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Sun, 11 Nov 2012

November 10, 2012
I don't have an actual P-day today, but we were told by el Presidente del CCM to write a short note home anyway. I got your letter, it will be wonderful to see my sock again. also, if you could send me my immunization report, which never made it into my luggage, that would be fantastic. Now for the good stuff: I have two companions in the CCM (it happens when someone doesn't show up) Elders Cobia and Gallagher. We are getting along wonderfully. My teachers are fantastic, it snowed six inches last night, and that's all I have time to say.
Elder Hall
posted at: 13:38 |

A Mission Blog

Marc set up blogs for each member of the family several years ago. Bryan has never written in his, so I am going to use this site to post Bryan's mission letters. But first, an introduction.

Bryan received his call to the Mexico, Villahermosa, mission. Of course, he will be learning Spanish. He studied Spanish for 3 years in high school, so we'll see how much he remembers.


He put in his papers and received his call from our ward in St. Peters, Missouri, but we moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, in August. Bryan had been working as a lifeguard and swim instructor at the YMCA before the move, but since he had just over two months in Nevada before leaving, he was unable to get a steady job here. He worked a few days here and there, including building a patio cover for his parents. But because of this, he was really ready to get on with his mission. 

We were able, in October, to see many extended family members so that Bryan could say goodbye (for two years).

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I drove Bryan to Provo on Tuesday, November 6th (election day?!), so that he could report on the 7th. We stayed the night with Marc's uncle and aunt, Hyrum and Nancy Hall. We enjoyed a nice breakfast with them and a good visit. On the way to the MTC, we made one last stop at Walmart where we got batteries and a couple other last minute things.


Then it was goodbye for two years. We are grateful that we will have to opportunity to stay in touch with letters. We know that we will miss Bryan, but are excited for the experiences that he will have during this time. 


posted at: 13:28 |

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