for the gift of tongues in this meeting, which came in handy, because at the end I was able to (in a probably incorrect way) translate Elder Lee's testimony into broken Spanish. Shoutout to Dad and the Spanish branch.
Speaking of, I got to testify on the street a lot this week about learning the gospel in different languages, and it was nice
Thing the Second:
|Bus ride to Gangneung (l-r Elder Lee, Elder Saguinsin, Elder Bond)|
|Pretty sights in Hoengseung (fun fact: There are three times as many cows as people in this county)|
|We went biking this morning. It was sweet|
|A dragon looks over his kingdom|
Thanks for reading!