This last week we were very blessed to have dinner the the Dobb's and the Wheeler's home. They are such great families and they will be missed. Many of the friendships that have been developed will be ones that last for a long time.
On Saturday we had lunch with the Baxter's, they are such a great family, I thoroughly enjoyed all of the STAR WARS conversations that we had. Bro. Baxter, graciously let us admire and behold his brand new lightsaber that he got custom built. It was incredible (a STAR WARS fan thing) I will be getting one at some point. We had tacos with them for lunch. Then after that we did some errand running. Then we went to the Buckwalter's and had some delicious orange chicken. The discussions that we have with them are always so uplifting.
Sunday was a pretty good day. Church was awesome about how we are to observe the Sabbath day and keep it holy. Then after church we had dinner with Wayne and his family. It was some tasty and juicy BBQ chicken. They are some funny people. Then after that we went and said goodbye to Marv and his Mom.
Leaving this area was a little on the difficult side of things, due to the fact of the friendships with some of the members and the fact that I have not packed a suitcase in 6 months. So Elder Reiswig and I decided to pull a all nighter and pack and clean. So we did. It wasn't all that bad. This morning we went to Marv's to pick up something that we forgot and then went to the church and waited for the transfer van. Then I boarded the van and headed off to Mt. Pleasant and met Elder Giar. Then we commuted from their to the church where I am now emailing you from.
Right now I am right now I am on 31 hours of being up, and I am doing quite fine. Not really tired right now, but I am sure that I will be able to hit the hay really quick tonight. We have a dinner with some members then I will probably just unpack.
I hope that you all have a great day. Thank you all for you support and prayers.
Elder Cody Grant Fairbanks