Monthly Archives: June 2011

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  Greetings bioforms, I was under the impression I had been sent to a warm mission. Currently, it’s -3º C. I believe I was misinformed. Apparently we hit below freezing temperatures even here. The rain this week has been even … Continue reading

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Wouldn’t it be Nice?

It’s June 22nd, 22 weeks since Steven set foot in the MTC in Provo, Utah. (Only about 82 to go, but who’s counting?) He is obviously loving every minute of his “Adventures in Argentina.” I too hope you enjoy reading … Continue reading

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On and On and On and On

Such is the mission. It never stops. Its always deluxe grade A excitement, and always challenging. This week has proved to be no different than any other that I’ve had so far, but still, you feel the rush every day. … Continue reading

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Life

This boy of mine cracks me up! While he is there to spread the gospel, he is also fully engaged in nature’s creations and his environment. I know he is loving not only the people, but also the amazing land … Continue reading

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Viva la Vida

Hello blog followers! This is Steven’s letter dated May 30th. I apologize for the delay…but it’s well worth it 🙂 To understand the first paragraph of this letter, here’s a little glimpse from my journal, dated May 27th, with love, Marsi: … Continue reading

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