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Monday, September 12, 2011

2 Years Ago at the MTC

From Elder S. Goff - "The last time Elder Sawyer Garrett Goff will write"

  Hey everyone, well the feelings that I have are pretty hard to explain. It still feels like I'm just having changes on Thursday it really hasn’t hit me yet I don’t think that I’m out of here. My comp Elder Dominguez took off this morning to his new area and there are 2 more that are going to be getting here later today and I will have to teach them the area all day on Tuesday cause on Wednesday I have to be in the bus on my way to Tampico for my last interview to go to the temple and stay with Pres Call. We really didn’t think my comp was going to get changed but its ok I guess. The 2 new elders that are coming up here in our places are really good workers so it will be ok. I’m leaving the area in good hands.
  I've been thinking about what I would write to yall this last week of the mission and well more than anything, I’m grateful for the support that everyone has given me. What a great blessing it has been to be here and serve The Lord in his work. It’s not been easy but it sure has been worth it. I know that it was the thing that I needed to do and it has helped me see the direction that I want to go in my life. I love you all and I’m excited to see yall this week. I'll be getting in at 7 10 pm in the St. George airport but we will have plenty of time to all talk later when I’m there :) love you guys cant wait to see you.

Love Elder Sawyer Garrett Goff

Current Area: Mante, Mexico
Current Companion: Elder Dominguez

From Elder S. Goff - Hey Everyone"

"Divitions with Elder Van helping a guy break up concrete"

Hey everyone
  Well last week I talked about a miracle that happened that we were waiting for something to happen and a hna from our ward showed up with 2 young ladies to the services and I seemed like everything was going to be great and we were going to be able to put them both in the water before I go but its not looking that way anymore. After going with them a couple times this week to teach them, their mom said that she doesn’t want us to come back again that she decided that she is rathing going to take the girls to catholic seminary. It made us really sad and we tried to explain the importance of our message and she said that she didn’t care and that its tradition and that she doesn’t want to break that tradition that they have going. So as of right now we really don’t have anyone progressing and it makes me sad but this next week we have big plans with an activity that we are going to do along with a lot of looking for new people who really want to progress. I really want to leave this area better than the way I found it so this week is going to be a very important one - the last full week that I will ever have as a missionary. I love you all and I’ll see yall soon.

Love Elder Sawyer Goff

"That's right Green Bay baby"
Current Area: Mante, Mexico
Current Companion: Elder Dominguez

Monday, September 5, 2011


Elder Sawyer Garrett Goff will be speaking in the Bunkerville 1st Ward on Sunday, September 18th at 11:00am.  It's hard to believe that he will be HOME in just 10 days!

Saturday, September 3, 2011

From Elder S. Goff - "Hi family"

"Sugar cane"

  Hey everyone well this week was a little rough we had 5 baptism dates fall and a couple decided that they don’t want to listen to us at all anymore. there is this couple that we have been teaching and were getting ready to get baptized this weekend but we went to go and talk to them at the 1st of this week last week to tell them that they need to get married to be able to get baptized and that me and my comp would help out with the money but as we talked to them about that the girl told us that she didn’t want to get baptism then cause she doesn’t want to get married to the guy. She has 2 kids with him but doesn’t want compromisos I guess. It was pretty sad but on Sunday when we were leaving the house to go pass by for some INV and go to church I said the prayer and ask our heavenly father to help us have a miracle happen and that the people we were going to pass by with would be ready. Well we went by for the family but no one came out of the house so we went off to the church alone. When we got there the turn out wasn’t too great but a sister in the ward walked in and had 2 young ladies with her that I had never seen before. After sacrament meeting I went over to talk to the Hna and she said that the 2 girls were nieces of a bishop from another ward but live in our area. After church we talked to the girls and put an appointment for today in the afternoon to pass by and talk with them and the rest of their family. I really believe that that was the miracle that god sent us that I asked for. 
  This last Monday I was pretty down about how things have been going and how I wanted to end the mission isn’t the way that its ending now but my comp told me something that made a little sense. He compared me to a man dying of cancer. He told me that my day to die is coming just like the dude with cancer. he said that the man that has cancer if he is happy he will die happy if he is sad he will dies sad if he is angry he will die angry he said its the same way with me my day is coming and if I'm happy its going to get here and I'm going to go home happy if I'm sad and upset about things well that’s how I will be when I leave. It’s all about mind set. I know I'm doing all I can so I have no reason not to be happy. I have to just keep up the things that we are doing and if I don’t get to see the fruits of my efforts well someone else will another day so it’s ok. Things are going well and I’m loving life once again I love you all and hope things are going well. Take care.

