Monday, January 27, 2014

January 26, 2014

My bike is being repaired right now and it should take about another week but luckily for us the branch members had a couple of bikes we can use so we are fine.  i am pretty much fully adjusted to life here other than the language and the weird things people do sometimes.  Most spiritual experience...we have been teaching this guy who called us out of the blue one day so i always look forward to lessons with him.  uh funnest thing would have to be hills we get to ride down at the end of the day to get home.  hardest thing is just staying optimistic and having faith that we will find people who are waiting for the invitation to come unto Christ.  i dont need anything and the food is good. theres this yakiniku place that is 10 bucks at lunch time so we are gunna try it out probably this week.  havent met anyone from hawaii or the states lately.  I dont need anything.  my credit cards do work in japan so no worries.  today we are just gunna do the normal shopping and maybe go exploring for a recycle shop or something lidat.  new years i rang a bell at like 12 at night but yea nothing too exciting.  anyways i shall keep everyone back home in my prayers.

Love You Guys!!!
 "In the sight of the Lord, it is not so much what we have done or where we have been but much more where we are willing to go." Elder Edward Dube, of the seventy. October 2013 Conference Talk

Doctrine & Covenants 58
 27 Verily I say, men should be aanxiously engaged in a good cause, and do many things of their own free will, and bring to pass much righteousness;
 28 For the power is in them, wherein they are aagents unto themselves. And inasmuch as men do good they shall in nowise lose their breward.
                                                    Service Project: Pulling weeds for 3 hours
I'm going for the colorful "ninja look".  LOL

A lone doorbell (see above left on post) ALAS, no house to go with it!

Train Station

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