Well, Christmas was the best, as usual. I hope it was a great day for all of you as well, especially you elders and sisters and families of elders and sisters out there. I can't think of too many better Christmas presents than being able to be see and be with (pretty much) my family on that best day of the year. I can't even describe how happy I was to see them again and talk to them again. To make it all even crazier, we'll actually be with (really) each other again before I know it! Time flies so fast, and that's just a testimony to me of how much we really have to do during this probationary life we've been given and how much I have to do in these last 6 months of my mission! Let's do this!
Highlight number two from this week was a bit of a surprise Christmas gift (a couple days late). Our branch president called us on Friday night, telling us he needed some help with something the next morning. So, we showed up the next day to help him out with it. He was kind of humming and hawing for a bit, and I honestly thought we were going to get in trouble for something. Then, there was a knock at the door, and he asked me to get it. "That's kinda weird." I thought, but I opened the door, and who was there but...Rob!
Well, I've got to get running now, but I hope you all have a fantastic new year this week. Be sure to set some good goals for yourself to make sure you make the most of the time you have. I love you all so much! Be good! Have fun!