This is a little long but I'm posting it anyway, Austin Austin I wish he would reread his emails they are so hard to read!!! but here it is and as you can see he is doing great and loving the work.
Well this has been some week.
Monday we went down to buffalo for p-day. And that was a really good time. Played a little basketball. Everyone in buffalo is a great ball player, so when we beat them so that was really cool. Then we went and played a zombie again at the science museum that was just okay.
Tuesday. We went to help bailed some more hay. That was so much fun. Brother Becker had about 150 bales on the field so we put all of them in the barn. The bailer was still broken because he did something to it again. So I tried to fix it again. That was so bad cuz I know nothing about bailers let alone farm work. But I was the only one that would help him so I had to clear out the 1950's bailer about 12 times while everyone else messed around playing on the tractors. Then it rained hard while I was driving this little P.O.S. tractor, then it started to rain really hard and I was way out in the field about .8 miles back to the barn, I had to drive back or that old tractor would have broken down, I wanted to leave it there and run back, but couldn’t do that. Ha ha got to love the farm life.
Thursday taught Maria again. Finished up the entire lessons with her so that she could have her interview Friday. Then we drove down to Cattaraugus. So that we could get an interview with Pres. Christensen. Then we exchanged. I went down to cat. We were on the reservation down there for the Indians that was really cool. Talked with a lot of cool people.
Saturday we had the baptism filled the font and helped Elder Gudgell write his talk that he had to give on baptism. That was really all that we did. The baptism was crazy since it was such short notice we were scared that there was not going to be a lot of people show up. There were about 24 people that came so that was really good. That has to be the fastest baptism ever – 4 days.
I love you all.
"Live the Life you Love, Love the Life you Live."