Curse this sweltering summer heat! Summer arrived this week and it came fast and furious! It's been at least 96 degrees WITH humidity, so it has been rough. I'm a little jealous to hear that you guys have had cooler weather there right now. (I'm even jealous of Brennen and Steven Jex in Germany and Russia where there is still snow. Well . . . maybe not. Oh yeah, Steven, nice job falling off your bike. That sounds fun. (Just kidding, of course.) We don’t have to worry about falling off bikes here, since we don’t have them. Mahal kita, bro.) So Mom, I am glad to hear that you enjoyed your trip to Washington, D.C. Isn't the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier awesome? When I was in Washington, DC, during the Church History trip, I am pretty sure it was the hottest day of the year and felt pretty much as feels right now here in the Philippines - hot, sticky and miserable.
|Jordan & Elder Revillo working with the branch missionaries|
|This is what happens when you give chalk and a chalkboard to Jordan while he's fasting|
|Jordan with Shirley (right), recently baptized, and her mother|
We had ZL/DL Conference on Tuesday with President Martino, and he was pleased with our work this last month. I was pretty happy with our efforts in March, too. We have awesome missionaries in our zone. We talked about Agency and Following Up on Commitments that we give to the people we teach, and I was able to learn a bit more about how to obtain firm commitments and always following up.
Well, I guess that's about it for me. Keep cool. Oh wait, that's just me. I'm sweating a lot right now even while I'm typing. I have to endure another hot, steamy summer for the next two months. Yay! Alright. I love you guys and hope that all's good in Vegas. Ingat kayo!
Elder Jordan "I’m Seriously Melting” Royal