Monday, May 3, 2010


Hey Mom and Dad,
It sounds like you had a good week. I'm glad you like the census job Dad. So many people think we're Jehovah's Witnesses. But tracting does seem to be getting better because of spring. The grass is finally starting to turn green and people are just sitting outside soaking up the sun. A funny thing is people burn their grass so it will grow faster. I don't think it does.
Our area really is picking up though. We have 5 investigators basically and should get 2 more next week.
So with phone calls Bruce wants to see if we can conference call, but I think that would mean I would have to call at 9pm-ish on Saturday night. Because I am 2 hours earlier than you, and you are 11 hours earlier than Bruce, right? Can you email me back as soon as you can to see if you want to do that?
If not, I'll probably call you around 1pm, so 3pm your time. And that would be fine with me too.
Anyway, I'm just excited to talk to you too!
Love you all, and I'll talk to you soon.
PS too,
The sandhill cranes and geese only stuck around for about 3 days so they must be further north. They are loud and funny sounding. The Canadian Geese reminded me of that movie though. We opened our back sliding door and could hear them while we studied. There's a couple bald Eagles we see around though. I'm so excited for the summer here, except the mosquitoes which are already here. That's an awesome story about that hummingbird Mom. All of nature is a testament of God's creations I think.
Anyway, take care Mom and Dad

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