Mt. Isa

Mt. Isa

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Week April 11


I'm trying to attach some pictures to another email and sent those so we'll see how it goes. It’s taking a while for them to download of course. I'm not really sure what the best way to do this is but whatever I guess I’ll figure it out.

Yesterday a member with a big land cruiser took us out into the bush just for a quick look at Mt. Isa from a place called Four Mile Hill which is 4 miles out of town, naturally. It was cool, and if you get the pictures, you see we're pretty much in the bush of Aussie. It’s all good though. It’s getting cooler so it’s been nice outside. It’s the perfect time to be here. Well, that’s what people say, so I reckon they're right.

It’s good to hear Colin’s getting registered for classes (at BYU) but not so good that things aren't really coming together. The mission prep teacher I had was Bro. Bott but his classes are probably already completely full but they're all good teachers. Just jump in and learns as much as you can. You shouldn’t have a problem, most teacher are pretty good, just don't get Ludlow for BOM. I've heard he's painful to listen to.

Wow that's great that you (Colin) brought your girlfriend to church. Good on ya man, I'm impressed. Maybe she'll even want to have the discussions (lol). Well the Mining Expo was on this week. Sadly, we didn't get to go but the ward is having an Easter get together this weekend so we're excited. We might even get to be wise men (lol). We'll see how that goes. I’m going to teach Elder Munyard how to make confetti eggs today. It’ll be fun, I think.

How to Make Confetti Eggs, also known as Cascarones.

Festive cascarones are believed to date back to romantic Renaissance days when Italian gentlemen filled emptied eggshells with perfume or cologne and tossed them to women as a sign of affection. Nowadays, children "bump" the fragile eggs on the heads of others and make a wish. If the eggshell breaks and showers the recipient with confetti, it is said the wish will come true

All is good here and we're still working hard. Thanks for the uplifting word and as always it’s good to hear from you. Love you and well talk to you next week.

Elder Hatch

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