|Jordan's nephew, Royal, turned one this week. He will be ready to serve a mission in 17 more years|
|Jordan with former companions Elders Declaro (middle) and Talento|
The Baler Zone Leaders slept at our house from Tuesday night until Friday morning, because of the Mission Tour and we had Zone Leaders Council with all of the Zone Leaders in the mission at the mission home with Elder Nielson, so it would've been really hard for them to go all the way back to Baler back and forth. That was fun, because Elder Talento is one of the Zone Leaders there, so he was at our house for half of the week. Elder Talento worked with us for two days and we had a blast. It was awesome to be able to teach again with Elder Talento 10 months later and talk about our days in Kalikid. Friday afternoon, we left for Tarlac for ZLC (mentioned above). The bus took forever to leave the terminal and there was a bunch of construction on the way, so the trip took about three hours when it should only take about an hour. We were late arriving at the mission home, but we were there just in time for dinner. The food was delicious (as it always is at the mission home). I was able to see Elders Biggs, Bell, and Palmer there, so that was cool. Our batch has the most Zone Leaders in the mission, which is awesome. We then had another meeting with Elder Nielson, which was awesome. Everyone shared what they'd learned from the mission tour and we had more great instruction from Elder Nielson and then retired for bed at the mission home. I took my first hot shower in over 10 months, which was AAAmazing.
|The Cabanatuan Zone|
|Jordan and Elder Dadizon with the Manuel family (from left: Bless, Thalia, John Paul, Nanay Manuel)|
Well, I think that's about it for me this week. I really hope that I'm not forgetting anything. Just continue to be safe and love life. I'm grateful for all of the fun things you guys get to do. Love you all and peace out.
Elder Jordan "Hot Showers are Awesome!" Royal