Love Elder Goff
 "Service project with a sister in our ward"

"Everyone together"

"Me and Elder Dominguez with Allen, a guy in our ward that helped us"

"Us with the hna that we helped out"
Current Area: Mante, Mexico
Current Companion: Elder Dominguez

Monday, August 22, 2011

From Elder S. Goff - "week of upsets, well somewhat"

Last district meeting with Elder Rindlishbacher

  Hello world
Well this past weeks was full of great stories. Last Monday as we were leaving the internet I got a phone call from one of our district leaders telling me that pres had just called him and that he would be having changes. It was my buddy elder rindlishbacher. I was kind of sad but he told me that he was going to be lone leader so I was stocked for that. I know he would be made zone leader soon but I didn’t think it would happen during the change. It happened because another zone leader here in the mish got a skin infection and cant be out in the sun so he got moving to work in the offices and my buddy bacher got moved in his place. He left Tuesday morning and his comp elder Mejia came with me and my comp during the day to wait for his new comp to get here. we went to our house to study after his comp left and well I made me a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and I thought I would be nice and make my buddy Mejia one as well. I asked him if he would be ok eating it because he is allergic to a lot of things and he told me that there wasn’t a problem so I was like ok great so he ate it but after about an hour he was freaking out. hives started to come out and he was itching all over the place so we took off once again to the hospital like we did the last time it happened and well they said it wasn’t as bad as the last time that we didn’t give it enough time to work more on him as last time so instead of giving him an IV they just gave him a couple shots in his bum one on each side haha. for the rest of the day he couldn’t sit down and he was walking funny I felt bad cause we know it was the sandwich I gave to him but he said it was ok that he could eat it.
  We had a combined zone conference this week in valles and it went really well. President call mainly talked to us about planning and how important it is. I got to see a few of my comps and buddies that I will never see again but it was cool. hna Call during her talk had me and the other 2 elders that wont be here for the next conference stand up and she started to cry and talked about the example we have giving for that passed 2 years. It made me feel really good hna Call is an angel. On the way to valles and back I sat by elder vandehyden who is from no other then the famous city of Green Bay. he came in place of elder bacher and I talked to him and had a good time there weren’t enough seats in the bus so I sat with him and his comp in their sets wasn’t to comfortable but it was ok.
  we had a very sad experience happen this week as well we stopped by our apartment on Saturday to get a drink some more book and go the bathroom we were maybe inside the house 30 minutes. We left our bikes outside our apartment door and when we left they were no where to be found once again. It made us both pretty mad but oh well I guess. it was our fault that we left them there but it was inside our building where we always put them but someone was waiting for us to do it again and the took off with them.
  Things here are still going kind of slow I'm not to sure if it Satan trying to pull me down or if its god trying to make me stronger or a combination of the 2 but I'm giving it all I can we had some great lessons this week and put some baptism dates with people but no one ended up getting to church it made me sad but no matter what ill just keep giving it my all till I'm done. I love the mission.
  Well last of all I just wanted to say congrats to tiff. Love ya sis and I'm excited that you’re going to have a baby. I know that you and Jason have got to be pretty happy for that.

Love you guys take care
Elder Sawyer Goff

The day I almost killed Elder Mejia

 Elder botello in zone conference with zona valles

Elder Bante zone leader of valles last time I will see him in the mission

Waiting for the bus in valles

In the house of Elder Hoffman and Acosta
Current Area: Mante, Mexico
Current Companion: Elder Dominguez

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

From Elder S. Goff - "Contacts"

