Monday, April 15, 2013

Mormon moving company; two guys, no truck!

Hey guys! 
Thanks for the e-mail! I had a lot of service this week; we helped 3 different families move this week, had a big service project the ward was doing for some high school, and of course, serving God by testifying of Christ! Busy week, yet not much got done...
I'll miss getting free dinners; it's been so nice to have a well cooked balanced meal every night; I know that when I get home I'll be wishing for those dinner appointments...
I have never wanted to go to the temple more than right now, on my mission, and it's out of our boundaries by half a mile! Come on! Oh well, at least I can go with my departing group with P. Dub. Speaking of boundaries, since the Macon mission is reopening, we will be giving some of our mission to the Atlanta mission in July; most of Conyers stake, actually! I'm not sure if that means I will end my mission in a different mission, or what... I don't want to, but I guess it would be kind of cool to serve in two missions at once lol. 
Anyway, my week: 
We had zone meeting Tuesday, which was fun; some of the elders and I played a trick on our zone leaders and he parted our hair down the middle; the dreaded butt-part lol! It was pretty funny, I'll send a picture. We then had dinner with Sister Wallace, who is a nice lady who helps us with team ups and rides all the time. Wednesday we ate at the Bucks, another one of my favorite families! The mom and all the kids are Japanese except for the husband, and they are the nicest people! They actually came to the church for conference! That's discipline. The dad is one of the most Christ-like people I know, and he used to be a swearing drinking sailor with a crazy beard! The gospel truly changes lives! We also got a washer with the help of our ward mission leader, so now we can stop washing our clothes in the sink! Kidding lol...
Thursday we helped the Lopes family move; us and a couple other members showed up, everyone else was at work; that's what happens when you move on a weekday...
Saturday we helped our ward and others clean up a nature park for Rockdale County, particularly the Hightower Elementary school. We worked long and hard, and we got free t-shirts! Too bad it's a red shirt...
Later that day we helped some other families move, and that took all day lol. I don't mind moving, but it is courteous to have everything packed up BEFORE the ward arrives to help... just saying. 
Sunday we had a man named Charles show up; it was someone we met just after conference last week who said he would come back, and he did! He is from Central Africa (my companion is from the west), and he seemed to enjoy everything; we'll see him this week. 
That's about it for me. About where to fly to: we can do what is easier for y'all about the return trip; my vote is to fly in to Salt Lake and hang out till I can give that talk, then head to Nebraskaaaa or whatever. But I'll do whatever works. Do my records need to be in Utah to justify flying back there? I'll call the office and ask what my options are...
I'm nervous about getting back into the swing of things with school; hopefully by the time I have earned enough money to go somewhere I'll have my groove back. 
You know, I never thought about the fact that Uncle Darren lives Rexburg and that could get me a job and a place to stay... I'll consider that. Do you know how much I miss you guys? Most of my mission, I have done pretty well with not getting homesick; I am having far too much fun for that! But the homecoming is close enough that it's starting to scare me, and makes me excited and sad at the same time. On one hand, I love my mission and Georgia and everyone who lives here, and I don't want to stop being a missionary; on the other hand, if they are going to force me to go home anyway I might as well go back to my family lol! I am pretty stoked about seeing y'all on Mother's Day, then see ya in person in July! Holy the freak cow, that's not too far away! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I know that God lives and love us, and that His Son did die for us, and that because He lives, we too shall live. I know that The Book of Mormon is true and Joseph Smith is a prophet, and I know this because I read and prayed to know the truth. I know that we are lead by a prophet today, and we get to hear from them twice a year. I know this church is true; how could it not be? In Jesus' name, amen. 
 
Love, 
Elder Casey Guy Dickson

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Casey Guy Dickson

Casey Guy Dickson
Called to serve in the Georgia Atlanta North Mission (July 2011 to July 2013)