someone asked me if i am used to sleeping on the floor yet, and yes i absolutely am, the rock hard floor, is honestly one of my favorite places in the world now. i went on exchanges a few transfers ago and they had mattresses in that house, and i didn't sleep very well because it was so soft. i love the ground. last friday, we had a talent show/ farewell party for the missionaries who are leaving and it was so funny. we played charades, and it was one of the funniest things i have ever seen in my life. Korean people spare no expense when trying to act out a dinosaur or snowman. another one of the people participating in the talent show told me and elder powell to come up, and right there he started to teach us taequando. i can do a middle punch, high block, low block, straight kick, and i can do a side kick.
i think that the thing i am most excited about for this transfer is the opportunity that the Lord has given me to apply all that he taught me last transfer. honestly i could go on for days about all that he has taught me, and about the things i have learned, but i really think it comes down to 'remembering who you are, and acting accordingly" when we do that, when we remember that we are children of our heavenly father, and that as such we need to act in accordance with our divine potential, everything falls into place. by no means is it easy, and it isnt meant to be, but we know how this story ends, and if we keep going faithful to the end, it will be well worth it, i know that Christ lives, and that he loves us, and that he will do anything for us. he already has done everything for us.
Dinner with our ward mission leader (he is amazing!)
사진들 (이주형, 선교사님들)