  Well things are still kind of going slow here in my zone. I was pretty sad last night receiving the numbers from all the areas cause they weren’t to good at all. We have this new goal that’s for the entire mission witch is contacting 10 people in the street for every missionary everyday so 20 per companionship. I love it to tell you the truth getting out and talking with everyone we pass by. That’s the way things should be. Me and my comp were able to get 20 everyday and even with the heat that there was this week we enjoyed ourselves. every night when I talked with the district leaders I asked how they were doing with it and the rest of the elders in their districts and they always told me it was going good so I was thinking that last night for the member that all the elders would be passing in 140 for the week but it didn’t turn out that way. I was a bit disappointed but we have conference this week and I think it’ll good alright and get some people fired up for the work. I’m super excited and I love every minute that I have left but it seems like everything around me is trying to pull me down. I’m not going to stop because I know that I’m still here for a reason and I want to make it worth it.
  My 1st kid elder frankling is in the offices as the secretary of pres and well he had an area change this change and he is back in the area where he was born. I was talking to him the other night and he told me that a lady and her son that me and him were teaching is now baptized and is going strong in the church along with the only baptism I had when I was there he told me things are going really well and that all the members there were asking about me. It made me feel good to know that they remember me.
  I am reading the BOM one last time in the mish and I was reading about abinidi this week and I want to go out like he did. He was being burned to death and he was still testifying of things and went out fighting. I want to do the same I decided. I want to go out doing all I can to testify to everyone that I can find. That’s my plan that I have going on and I think its going good so far.
  we went to go and visit a kid in our ward this week and we go there but he wasn’t home but his brother one of his friends and his sister in law were all there so we asked them if they had talking to the missionaries before they said no and asked if they wanted to and said yeah. We had a good lesson and were able to put a baptism date for all of them. The kid has been scared to invite his family to come to church or to listen to the missionaries but they liked it and want to get baptized we will see how it turns out but it seems like it’ll be good.
  Well peeps I love you all and hope everything is going good. A fact I would like to share before I end this... this week it got up to 50 degrees C and well I saw on a newspaper stand today that there were 2 people who dies form the heat. I saw birds falling from the sky and dying cause of the heat but nothing happened to us :) it was a pretty crazy hot week.

Elder Goff

Current Area: Mante, Mexico
Current Companion: Elder Dominguez

Thursday, August 11, 2011

From Elder S. Goff - "Hey Everyone"

"Me with Elder Swensen, his mom, and Elder Dominguez"

This week went good. The 1st week of every change the zone leaders all go to Tampico for a meeting to talk about what we have planned for the change. It always takes 2 days from working in our own area because we go down Thursday stay the night and have the meeting in Friday and get home late on Friday. We had a good meeting though I really enjoyed it. We talked a lot this time about leadership and what we have to do to direct our zones and help them out. Me and my companion really want to reach the goal that we have for baptisms as a zone and we are trying to get everyone else excited to do the same. Thursday night we stayed in the house of the office elders and it was the worst it was super hot and we didn’t even have fans to put on us to cool it down a little. I ended up staying up way to late talking to my buddy elder Newton from Centerville. We talked about all kinds of stuff and it was cool but in the morning it sucked because we were both super tired.
  On Monday this passed week elder swensen came by with his mom to say hey. his mom came to pick him up from the mission cause he was done and they went around to visit people in the places that he had been and he said that he wanted me to meet his mom so they stopped by and I got to talk with them for a bit it was pretty cool. His mom told me that while back she was at a scrapbooking party thing up in Heber Utah and that she had pics from back in the MTC with me in them with her son and there was a lady there that was like hey that’s Elder Goff from Bunkerville. Swensen’s mom couldn’t remember what the ladies name was but I guess I've became pretty famous since I left cause I don’t know anyone from Heber.
  this week we were talking to a lady named Perla someone that I have awhile talking to and that started listening to the missionaries over 20 years ago and well we were able to put a baptism date with her she is very excited and likes church a lot but the only thing is that we need to get here married before that date cause she lives with a dude but she isn’t married to him. We are hoping that it wont be to hard to convince him but we will see I'm really excited for her though.
  Yesterday for the 1st time I had the chance to give a baby blessing. It’s the baby of a recent convert and she asked me to do it so I thought it was awesome. I was a little nervous but it went good. Things are going well over here and I love the humidity I just keep thinking that I won’t be able to be in weather like this forever so I just got to love it while I can :)
 I love you guys take care and be safe.
Elder Goff

"Me and my buddy Elder Newton"

"Me, Elder Hernandez, and Elder Frinklin (my 1st kid)"

"Me and Elder Vanderheyden - the finance secretary, he lives in Green Bay so I will have to visit him someday"

"My comp taking pictures of me at lunch"

"fotos from the zone leaders meeting this past week, my last one I will ever go to"

