Sunday, January 11, 2015

Preparation Day

             "See that all these things are done in wisdom and in order; for it is not requisite that a man should run faster than he has strength. And again, it is expedient that he should be diligent, that thereby he might win the prize; therefore, all things must be done in order". ( Mosiah 4:27 )

            Monday is an exciting part for every missionary not because it's our P-day but it's our day to prepare so that we can give full attention to proselyting during the rest of the week. We take care of our personal needs such as writing to our family, washing clothes, getting a haircut, cleaning our apartment, shopping and washing the car if we have been assigned one to use.

             Every p-day that we have, we do something fun and cool like playing sports at the field or at the Chapel, bushwalk, fishing and etc. These are some of the stuffs that we do during our p-day.

1. Bushwalk at the Blue Mountains:

- this is me at the Wentworth falls area.

- this is me with my companion Elder Gibb from Utah.
- A wonderful falls at the Blue Mountain.

- this is me with the 3 Tahitians in our zone : Elder Tematafaarere, Elder Punu and Elder Tetauira.

- this is Elder Tangulu from Tonga, Sister Lagalaga from Samoa, Sister Aldan from Micronesia, and Elder Dean from Canada.
- this is me with the 3 Tahitians again. 

2. Play sports at the Minchinbury Chapel:

- this is Elder Uasila'a from Tonga.

- The missionaries in our zone playing volleyball.

- this is Sister Brown from Samoa.
- this is Elder Tetauira from Tahiti.

3. FLIPOUT / Jumping Trampoline:

- this is me Elder Cecilio .

- this is me with Sister Brown and Sister Lagalaga from Samoa.

- at the trampoline with Sister Lagalaga, Elder George and Sister Brown.


- still on the process of jumping high.

- at the bus with my companion and the Sisters.

                On our preparation day, we still wear our regular missionary clothes in public. If our clothing is not appropriate for a specific activity, we make sure that we maintain a clean modest appearance. Something that we do as missionaries is we still look for opportunities during our p-day to find people to teach.

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