Sunday, January 9, 2011

It has been a while

Sorry it has been so long since I have written, but it has been hectic since I have been home. It is weird to try and keep up with all of the things that you learn on your mission. First of all coming home makes the mission feel like a dream and you almost wonder if you have been a sleep for two years. Every one has changed and grown up and you have too, you feel as if you almost never left. Then when you leave for school almost exactly two weeks after getting, you feel a little rushed. I have had a hard time keeping up with the little things that feed my spirit. That is why I like church so much it helps me get back on track and realize the things that I need to do. God has such a perfect plan to have a day set aside to remind us what is really important, any way I know that God loves us and watches out for us. In the name of Jesus Christ amen.

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