Elder Jo Chan Yung, my companion
Flower Festival in Masan
Our apartment is in the middle of the picture.
From the MTC with my
I got a camera! It was the cheapest one at the store but it's still super nice. I will attach pictures. I hope you are excited when you open your inbox! You should be happy now!
Cool pics sister! (He's talking about Emily's senior pictures.) I'm not sure what we will do for Thanksgiving. Probably nothing. I don't know where we would get a turkey anyway. They don't exist here. We can get a whole roast chicken from street vendors though. Recently with my Korean companion we have been eating a lot of ramen. It's pretty much the same as in the US but spicy. It's also over a dollar a pack, I don't understand. We also eat frozen.. um I don't know how to spell it in English. It's fried pork cutlet. Dad will know, it's Japanese. Today for lunch we went to a buffet. I ate some noodles, squid and a crud-ton of mandoo, dumplings. I have yet to have any as good as what we make as a family though.
To bad about that investigator. It's so frustrating. You know that if they just do what you say, read the Book of Mormon, come to church, pray sincerely, that they will know the truth, but they don't put in the effort so they never receive the blessings that are just waiting for them. We are having the hardest time getting our investigator with a baptismal date to come to sacrament meeting. It's too early and he has to sleep or he has to do something with a friend. You're not going to get baptized that way! I don't get it.
My companion is super great. He is a convert. He actually lived in Missouri years ago and his family came into contact with the church there. After returning to Korea his family got baptized. He talked about it in a lesson with some less actives the other day and it was way powerful.
I am sending a picture of my companion, pics of the Flower Festival here in Masan. Those were from today. Oh, now its having a cow, I'll send the rest in another email. I've got a pile.