I miss you all so much. The second night I was asked if the first night was hard. I didn't answer them because i felt like i had too suck it up. :) but it was kinda rough. The first night I was here i was with all internationals because i guess i showed up early instead of on Wednesday but no harm done i got to have the privilege to meet a bunch of elders from Tonga and Australia,it was amazing. they are great and i feel very blessed to have shown up a day early its a sign, i think haha. My testimony has defiantly grown tremendously. My comp is really cool elder, shepherd and I get along great granite there are those times where we butt heads and don't see eye to eye on somethings. but i love him anyway, he has taught me a lot since he has been assigned to be my companion. the district that I have been assigned to is amazing we're defiantly a family here at the MTC, I'm extremely grateful to know that i'm here doing the lords work. everyone in my zone has been getting letters and packages left and right the look on there faces not only makes me feel a little home sick but happy as well. I had a very spiritual experience yesterday when my branch president and I had a heart to heart interview, when i bared my testimony I felt the spirit so strong..... I cried my eyes out, he gave me a hug and told me that I am going to be a great missionary. We had a beautiful fireside last night elder Bednar talked and one of the things that really stood out to me was that we need not be committed to our companions in our missions but we need be committed to Jesus Christ, and heavenly father. you could not be committed to going to church but as long as your committed to the lord your mission in life will always be successful in enything you
- Love Johnny!