Monday, January 29, 2007

New Ward

Well, we are going on a month in our new ward. Everyone is really great and has been so nice! We have had an amazing sunday school lesson from Truman G. Madsen and attended a fireside with Susan Easton Black. The problem with an older ward is not that they aren't nice and help you feel welcome, it is that they can't remember they did. We have given prayers the past 2 weeks in Sacrament Meeting and Sunday School. Yesterday was the first week they didn't have us stand and introduce ourselves in Sunday School and Relief Society. It has been pretty funny. We are running out of good prayers though, so if anyone has any good ideas, please let us know. There was a getting to know the Himmer's part of our ward news letter that we got a good kick out of. It pointed out that Charles is studying busness antrapanureship and served his mission in Tiwain. Spell Check anyone??? Anyway, it really is a great ward and we have been so lucky to be there. Every lesson we have I am just amazed at the experiences these people have had. It has been very humbling and faith building. Anyway, I just thought I'd update you instead of study. Love you all!

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