|Chillin in class|
We haven't received our travel plans yet but the elders that left before us said that they fly to Seattle, then to Japan and then on to Korea. We will probably get them pretty soon. You guys can do what you want but I haven't changed my mind. They have just been talking a lot about family visiting you while you are on your mission but I still think Chase should come to the airport.
|Searching for our tennis ball|
with a reflection
Things here have been going the same. We heard from Elder Whitney Clayton yesterday and he spoke about the growth of our church. He told a story of when thousands of Mormon volunteers went to help in Louisiana after the flood. When they were interviewing some people who lost their homes they said, "only two churches came to help us: the Mormons and the Latter-Day Saints."
We all just can't wait to get out into the field. We met a Korean sister named Sister Park who bearly speaks English. Talking to her shows us how much we don't know Korean. We taught a guy named Austin on Monday and I accidentaly kept calling him Sister Austin in Korean. I hope learning the language gets easier when we get into the field because it's so hard right now. It's awesome seeing Tautai here. I introduced him to an guy named Elder McKendrick who is from Gilbert, Arizona and has 21 kids in his family.
|Our District and the Korean Sisters|
Sounds like you guys are having fun back home. I love getting emails and letters from people because it's nice to hear about life outside the "compound". I think I'm good on what I have. I can last until I get to Korea. But could you send me another pair of basketball shorts?
Thanks, love you guys. 안 녕 히 가 새 요!
Elder Mica Matua
|In the same residence with cousin Elder Tautai Matua|
|With the legend Elder Haskell|
|With one of my favorite Elders here|
Elder Vongsayo from WVC, UT
|At the temple with the District|