Why hello dear family! So this week I finally took care of the boils. It was tough the first few days cause you can only bathe them in hot water and then wash them really good. Then, after rubbing a lot on your pants as you walk all day (that hurts a bunch by the way), they eventually break. Then it's fun. Each morning and night there is a good amount of blood and pus to clean/squeeze out. Sometimes it just goes ahead and bleeds all over you anyways. Anyways, it was enjoyable to take care of those three boials for the last couple days. Now they're just inactive volcanos and should be completely gone soon! Hope you enjoyed reading about it as much as I enjoyed dealing with them! :) This week we got to eat at a Senior Couples house! It was heavenly. We had chicken fajitas, potato salad, watermelon, and ice cream cake. After that, we walked a little slower. But it was beautiful. The work, like that food, is also beautiful. This sunday, Zaya brought her mom to church. She was way shy at first and came with her sunglasses on, but she loved it. She said it was great. We also had another member bring these sisters to church and we'll be meeting with them and their family this week. Lutsaikhan fasted this week so that his family would be more receptive to the Gospel. This week we had a lot of spiritual experiences in lesson as we taught by the Spirit and were bold with our promises. I think that is the best part of missionary work outside of seeing someone getting baptized. Teaching a lesson by the power of the Spirit and seeing the effect in the responses and expressions of the investigators. Well, I love you all! Keep on keepin on. And we will too! ~Elder Cappuccio P.S. Package?? :) You know I love you a lot! -----Original Message----- From: firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com Date: Sun, 12 Jul 2009 21:42:07 -0400 Subject: Re: Good Morning! Dear James,
I remember people saying if you were bad they would send you to Outer Mongolia. In this case it's different, because James is good he's going on a mission to Mongolia.