Current Area: Mante, Mexico
Current Companion: Elder Dominguez

Sunday, August 7, 2011

From Elder S. Goff - "Last week of the change"

Stake baptism

  This last week went really well. It started off kind of bad but it changed as the week went on. on Saturday we got the changes and ill be staying here in Mante as zone leader for my last change and ill be staying with my comp elder Dominguez as well our 3rd change together. I'm pretty excited to be ending the mission here I wasn’t at first but it’ll be good. It was the last thing that I was expecting to happen though that’s for sure. I think it will be a really good change though I’m going to work my butt off till the end. I already talked to my comp and told him that I want to end the mission the best I can and he told me and he just hopes he can keep up I think it’ll be good though.
  at the first of this last week we had 12 baptisms planned for Saturday for our stake baptism night and well through out the week and in the interviews that we did a few didn’t make it till the end but we were able to pull out 7 this last week so we were happy for that. It’s crazy how hard the devil works at to try to destroy the things of god and he really does hit some people hard at times. As my buddy elder rindlisbacher was coming over to our area Friday afternoon after the food to do some interviews for our baptism his comp elder Mejia or (PERU) got really sick he had an allergic reaction to something he ate in the food and started throwing up and these bumps were breaking through his skin all over the place. we got pretty nervous but we were close to a clinic and took him in to the emergency room and there was no one there so we started to yell to get someone’s attention and a lady came around the corner and asked what we needed we told her the situation and she asked elder Mejia for a card that all Mexicans have for the hospital and when she asked everyone was like well we don’t know what that is and I told her well he is from Peru so I don’t think they do the same things and she was like oh well hang on then idk what to do. so she went back in the back and Mejia started to through up once again and she came out again and let him pass hooked him up to and IV and gave him a few shots and saved his life. she didn’t let us pass into the back with him at first so we were just outside talking and making jokes and I guess the lady could hear us cause we were saying that elder rindlisbacher would have to call his family in Peru and tell them that he died and well just messing around and the lady hear us talking and we could hear her and Mejia start to laugh in the other room and finally she let us pass to see how he was doing. we took some pictures with him checked our weight on the nice scale that they have back there and found a wheel chair that no one was using so we decided to put it to use. If you’d like to know I’m the 2 wheel champion. The lady loved that we were having a good time and was like I always see you guys in the street and just have thought that you guys are just always so serious and we were like no it’s just because its so hot outside. we got to talking and she asked what we do we explained and as we were talking elder Mejia half alive pulls a BOM out of his bag and signs it and give it to her. Haha it was the best! She wants to listen to the other elders cause she liked the way that we are that we have fun doing what we do. She is married and doesn’t live in either one of our areas so we passed the reference and I guess we will see how it turns out.
  The stake baptism night went great. we had a lot more members from the stake show up then what I was thinking there going to come it was awesome though cause the converts had so much support. The stake pres was way happy too with us and said he wants to do it at the end of this next change but in the river so that we have more space to ¡so it. So I’m pretty stocked for that. He wants that every elder in the stake is in white with someone else so that’s the goal we have right now. I’m really excited and I think that it got the members more excited too. We will see if we have a change in help these coming weeks.
  Things are going really well can’t believe that time is going by so fast but I know it has to come to an end someday.
I love you all take care and be safe

Love Elder Sawyer Garrett Goff

The stake president pres Guerra with me and my comp 

 Getting ready to put Benito in the water

 My comp and I

 Me and my buddy elder Mejia from Peru

Everyone has seen lilo and stitch right? Well I found stitch :)
Current Area: Mante, Mexico
Current Companion: Elder Dominguez

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

From Elder S. Goff - "Last week of the change"

