Monday, April 25, 2011

Be Greater Than Yesterday...

hello family :)
well easter sunday was very good in our ward. sacrament meeting was really really good and then me and elder k got to teach the priest quorum. its crazy to think that i was in their shoes not that long ago and thinking the mission is so far away. but the whole day was really good. for dinner we went over to the Beans. Pretty much the coolest family around here. Bro. Bean reminds me of dad. they have 4 kids and the two oldest boys are 16 and 15 and they have two younger girls. we were over there for pretty much the whole night. Lofton (the oldest) boy reminds is just like Camden Gillins. but they are a really cool family. the day was great and for sacrament the speakers were very simple. it was a husband and wife and they just bore testimony of Jesus Chirst and his sacrifice for all of us. it was really good.  sounds like your satellite broadcast went great. im glad. im glad austin is finding his spot and filling the shoes if another great Glenn :):) haha i love you all. 

 so i got a package from Caitlin last week and one of her questions in the letter asked me what my favorite general conference talk was, and so i thought and we actually talked about it in priests quorum for the lesson. it was the talk that President Uchtdorf gave like a  year ago or so about making the small course corrections in life and how much of an impact one degree has on us later on in our lives.  we talked about to the priests about what we decide to do while we are this age will definitely make affects later on. it doesn’t mean the Atonement won't be there but we need to do everything to stay on that  course. i told them how my whole attitude on things changed when i actually realized that my future was being affected. 

i really like the track quote this year (Be Greater Than Yesterday) it sounds like the boys track team is really doing good. hey is micheal mcdonald still thinking about serving a mission? thats awesome to hear about Allen. tell them all hi for me.
thanks for the package and everything. thanks exactly what i was looking for. the week went well and everything here is going great. tell dad hi for me and that i miss him. have a great week. love you all and i cant wait to talk to you on mothers day. and yes the write up in that newsletter sounds good. thanks for everything. love ya.
elder brian glenn schofield

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