President & Sister Robinson & Elder Eppich

President & Sister Robinson & Elder Eppich

Thursday, August 25, 2011

August 25, 2011

Elder Eppich made his transfer yesterday. Long day for him. He stayed up pretty late and cleaned his house and was to be in Lubbock for his bus ride to San Angelo by 9:00 a.m. Missed the bus so he had to be ran to Odessa and there he waited for an hour for the bus and then took a 6 hour bus ride to San Angelo. He was very happy about that because he was able to get some much needed sleep. He said he is in a town of about 100,000 people. When he got off the bus he was hit with extreme heat. His companion is from Utah and has been out for about 6 months. He said he is a hard worker and looking forward to getting to know him. His comp said he really likes the town but people are not nice because this town is close to that Polygamists Jepps, (crazy guy) so they associate him with us. So he is anxious for planning meeting tomorrow. He is healthy and happy and says to tell everyone Hi and he loves them.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Transfered to San Angelo, Texas Aug, 22, 2011

News from the mission field has it that Elder Eppich is headed to San Angelo, Texas.
He will be headed there Aug. 24,2011. He has been in Portales a little over 6 months and
is looking forward to some new scenery. We will look forward to some news from him on
Thursday which is his prep day.

Friday, August 5, 2011

August 5th, 2011

I decided I had better put a little information on here for Nate. He has become very inconsistent with his letter writing. So if any of you have written and he hasn't written you back, I will apologize for him. He isn't following the rules and writing to his Mom even. That Boy!
He is still in Portales, NM He has served there for 6 months. He believes that he will be getting transferred here in a few weeks. He loves the people there. He had to let his greeny go, Elder Ward. He trained him and he said he was the best guy. Very humble and funny and willing to learn but very homesick. He went up to Amarillo, Texas to serve. He is happy and enjoying the fruits of their labor. He enjoys watching people he cares about enter the waters of baptism. He can't believe that he is winding down to 6 months left. Crazy he says. He will return home the end of February or first week of March. He misses the family and looks forward to spending time with everyone. He reminds us ofter how important it is to stay close to the Lord and stay close as a family.

Hopefully we will get some updated photos soon.