I still want to write everyone! >.< taihen!
Last time, I wrote in Japanese but I think I'll only define this one,
for time sake. "Blake shimai o break shinaide kudasai" means "please
don't break sister blake". It's the best because the way you say Blake
and break in japan is the same. ^.^ always a good joke I think.
So, after a week, this place is still amazing, and the people are
great, and the ward members are the best, and walking everywhere is
great. Especially when you get lost, and you can see the main road,
but can't get to it. That happened today.
Also, climbing mountains is the greatest. We climbed mount Takao with
the other missionaries, and also with a lot of non member friends.
That was a lot of fun. From the top you could see mt Fuji. Also, plans
to go to the Ghibli museum are underway. It's in our mission, near
kichijoji, I think. :) who's excited?
Well, fell off my bike this week, and I think It may havedone
something to my wrist, but it's healing pretty well, so I'm not
Takao is a pretty place, next to mountains. It probably has the best
mountainside view in all japan. There's so much green.
We had ward conference yesterday, and we sang twice. Once with the
sisters in relief society and then with another group. God is love and
I'm trying to be like Jesus. I love singing.
Yesterday, I met a girl who really likes English, and loves one
direction! We sang together a little, and it was great and fun.
Well, loves you all. Out of time. But keep up the good work, wherever
you are. As in learned from my teachers at the MTC there are miracles
every day. Look for them. Seek them out. You'll find them. God's hand
is in every one of our lives.
"You are hereby called to serve in the Japan Tokyo South Mission."