AMMON

I've loved all my areas in my mission. But I cannot sat my mission is complete without thinking about Ammon.
We had so much success in Ammon. I was there for 4 and half months and I had 13 baptisms. And most of them still remain active to this day.
My companion was Elder Chris Webb - my former companion at MTC. Now you would have thought we got along perfect, right? Actually, we did not!
We realized we had a lot of conflict. I was too hard working... so I unwinded a little bit. (not in a bad way of course).
But that's actually when we both started to be very successful.
My second companion was Elder Jonathan Stradling - very kind and considerate gent from Tucson Arizona.
He taught me a lot of stuff that helped me become who I am. I didn't really appreciate him at the time, but I realized that
I was the one that giving him the hard time. Nevertheless, we continued to have success in the area.

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Elder Ofisa again.
VEry frequently, ELders Webbs, Poole, Ranson and I go to restaurant to eat. I think our zone had the most restaurants in the mission. Our favorites were Texas Road house, Johnny Carinno's. This was at the Texas Roadhouse.
At Johnny Curino. .
Elder Webb in his baptismal suit. Nicely fit.
Halls family at the Temple Visitor's center.
One of the Ward Mission Leader
Elder KArtchner was one of the missionaries in our district at MTC. He served in North Carolina, Raleigh mission. Elder Kartchner, are you watching this?
Kartchner? hmmm.....that sounds awefully familiar....
At one of our investigator's home.