Thursday, December 17, 2015


Okay so this title sounds weird.
Buuuuut once upon a time I was walking out of the bathroom, and the door was wide open and stuff and I checked to see if I zipped my zipper BUT I DIDN'T and right when I realized I didn't, one of the sisters saw. So I ran back in the bathroom feeling very embarrassed and broken inside as I zipped myself up. Then I walked back out and was just like "Um. Sup."
Yeah it was bad.


We were in our district room getting ready to leave, and for some reason we started talking about how girls like to stand really sassy-like, so us Elders started to imitate what we were talking about... and right then, a Filipino MTC worker walks past our door, looks in, then does a double-take.
The look of pure horror is ingrained in my memory and I feel so bad for the poor man.

Other than these too fun events, everything this weeks has been just studying and more studying and occasional crying (tearing) and teaching. But it's all so fun. The spirit is strong here and all the missionaries here are amazing.
The senior batch of missionaries just barely left yesterday along with all the Filipino missionaries who were here for 12 days. I may or may not have cried a bit. Because they're all so fun and spiritual and awesome and I only got to be with them for 12 days, but we all got so close. I'll see if I can put up some pictures.

Um Um Um so we watched a lot of devotionals this weeks. And wow all I can say is just wow. The general authorities know what they're talking about and they know how to get you pumped up to be a good missionary.
We watched a devotional by Elder Holland and you know, it's Elder Holland so man it was powerful. After we watched it I was like "Wow I learned so much and I'm so motivated!" but i was also like "Man I kinda suck right now. I'm going to get better." So it was a very motivating devotional. He talked about PMG and about how we need to first be converted before we can start converting others and it was great.

ERRrrrrrkrkkkkkkkkkkkk I think that's all for now. I don't really know how much time I have.

So I'll just end here.
Much love!

Oh yeah. Tagalog is still hard.

Okay bye.

-Elder Ahn

My lovely Filipinos. *teardrop*
My district!
The Manila Temple.

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