Mosquito Bites

  So today we are starting week 6 of the change last week of the change the one that would have been my last one but ill be sticking around here a little longer. I'm really excited for that but it’ll be weird saying bye to my gen this next week when they all take off. I've had Elder Teahan with me here in Mante this change my 2nd comp from the MTC and its been cool to see him but I sure will miss him. Ill be the oldest in the mish this next Thursday when they take off.
  This week went really good. Yesterday I gave the best talk that I think I have ever given in my life. I talked on a few things that I enjoyed in the liahona from this months and I felt really comfortable up there and felt like I did really good I invited all the members to repent and god out of the old habits that they are in. when I was done a lot of people told me I did a great job and that they enjoyed it so I asked them what they are going to do to not let it go to waist what the learned from my talk. It was really net though and I was really happy.
  This week we went and visited a lady that we were teaching awhile back but stopped because she wasn’t keeping her compromisos. when we got there she was super happy to see us and told us that she had a dream that an angle went and told her that during that day there would be other angles that would go by her house to visit her well she didn’t understand that but when she saw us walking down the street to her house she knew the dream was about us. It was a really cool experience.
  another hna this week gave us food from her taco stand when we went by one day and she said that the rest of the night people didn’t stop coming to buy and that for the first time ever that they ran out of food to sell so they told us that we can go by for free tacos when ever we want :)stocked for that haha.
  Things are going good this week we have planned a zone baptism and just about every companionship has 2 baptisms planned so we are really excited and think it will help our stake out here to get excited.
  Well have a great week I love you all



"Fighting with the ward secretary cause he was talking crap :)"
Current Area: Mante, Mexico
Current Companion: Elder Dominguez

Monday, July 18, 2011

From Elder S. Goff - "No Mucho"

  Well the work is going pretty slow these days it makes me pretty sad because I want to work as hard as I can till the last day. It’s been raining off and on which really sucks cause it makes everything muddy and even more humid than it usually is. I think that I'll be out of this area at the end of this change which is in 2 weeks and that is when my gen goes home and I'll become the missionary with the most time in the whole mission. I want to leave this area doing better than when I got here. We really aren’t getting any support right now from the members which is sad but we really are working super hard. The people have gotten to be even less receptive. They will answer the door and look at us and we will start to talk and they will just close it on us as we are talking. We are doing well though. We are always having a good time no matter what me and elder Dominguez.
  This week one of the recent converts that we baptized last change had her baby. That was pretty exciting. Me and my comp are the god fathers of the baby too. It’s her 4th kid and she is only a day younger than me.  She had twins when she was 16 and another little girl a couple years later and now her last baby and she is only 21. It’s pretty crazy but she is a really great person. We are trying to get her mom to get in the water but she is living with a guy and doesn’t want to get married but we were able to put a baptism date with the brother of her for the end of this month so that should be pretty fun. Other than him we don’t have much going on. We have another couple we are teaching and that come to church but aren’t married so they can’t get wet yet and well they don’t want to get married either so that’s a problem. Our program that we are doing with the members is going alright.  We haven’t had it work out yet but I know it will hit one of the members in a good way and get them excited to work with us.
  Well I love you all. Say your prayers and read the good books.
Love Elder Sawyer Goff

Current Area: Mante, Mexico
Current Companion: Elder Dominguez

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

From Elder S. Goff - "Hey Fam"

"Elder Dominguez and me on the bike of a member"

This week went really well. Things have been pretty slow here in our zone but we are doing all we can to get things up and going once again. We have a stake baptism planned for the last week of this change and are hoping that everything works out, that every missionary is in white that day. We are pretty excited for that. Elder Dominguez and I decided to drop all the INV that we have found recently that weren’t doing anything and start over once again. It hasn’t been easy but we think it will turn out pretty good later. We have been working with the members that we have and are only finding new INV through the members. We have created an activity here in our ward and it seems to be working well and getting people excited but we will see if we start to see the fruits in a couple weeks.

This week a kid from my ward came home from his mission after having served 11 months. He returned home due to health problems. His name is Carlos and he was in Culiacan Sinaloa here in México but the other side of the country. He was having a hard time in the mission due to depression and nerves and different things. I got to meet him the day he got home and well the second time I got to talk to him, I shared with him that I as well returned home from the mission early and now I’m about to finish up. He didn’t believe me at first but I told him that after a couple of months in the MTC, I went home but returned to the mission field after a month of being home. I was telling him that he can do the same, that he just has to focus on getting better and he will be able to head back out and finish up what he started. He is a way good kid and I get along with him well. He even ended up working with us in the afternoon after church yesterday. I talked to him about how he felt in church and he said it wasn’t as bad as what he thought it was going to be. I told him that that was the worst thing for me, when I entered church the first Sunday being home. I told him not to worry about what anyone says because there is always gossip but to focus on what he really wants and everything will be alright and he will be out on the mission in no time.

