Well, everyone, I don’t have much time today because it was transfer day. I’m in a new area, with a new companion, but the area’s not as new as it could be.
That’s right; I’m back in Hesperia. Again. The same zone, for the third time.
My new ward is the Arrowhead ward, and my new companion is Elder Udochu-ugbona or something. We call him Ugbona or Obona or something. He’s from Nigera. It should be a decent transfer. I’ll be dying here, almost for sure.
Wish me luck. I don’t know what’ll happen with this companionship, but pray that we’ll get along, because I really want to enjoy these transfers.
Elder Hesperia– I mean, Elder Jensen out.
On Sun, Apr 23, 2017 at 8:59 PM, Susan Jensen <email@example.com> wrote:
Happy Monday Jonah! I saw a group picture with you in it on Facebook. Always fun to see your smiling face! We fed the sister missionaries this week. One was from Texas and one from Colorado. First time we have got to do that in 5-6 years!
That’s fun. What did they share for a message?
We had a tournament in Idaho this weekend luckily it was just one night because the hotel was awful! They did pretty good but didn’t win first place.
Aw, that’s too bad. By the way, I got your last week’s letter on Saturday, so I’m still writing a reply.
I’ve loved being in primary but feel ready for a change. I feel like I’ve served in primary in some capacity for most of my adult life. Athen got his records switched into our ward. Casie will be home is 9 days I think. She is the girl he’s been writing to who has been volunteering at an orphanage in Ecuador. He’s pretty excited she is coming home soon.
When are transfers? I’m hoping you get a change for the last of your mission. Did you get my letter last week? Hopefully you can answer some of my questions from the letter. Not much else is happening here. We leave for Reno on Thursday. Another tournament. I have this picture to show you of a drawing a guy did and then he did it again later after he had more experience and knowledge. Look how it changed. Super cool. You should take an art class for fun.
Ha ha, yeah, I’ve experienced that