Well.... this is my last email home, which is super bittersweet. We had a pretty exciting last week, topped of with Tomi's baptism (which went well despite more than a few bumps). But hey, it all worked out, he's a member now, and he and his older sister are doing great. Hopefully the missionaries after us will be able to work with the whole family.
Oh yeah, Elder Phillips is also leaving Kecskemét, we're being replaced by sisters.... It's alright though. We finally met President Hettinger this week, and he is awesome. I'm actually super jealous that I can't stay longer and serve with him. He's amazing. I'm really excited for the direction the mission is going to go. Things are going to be so great in Hungary. And Romania too I guess.
Also true to form, I took almost no pictures this week. Fortunately Elder Phillips has a bunch of pictures so I'll send those home.
We also had a 4th of July party which was fun. The Bishop and his wife made some Sticky Fingers (apparently you can get them at Wingers?). It was a good time.
This last week was a good one, I'll tell you all about it later in person.
The last two years (plus a little extra) have been a great experience, I've learned a lot, and I've been blessed to see the gospel change people's lives. I know that this is the path that leads to happiness in this life and eternal life in the next. I know that the Book of Mormon is true, and I've seen it help others as they study it and live according to it's teachings. I know that God loves us and takes care of us.
I love you all! See you soon!
Only picture I took this week: Benedek noticed a dead pigeon on the lawn one day, then before the baptism he told me to come see this window in the Primary room. And well, we found the outline of a pigeon on the window.
The Sticky fingers thingy