May 19, 2014

Here is my real email.  I’m forcing myself to write.

We have gotten a ton of referrals this week.  The Spanish elders and sisters are finding a ton of people in our area.  It’s pretty cool.  We just have to go contact them now.  On Tuesday we taught some people we met last week.  They are super solid.  They picked June 21st as there baptism date!  Then on Wednesday we taught one of our member’s grandson.  His name is Max.  He’s only 10 years old but he is super excited to learn and wants to get baptized.  We taught him at the church after scouts.

On Thursday we had specialized training.  It was really good.  During it we went through the rejection gauntlet.  It was a tracting role play.  Everyone was supposed to very rudely reject us.  It was fun.  I quite enjoyed it.  After specialized training we went on exchanges!  I went with Elder Clay in Kaw Valley.  While there we went tracting with one of their recent converts that is thinking about going on a mission.  It was pretty fun.

On Friday we continued exchanges.  Not a lot happened though.  Elder Clay and I did do a lot of walking though.  After that we had Saturday.  Saturday was good.  We went to the Kaw Valley elders baptism.  Then we biked around and visited a couple people.

Sunday was a good day.  Church was awesome.  After church we walked to an appointment that ended up cancelling on us.  That wasn’t very cool.

Anyway this week was really good.  I just didn’t want to spend too much time emailing.  You got all of the highlights though.

Stay Classy,

Elder Tubbs

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