This week is a memorable one to say the least. Elder Webb is officially going home in two days. He was traveling when i started the mission, he was one of my zone leaders and he is finishing his mission as one of my district leaders, we've been nearly inseparable for the last 14 months, now its over. The last district meeting with him we watched the BUTTERFLY CIRCUS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p98KAEif3bI such an amazing story that can be applied to missionary work. Give it a watch
This week has consisted of the same-old same-old, packing the Motters home since moving to Lehi Utah next week, and we still have a lot to do. Attempted to fix a computer of a less active, didn't work, contacted a few other less actives, nothing going on there.
Now for the fun part, had dinner a few weeks ago with a family who pulled out a GPS system exactly like mine at home. I inquired if they wanted to do any geocaching, they said ABSOLUTELY, so, we did and found 3 out of 5, YEAY. Even applied geocaching to the gospel since one of the adopted youth isn't a member. It was a very successful night.
TRANSFER CALLS - staying in Gallatin another 6 weeks with Elder McLean
Now for the even better part, received word about the Regina Kennedy baptism in Elkton Kentucky. We were able to make it to it. Realizing that this is the second time I've come back since I've been transferred out. ohhh...the memories... as well as the people. Everyone there was saying the phrase "Dang Shorty, your like a fly and wont go away". Had a great time being back and on the way back home i realized that is possible that i may return to Elkton for another 2 baptisms...that will be fun if it occurs.
That's a wrap, till next time
Elder Terre Kieffer Short
Tennessee Nashville Mission
Greatest Mission on Earth!!!