I always say that I think everything that happens, happens for a reason and I think me being here at this time is a great opportunity for me to help Carlos out and get him back out on the mission. I’m grateful for the challenges in my life because they have truly helped me grow and become stronger. Just like one of my favorite scriptures says in Ether - that we have to become humble and ask God for help and he will make those things that were once our weakness, our strength.

I love you all and hope things are going well back home.

A shout out to mama Russo. I don’t know your son but from what I have heard about him from other elders is that he is a great missionary so you should be proud of him :) I know he is in Victoria right now, where I was before here so I might not get to know him before I go home but just so you know, he is in the best mission in the world.

Take care everyone

LOVES Elder Goff
"Doing service with a member in our ward"

"Me with my rubics cubes which I have mastered"

Current Area: Mante, Mexico
Current Companion: Elder Dominguez

Friday, July 8, 2011

From Elder S. Goff - "enjoy the fotos :-D"

"The river that used to not move or have anything in it grew"

Hey peeps
  So this week was filled with all kinds of exciting things but not too much missionary work. If anyone has been watching the news lately, there was a tropical storm that was forming in the gulf and it was heading right for Tampico. The news was saying that it was looking to form into a hurricane. We got a call from the assistants on Wednesday morning telling us to let all the elders in our district know and that everyone needed to have a least 3 days worth of food in their houses. Well I don’t think I have ever had  3 days worth of food in my house in the mission, so me and my comp notified all the elders and we went out and bought a bunch of things just in case as well. In the afternoon when we were out working, the water started to come down and the wind started to pick up a little. We kept working and got home at night super wet and wrinkly. The next day on Thursday it was still raining but not so bad and me and Elder Dominguez had to take a trip down to Tampico for our meeting with pres and the other zone leaders. The ride went well but there were a lot of places flooded that we saw on our way there. Also in Tampico, the water was still coming down but nothing too bad. We left Friday in the afternoon back up here to Mante and it wasn’t raining in Tampico when we left but when we got here it was coming down super hard and everything was flooded. We got home later so Saturday in the morning we went out to look for people that needed help due to water damage and things like that. We went looking for members that we thought that their house would have problems but didn’t find anyone who really was affected to bad. There were a couple families in the ward that had water in their houses up to the knees but when we got there, they had already taken off to somewhere else. It continued to rain all day Saturday and Sunday morning as well but when we got out of church, the sun had come out as well. There sure was a lot of rain and a lot of people were affected by it but everything seems to be getting better.
  In the midst of all the excitement this week, my camera ended up breaking. I was very angry but oh well I guess. It didn’t get wet or anything, it just doesn't want to work, like turn on even though the battery is fine but oh well I guess.
  Sunday at church there were a couple of people that showed up and I wasn’t sure who they were. I was waiting at the door and a man and a kid like my age walked in wearing normal clothes and were like, what’s up elders!!! They stayed the whole three hours and after we got to talking and they had been over here working and the rain had trapped them so they stayed the night in a hotel and went church searching and found our ward. They are from another state here in México over by México City. The kid is a x missionary and they have like 6 years as members. We got talking a little more and come to find out, they sell dead man boxes for a living. I got excited and was like, you know what I've always wanted to take a picture inside one of those things and he was like well we got some in the back of the truck, if you want we can take one out and take your picture in it. I was like really let’s do it. So we went to his hotel and took one out of the truck put it on the ground outside the hotel and I climbed in it :) there was this lady that saw and started to freak out but I thought it was awesome. It was a great experience. They shut the door on me for a minute and I was there just thinking like wow it would suck if I died right now but I guess it would be easy cause they would just have to ship my body home and put me in the hole and yeah easy!! Haha it was super cool but my comp got scared and didn’t want to get in but I enjoyed it. The member was way cool to let us do that as well.
  Well for this week that’s pretty much all that went down. This coming week we have interviews with pres and a lot of work to do to catch up on the days that we couldn’t do anything this week.
  I love you all and hope you guys are staying safe oh and by the way HAPPY 4TH OF JULY... blow something up for me alright

Elder Sawyer Goff

"Me and my comp walking through a soccer field"

"Walking down the street like any other normal day"

"The river behind a recent convert’s house"

"Me and my broken camera :("

"I'll tell you how I was able to take this picture in my letter"

"One of my biggest dreams came true - to take a picture inside a dead man box"

"Picture from President Call's wife from our meeting this past week"
Current Area: Mante, Mexico
Current Companion: Elder Dominguez