In any case plenty of missionaries baptized over 100 people in my mission, and while taking the survey I thought the scale was quite biased on the low side. Guess I was wrong.
This was in Brazil.
I know that my brother’s mission in Chile made us look like we were in France.]]>
I thought better of it though.]]>
On #7 one of those made me shudder – and it wasn’t my own. It was the green jell-o with tuna! Blech!
I’m forwarding the regrets list to my brother who has been in the field for 3 weeks. There are some things in there I wish I had at least contemplated early in my mission. Very interesting survey results.]]>
When I was there, it was people from Cali moving to Utah (low housing costs, good jobs, yada yadda).]]>
17: Bored: I went to the CMM.
Rusty: That marriage question was hetero-sexist.
I’m pretty sure that I wasn’t the only gay one in my mission… and there were a few I wouldn’t have minded dating… but I’ll just have to wait until the first reunion after the (next) proclamation to start flirting. So let’s revisit this in 20 years, k?
As far as a collection of stories, I’ll do some digging with my UPM alumni. If only I had written in my jourmal more, DOH!]]>
Hooray for new mission presidents!]]>