Monday, April 11, 2011

"New Companion"

Hello again everybody,

So this week has been full of new and exciting things happening. So as I told you last week it was transfers. Well we went to transfers like normal and to my surprise my "new companion" is elder Ndlovu. He is the one that came to be my companion in Khutsong after my second companion had to be Emergency Transfered out. So we have worked together before and now we are working together again. We have had our ups and our downs like any other companionship but we are working closely together and trying to get used to each others ideas and personalities and so things are going fine for now. Only going to go up from here.

So this week we also had 7 more baptisms. We had the Dibetsoe family (a father, mother, and two kids), Then we also had Sbongile, Lucinda, and Stpetso. It was a great experience. I also had the oppertunity to put all of them in the waters and so I got more practice. I am so greatful for the oppertunity to serve and be here in South Africa.

My time is very short today and I appologies for writing such a small letter but time is not on my side today. I tried finding a talk and now most of my time is up. Thank you all for the love and support you give me and I thank you for all you do for me. I love you all very much and I hope to hear from you all soon.

Until Next Week
Elder Aaron Giles Lindsay

1 comment:

Carson said...

Aaron, I'm sorry I haven't written you yet. I had been trying to find your address where I could write to you and found this blog in my email archive. I'm glad that you're having a good time and I'm even more glad that this summer I'll know that you're doing more than just changing the lives of young on this earth. You're changing the lives of families, couples, and individuals for eternity. Keep it up and and may the spirit of God continue to be with you as you teach His children the true gospel of His son Jesus Christ. Thank you for your great example that you set for me both in what you did at camp and what you are doing now. And just for old times sake: "Sing Polly-wally-doodle all the day!" (Okay, don't. You ought to be singing hymns instead but I hope you at least smiled.) :)

-Carson Butt (your former CIT for a week.)

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