In other great news here in Hannibal Missouri it's a billion degrees with a billion percent humidity! Ha Missouri is really starting to grow on me. I'm getting used to lunch being called dinner, and dinner being called supper. The mosquitoes and cockroaches are my best friends, they decide to come home with me some nights.
So I thought I'd tell you guys about my favorite family here in the Hannibal Branch: the Voelkels. We go over to their house every Tuesday night after we volunteer at the food pantry out in Palmyra. I love going over there because their house is like the Cheaper by the Dozen house. They have 9 kids and their oldest daughter has 2 kids so with the missionaries over it's over a dozen. They have the cutest little kids and their just like the most solid family.
We have also been teaching a the Kindall family a lot and they are awesome too. Their house has the other part of the Cheaper by the dozen house: the animals. Last week in the middle of the lesson a rooster came into the house and we had to chase it around and catch it, then I held it on my lap for the rest of the lesson. This week there was frogs all over their living room so me and Elder Baetz played stack the frogs on the sleeping dog. The Kindall family is amazing and so prepared for baptism. The kids made a "Mormon Basket" that they keep all of their Book of Mormons and pamphlets that we give them.
Love you all have a great week
|"stack the Frogs!"|