Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Happy Independence Day!

Austin hasn't written a mass email the last couple weeks, so here is part of the letters to me and to Grandma Lorraine....  

Hey Mom!

Great to hear from you. I am jealous of the stadium of fire Tim Mcgraw concert. I bet that was a lot of fun and super cool. The pics make it look good too! Thanks for sending them.

That sounds like a fun bbq with the Hermansens. Be sure to let them all know I say hi and that I would love to hear from them ;).

(He got a new mission President this week) I love president Torres to death already. I thought the Maluendas were amazing... man, president Torres is on a whole different level. That guy literally baptized villages on his mission, haha. He also had some awesome inspiring words to share with us and in our interviews. I'm super excited. That will be cool to go to the Maluenda's homecoming. I wish I could be there. They changed my life forever. I owe them so much.

Well everything is still going super good for me. Thanks so much for the excercise dvd. I have been using it.

Anyways I sure do love you a lot. This will probably count as my mass email for the week since i'm not sure what to write about. I have hardly been able to work in my area this last week with all of the new mission president craziness. I did get to see Elder Christensen again and he said that his mom had seen a picture of Reilly and wanted him really bad haha. I miss elder Christensen, he is a super good guy. Also Elder Rosaschi and I had some pretty good apple pie in honor of Independence day.

Anyways, have an awesome week!


Elder Sheehy

Hello grandma!

So glad to hear from you again. It sounds like you had a fun 4th of July. Ours was very strange because we had our P-day as normal, but we had to go in at six for the holiday. So we didn't get to go out at all. It felt very weird. I can't imagine how it will feel the first couple of days I return home. We also were fed some delicious barbecue as all the missionaries in the Harlingen region from a very generous member. What I love is that all of the holiday food is very tex-mex around here. You had your normal hotdogs, chips, and barbecued roast, but they also had rice and tortillas, and such. Something I will miss about here. I love the combining of cultures.

Thank you so much for the kind words. I hope I am helping you all back at home as well. I also feel our loved ones helping out a lot on the other side of the veil. I'm almost convinced that Tyler is teaching the ancestors of the people that I get to teach. It's a vibe I get quite frequently. Something really cool.
Well I love you so much and look forward to hearing from you again soon!


Elder Sheehy

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