Ze Chef ... Elder Tonga
That last e-mail was my weekly to President Beelsey. I've got very little time on the computer now, and my e-mails will be very short unfortunately for the rest of my mission because I need to report to President Beesley on the status of my trainee, not my son or my greenie.
1. What is your companion’s name and where is he from?
Elder Bret Wingard. Tebetts, Missouri.
2. How do you feel about not being an AP?
I was the one who mentioned that I needed to move out. And I feel good. Training a new missionary is the best way to end a mission because it's the hardest assignment to have. Being an assistant is easy.
3. What was cool about being an AP?
It was cool. But it was easy. You have a really good companion to teach with. You go and rock lessons, and then on the times throughout the day that are slower are usually filled with trainings and meetings with President Beesley.
4. Do you miss Elder Flynn?
Yes. He was a very fun companion to have.
5. Anything else you want to share? I know you are busy, but give us a quick shout out. And tell your greenie HI from your Mom.
We are teaching a family from south Sudan. His name is Mayak, pronounced My-yack. He's really neat, and hopefully he will be getting baptized soon.