The Davis County Crew - Elders Buttersworth, Breinholt, Ball and Taylor

The countdown is on to February 17, 2010!

Monday, June 29, 2009

Good Times!

First off...Dan if you are still checking in and reading this blog. Elder Breinholt talked to Alfonso yesterday at church. He's doing good! His sister Fernanda did move away and is married.

This week has been super good...taught a lot and found some really good people.

Jose is progressing and will be baptized Saturday. It has been really good to teach him. It's a good feeling to find people prepared! Also Natielle the sister of Joao Batista should be baptized in 2 weeks...

This week we had 93 people in Sacrament Meeting! It is going good...gotta keep the rhythm going! It's good and getting better all the time. But I love you all and talk to you next week!

Elder Jed Breinholt

Fun morning for us! We were on when Jed was on so we e-mailed back and forth for a bit. He talked to Annie and Ben and told Abi if she doesn't write him next week he's going to send her an internet punch! He's cold but well and happy. I was worried he was sick but he says he hasn't been "sick sick" his whole mission. He's not felt well a couple of times, but never been really ill. He definately called it a blessing. He told me I wouldn't like how long his letter was and he was right but I guess we made up for it being able to "chat" a bit.


Peggy said...

Sounds like he is doing a great work and loving his mission! What a great asset he'll be to everyone when he gets home; he'll have a new depth and maturity. Can't wait to see you this weekend. Can we do our traditional Sunday dinner for Lis and Bobby's last supper here with us?

llee said...

Elder Brienholt sounds good. I'm glad you got to email back and forth some. We love doing it with Elder Lee too. He is loving Santana do Livramento. Today he said he they were going to play soccer in Uruguay. I remember when Jed got to do that.

Dan and Kaylene said...

Yes, I am still reading the blog! I'm excited to hear that he talked to Afonso. It's always great to hear about the beloved Brazil Santa Maria mission.