Monthly Archives: August 2010

22nd letter from the MTC

August 18, 2010 Family: I’m not gonna write much until I get your DearElders.  Okay, got em’! Before replies, lemme tell you a story.  We play softball every gym time now.  Thursday, I was pitching to Elder Fish, a buff … Continue reading

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10th e-mail from MTC

August 16, 2010 Good week.  I’m gonna keep this short so I can talk to my family.  Got my full Chinese name!  It’s Mù  Jìng Lún.  It means “respecter of relations between people” or “honored logic.”  Dou keyi [both can … Continue reading

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21st letter from MTC

August 13, 2010 Quick letter!  I got my flight plans!  Here’s what happens: Report to Travel Office [at MTC] at 6:30 p.m. on August 23rd Plane leaves from SLC at 9:45 p.m. on August 23rd Arrives at LAX at 10:47 … Continue reading

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20th letter from the MTC

August 12, 2010 Just got some new DearElders.  Here are the responses: Colleen I’m glad you appreciate my sense of style.  Not many do.  Even less realize that it has only come about after 19 years of careful study.  My … Continue reading

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19th letter from MTC

August 9, 2010 Hey errbody! Just got the DearElders, so let’s get to some responses. Mary Moody Twenty nine hours of volleyball in five days?!!!  You’re nuts.  Nuts.  Way to go though!  You cut Nathan’s hair, huh?  I’ll bet that … Continue reading

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18th letter from MTC

August 9, 2010 Moody Famry: Dàjiā zǎo’ān!  I think that I will forever hate mornings.  In fact, I’m pretty sure.  I’ll just jump right into responding to the DearElders from last week. I think it’s funny that you’re happy I’m … Continue reading

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