Sunday, August 21, 2016

MTC numbers, Korean language and missing shoes

Hola! Sorry this is the first time we have been able to email because there are so many of us. The day we came in there was over 600 missionaries reporting, the biggest portion being Korean Elders, which makes a total of about 3,000 missionaries at the Provo MTC. We have the biggest branch in the MTC and it is also the biggest zone ever in the MTC. My companion is awesome, his name is Elder Davis from Sugar City, Idaho, and he is a potato farmer. My district is cool, I've gotten to know every one of them. Elder Winter is such a dork. He is from AF which explains a lot. He brought three watches on his mission... like I said, dork. J/K. I'm only wrote that because he is sitting right next to me reading what I'm writing. He's pretty sick.

Oops, I didn't mean to send the last message already, I still have more to write. We have been learning way too much Korean in the last few days and I'm already pretty much fluent ... skrrrr. We had to teach a lesson just barely, entirely in Korean. It was pretty funny. Elder Davis started to say the closing prayer that he was reading off a piece of paper and he forgot how to read so he passed the paper to me in the middle of the prayer and I finished it. The Korean lady was pretty confused. We tried to go exercise this morning but then realized I forgot my shoes so we couldn't. So can you PLEASE SEND MY TENNIS SHOES? Missions been fun. The people are awesome.

Please get me my shoes ASAP

Love you guys
Elder Mica Matua

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