This week flew by again! And it feels like every passing week gets faster and faster! I dont know why but sometimes it can be a blessing. The days have been the same but the curriculum has changed... a lot. In our language studies we have been learning conjugation. The conjugation in Tagaglog is different because you conjugate verbs based on what you want the focus of the sentence (ex. If you want to say "He has hamburgers in the fridge" you would conjugate "to have" in way that would show emphasis on "hamburger". A lot different compared to english!
My family sent me some ties (pictures coming soon), and asked me to guess which tie my dad picked out for me. I don't know if I'm right yet, but I'm pretty sure that it's the tie that was super thick and fat. I don't want to show a picture yet because I want you to imagine it first with this description: It smells like, and looks like curry... sounds weird, but I think when you look at it you'll see it. I have also been trading ties with the other elders here. I went to the room next to us and met a guy who hadties that are worth $300!!!! That's nuts, in fact he said that his grandpa does the ties for most of the general authoritites, and he has a copy of President Uchtdorf's favorite tie!
My compainions and district have looked at me writing letters and they always comment on how small my handwriting is in letters and journal, I apologize if you are unable to read my letters. If you haven't already, I recommend investing in a magnifiying glass to help you read them. And if your wonderning how I write that small, I write with a Pilot G2 that has a tip sizing in at .38 mm. Its my favorite pen, as it should be yours!
I love you all and miss you all! See you in two,
Elder Trevor Kent Johnson ( The Weirdest Missionary You Know)