Luke is serving in the Argentina Buenos Aires West Mission.

Monday, December 8, 2014

Luke's Letter Dated December 8, 2014

Well, this week started out quite interesting! ON tuesday my companion was cutting some bread and asked me for a knife. Well... after second guessing myself for a couple seconds, and him reassuring me that it was a good idea. I gently tossed the knife to him from the other side of our apartment. Well, It ended up landing perfectly and stabbing him in his foot. We were both pretty impressed with the throw! So we got it all cleaned up and called the mission presidents wife. I started the phone call with "Everything is okay. We're all alive. Nobody is going to die. My companion is okay, he's here with me." (That's usually just about what I would tell my mom before I showed her some crazy injury that I got doing something stupid)
So Sister Robertson said that if we didn't think it was too bad that we didn't have to go get stitches. We didn't go. Argentine hospitals are sketchy. (:

So that was a very very interesting start to our week! 

The rest of the week went great! We did divisiones with the other elders in our district. One of the had his apendix taken out. So we went to be with them and work with his companion for a little while! So that was pretty dang fun! The best part was we ate waffles with buttermilk syrup the next morning!!! That may not sound so great but it has taken us a really really long time to find a waffle Iron here in argentina.

So on Sunday we had Stake Conference. We were waiting for a bus to take us to church and a car rolled up and the man inside said hop in morgan! It was an investigator that we had a while back named Leo. He doesn't really believe in anything. Even less in religion. But he really likes us so he gave us a ride to church. When we got there he said "Can I take a look around inside?" OF COURSE!!!!!!! So we took Leo inside and showed him around a little bit. He got talking with the ex stake president and one of the bishops. They convinced him to stay for alittle while, so he stayed and absolutely loved it!! It's amazing to see the little miracles that God puts in our lives every day!

I love you all!!
Have an excellent week!!!!! 

Elder Morgan
 My Companions Foot
 A monument kinda like the tomb of the unknown soldier.

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