So we were able to speak on Tuesday. It was nice to be able to hear everyone's voices, and to talk with you all about how things are going back home. I hope eveyone is having a great holiday season, especially because today is New Years Eve. Don't party to hard. That means you too, Mom. I know your are turning 41, but you'll have to take it easy. Hahah. Mom hope you have a great birthday that is full of fun, and laughter. Have a martinellis for me. So what are the big plans for this special day? As for us we are going to be have a zone activity. But it'll just be the elders because the sisters are all performing tonight. So all the elders are going to be playing basketball, and then going out for some food. Then we will head up to the Visitors' Center to support the sisters in the zone. Should be fun.
This past week we had transfers. Elder Garrett got transfered down to Redondo beach, and so I stayed here in Penmar. My new companion is Elder Casper. He is from San Antonio, Texas. He came out the transfer before me, and I served in the same zone with him, when I first came to the mission. He is the second oldest out of 5. Both of his parents served missions, in Brazil. He is a hard worker, and we have had a lot of success since he got here. It should be a really great transfer. Well that's about it for this week. Hope everyone is well.