Elder Adamson is serving the Lord as a missionary of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Spain Málaga Mission. His weekly letters and updates will be posted here. If you would like to receive an email when there is a new post, submit your email in the box below.
Monday, June 15, 2015
Elder Adamson's Letter 6/15/2015
everyone! This has been a very busy week
and we've done a lot
of traveling. Things are going well here in Cáceres and I'm
it. The temperatures have cooled down a
little this weekend
and we got
some rain. We're pretty happy about that. Here's the week.
This week we
had our district meeting in Badajoz and afterward we went
to a place
called " American burger." My companion and I ordered the
burgers they had. It was pretty good and
a good attempt at an
burger, but not quite as good as JCW's is.
I also had
the chance to go to a district leader training meeting in Malaga this
week from Wednesday to Thursday. It was
a lot of traveling but it was a
When we got to Malaga the Deeres took us out to eat at a Spanish
buffet restaurant, which we all enjoyed, and then we went back to the mission
home for the meetings. We talked a lot
about intercambios, district meetings, and baptismal interviews. It was a very
good and informative meeting and I was reminded a lot of little things that I
need to improve on.
While I was in
Málaga I got to see my hijo, elder Lelegren, also. It was good to see him again. He's turning into a great missionary (not
that he wasn't before, but he's doing really well).
The next time I go back to Málaga
will be the last time :'(
This week P
sent a message saying that she wasn't going to be able
to meet with
us for the next two weeks, because she has exams coming
up and she
needs the time to study. That was really
hard for us to because she needs to be in a lot of contact with the church over the next few weeks to prepare for her baptism.
She was supposed to come to church with S this week
but they never showed up, and we haven't been able to get in touch with
them. We're a little worried for them
right now and we're praying for
them a lot.
The next few
weeks are going to be pretty busy.
Between zone conference, interviews, and e conferences when President
Anderson gets here I'll be traveling to Sevilla every week until I go
home. That's just part of being a
missionary in Cáceres. Lots of traveling.