Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Time in Farmington

On Tuesday last week, Sister Cook texted me to let me know that Elder's Robinson and Sobczak were headed to Farmington to the mission home for a few days. Elder Sobczak was diagnosed with pneumonia and needed some time to recuperate. They did make it Farmington and were back in Cortez by Friday. We wish Elder Sobczak well!

Sister Cook delivered our conference package to Cade and kindly sent us a picture!

First is the letter dated 10/8/13:
Dear Fam,
   So, as you could expect from my previous email, last week royally sucked. I'm hoping this week will be a ton better though, because we have a service project for everyday. Yesterday was pretty nice but only because we spent it with the other Elders throwing tomahawks and knives at a member's house. After throwing we went to dinner which was really good. We then went and loaded, moved, then unloaded 80 bales of hay for a member which was really relaxing in all reality. The member we did it for is so cool. He raises donkeys, mules and horses, and is really into archery so we get along great.
    So as for the Pixlers, they keep getting set back because the dad (who is actually baptizing his wife and son) works in Alaska for 2 weeks on and 2 weeks off and because they are hurting for money he put in for a week over and won't be home until the weekend of the 26th.
    Steve moved back home from the nursing home and so we had to turn him over to the Elders in the 1st Ward.
    Other than that we have been working with a ton of less active members. Some seem to be coming
along really well and some are just straight up lazy!
    Anyway, I'll just keep tucking my head down and plowing through. Thanks for the awesome packages and letters! Keep them coming!
     Love you guys !
Elder Cade Joseph Robinson
BTW: I have gotten a haircut since that last picture.

Here is the email from Monday:
Did you get my letter from last week? I'll send another one today, so i can be more in depth with you guys. Farmington was pretty fun the Elders there were so awesome! Elder S. says he is feeling better but he isnt acting like it. We are trying to make up for all the work we missed last week and quite frankly I feel like a chicken running around with his head cut off. I am so lost in what we missed aand what we are trying to accomplish. Tell Sam that that is hilarious, and tell Caleb to just have fun with this year. And also tell Caleb to involve the Lord in that decision, it is right for some people to wait and it is also right for some people to go right away. I will go home and write a letter with some more details!

Love You Guys!
Elder Cade Joseph Robinson

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