Monday, November 5, 2012


Don't Worry The Legend Lives On!  Thomas the Choo Choo Train Will Rule.
Hello there one and all! First of all, I hope everyone had a great Halloween and día de los muertos, and are now preparing for some elections tomorrow. This week has been pretty good, I don't have very much more time to talk so I will make it quick.

We have an awesome person on date now for baptism for the 13th of this month. He is great. Well as I said, we had transfers today and I stayed here in Postal, but I have a new companion Elder Garay who is from Paraguay. He seems like he will be great, it will just be fun to try and learn and understand his accent. Elder Hernandez went to a new area to be the district leader. This week was really fun. 
Old Companion Elder Hernandez & New Companion Elder Garay
 Elder Hernandez and I had a great time and we worked really hard and well, saw some really great success. I am really excited to start this week all new and with a new companion we are going to focus a lot on the members of the ward and well I am just really excited to see all this going.

Oh yeah, we also had a great meeting last night with all the ward councils from the Tijuana area with Elder Walter F. Gonzalez from the Seventy. It was a blast because I saw a lot of people (oh yeah I also saw Elder Cordova this morning, he is doing great!) and well also, the meeting was great. He talked a lot about our duties and what it is. He talked a lot about how we really need to be doing all that we are supposed to be doing. The meeting was incredible.
Today also in the transfer meeting, President Carreon made a great comparison. He was talking about when he was Bishop and would have the yearly interview about tithing and ask if you were a full tith-payer or no. He then compared to how this time in our lives is giving our tithes to the Lord for our life. He then asked each of us if we are being full tith payers right now. If we are giving everything, if we are doing all that we can. I really loved that.

In all things we should do our best and give our all, whether it is in a calling in the church or at work or even in the school. Wherever we are, we should remember who we are and act according to that.

Well I hope that this letter finds you all doing great! I love you all soooo much! Have a great week.
Elder Tommy Anderson

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