Archives for June 2010

Missionary Dan Email #12 from Vancouver, Washington

She talked about a very tall, sail looking building in Mongolia that had a poor foundation and couldn’t be used (all the missionaries there called it the “taco building”). She went right along with the theme of the dance festival of “Firm Foundation.”

A Sister For Aurora

Six pounds eleven ounces. Nineteen inches. Born at three twenty eight. We’re all doing well.

Missionary Dan Email #11 from Vancouver, Washington

This was an eventful week. Not quite as much happened this week. We had our last Zone Conference with President Belnap and the spirit there was wonderful. The new President is coming and will be here by the beginning of July.

Missionary Dan Email #10 from Vancouver, Washington

We had a busy week knocking on doors and hearing lots of anti-Mormon claims, having an offer for help if we ever think we are in a cult, and another yelling at us to leave him alone.

Responding to the Official LDS Call for Photos

After reading about the Official LDS Call for Photos in Mormon Times I responded. After all, what use are great photographs of temples, families, and church history sites if no-one sees them? Sure, I can put them on my blog, and I have, but who reads my blog, apart from you?

Kaysville South Stake 5K Family Fun Run 2010

This year’s Kaysville South Stake 5K Family Fun Run participation was a little lower than usual, probably because of the weather. With rain, temperatures in the 40’s, and a 12 mph wind only the hearty ventured out. Here’s what the weather looked like from where I stood, nice and dry inside the bowery. There were […]

Missionary Dan Email #9 from Vancouver, Washington

There was a lot of changes this week. It took about ten minutes to drive to my new area, so it’s close to where I still was. It is a great area and my new companion is Elder Derges.

Eco-Friendly Green Paper Shredder

My eco-friendly green paper shredder was converted from a normal everyday paper shredder you buy at Target.

Weight Watchers Walk-It Challenge 2010

Our Walk-It was held in Centerville at noon and consisted of going around the outskirts of the park 3 ½ times until the 3.1 miles was achieved. There was a good turnout even though it was hot.