Ia ora na i te mau taata i o ra!
This week has been great. We are making some real progress with an investigator named Taae (pronounced taw-eye). He came to church for the first time yesterday and seems to really like the lessons. He has had some friends approach him and even question him for taking the missionary lessons. But he keeps wanting to take the lessons and he even has started to read in the Book of Mormon every day. Its really cool seeing him progress We have an awesome member integrator for him too so things are going really good.
The language is really coming along this week and I get along with Elder Ollerton very well. He is a really good guy. We got a call this week saying that we would either leave on the 13th or the 15th for the main land. We will stay until the 18th, it will be really cool to see other missionary's and our mission president.
Here is a picture of Elder Ollerton and I riding in the back of a truck with a box of watermelons. Notice the Tahitian hand signs.
And here is 30$ worth of taro that Elder Ollerton and I dug up over the period of 1 hour. Taro is the Tahitian equivalent to potatoes and is not easy to dig up.
So I'm out of time for this week, mais à la prochain,
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Elder Cody Tiler Rose
Tahiti Papeete Mission
The Church of Latter Day Saints
B.P. 93 Mormon Mission
Papeete, Tahiti 98714
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