Tuesday, December 7, 2010



otra semana terminado. ha ha so yeah this week has been full of lots of events. I really enjoyed reading your letters this week. Sounds like everyone is growing and progressing so much. Zack is already ready to graduate, allie is rolling in basket, undefeated ata a way. Taylor...congrats man. ha ha you are about to enter into the experience of a lifetime man. you truely cant imagine how much your are about to be blessed. Hit me up with a letter before you leave man. Dad, setting up a brand new stake...have fun ha ha sounds like you are rolling along nicely. Mom, doing everything as always, ha ha how do you do it?

This week was a fun one. We have been running around crazy teaching and finding. Actually we have been really focusing on confirming a young lady named Elizabeth. We went to stop by her house sunday to make sure she arrived on time and we arrived right before they started the sacrament hyme and my companioln was making lots of hand motions to stop the m to do the confirmation and the members thought he was dancing rigatone ha ha. it was funny. and in the end she got confirmed so its all good. Also i gave a super spiritual blessing to my comapanion yetsterday to help him with some things. way cool.

Information about the call...we know nothing!!!!!!!!!!!!! ha ha all i know is it should be the same as last time. We will email you the number of a member and a time to call and then you can call us. yes i am still in the city. i have already been in the two country sones so unless i get sent to the office, or the island then i will be here till the end i think. but the island is closed so i dont know what will happen there.

"Recently one of the trees in the front of the mission home fell down during a heavy rain. The tree was one of the biggest and tallest of all of the trees in the front yard. It measured more than 48 feet tall with the diameter of the trunk being more than 2 feet. Apparently the weight of water soak leaves and oversaturated soil combined with a strong wind caused the tree to topple over. Evidently the tree did not have roots sufficiently thick and deep enough to keep the tree from falling. Because the yard has been watered regularly throughout the years, the roots were able to supply the needed water to the tree without having to grow thick and deep into the ground to find water."

We must grow out the roots of our testimony. If we do not then when the windy and rainy temptations of satan come upon us then we will surely fall. THis week my invitation to you all is to think about what you can do to grow our your testimony roots.

Elder Fischer

The Lord has commanded it and i must obey.

p.s. i was going to send a package home today but the post office is on strike...freaking chile. next week será

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