Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Elder Matthew Whittle-- July 17, 2012

Que Honda Cabezones!
Calabaza quiere decir, "pumpkin" pero tambien quiere decir como alguien que no piensa mucho, o sea, alguien que es "clueless". Tu puedes decidir quienes SON las calabazas;) Tengo una broma para ti. Si tuviera todos los peses en una linea, cual seria el ultimo?............................. vas a adivinar?.................................................Ok ya no quiero esperar mas. La respuesta es "El Delfin" :) Tiene sentido, o eres tu una calabaza? Jaja
Things are going great right now. We've been teaching a lot and we've found some cool new investigadors. We just starting teaching this 19 year old girl from brazil, and almost have set a baptismal date with her. She's very sincere and is really interested in the Book of Mormon and everything. We're excited for her, and we've found a couple new people for the Spanish branch that we're starting to teach as well. The district is doing really well right now. We had a really good district meeting yesterday. President Cook randomly showed up so that was kind of nerve racking, but it went really well, and the spirit was really strong. It's a really neat opportunity to be able to be a leader because you have the chance to learn more. You get to go on exchanges with all the missionaries and learn from all of their talents, and abilities. It's been really neat. I'm really grateful for the opportunity.
So the 4 runners not working eh? That's no good. I think you better just junk it;) haha just kiddin. We were helping that lady with her BMW a while back and her fuel pump wasn't turning on either. What the problem was though was her crank sensor went bad. The new cars can be kind of a pain to diagnose. It takes a lot of time to isolate the exact problem. That's why I like Cherry. When something goes wrong you know what it is. Let me know what the problem was with the 4 runner. I miss working on cars haha. Never thought I'd say that one. I hated working on cars when I was little. I remember being in the garage from early in the morning until about midnight working on that stinkin van we had haha. I dreaded those days, but I really like it now.
That's a really cool principle that has helped me a lot on my mission. "That which we persist in doing becomes easier for us to do; Not that the nature of the thing is changed, but our power to do is increased." -Heber J. Grant- When we do hard things, we get better at doing it. When we get better at something we begin to enjoy it more. Just like with soccer. I didn't like it when I was little, but I stuck with it, and as I improved I started to like it more and more. It's the same principle with studying the scriptures. At first it's hard for us to understand them, and really study them well, but the more we do it the better we get at it, and then it becomes enjoyable. Then we want to do it daily. That principle has really helped me out in life.
Wellp things are going great. Hope everyone is doing well! Love you
 Que esten bien! Adios!
Con Amor,
Elder Witle!
P.S. Que dijo un pes al otro?.................. Nada :)

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