Monthly Archives: June 2010

4th e-mail from MTC

June 28, 2010 (8:29 a.m.) Hey Dad! Just wanted to say hi and that I love you.. In my district, there are elders speaking Chinese going to the most random places.. We have two going to Manchester, England, and one … Continue reading

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3rd e-mail from MTC

June 28, 2010 (8:26 a.m.) Subject: 1/3 done at the MTC!  Or at least it’s close. Howdy ya’ll: Wait.  Wrong accent.  Ohhhr herro!  There we go..  Ok, so the return key isn’t working, and every time I press the period … Continue reading

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7th letter from MTC

  June 26, 2010 Todd, Dee, Mary, Sam, Emilee, Benny & Otto: Herro!  Guess what?  I just finished teaching in the TRC for the second time!  (TRC – Teaching Resource Center.)  It went really well, but didn’t start off that … Continue reading

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6th letter from MTC

June 24, 2010 Famry: I’m writing to you on that stationery Momma got me!  So did you like my little doodle?  It was fun drawing it. So, today was super productive.  We studied a lot, and got a lot done. … Continue reading

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5th letter from MTC

June 22, 2010 Whoa!  I got 10 DearElder.coms today!  Three of them were from girls!  Girls!!!  No one else [in my district] got a single one from a girl.  Well, three of them have girlfriends (poor guys), but that doesn’t … Continue reading

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2nd e-mail from MTC

June 21, 2010 Hey everyone! Oh yeah, I had two field trips this week! On Tuesday Elder Chung had an orthodontist app’t so we got out of a Large Group Meeting to go to it. Turns out Andrew Tadd had … Continue reading

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Surrounded by Benders!

June 20, 2010 Mú Zhǎnglǎo: This is Mú Chánchú (the “moo-ing toad”).  I decided to use a code name for this very sensitive letter.  Just in case one of your companions gets a hold of it, they will not discover … Continue reading

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