Monday, January 4, 2016

New Years

Hey Everybody!

So we had another good week this week.  For exchanges this week just to give a glance of where I've been, I went to Kortrijk with Elder Garcia, we went on exchanges with the Geel Elders but I brought Elder Morrow back here to Antwerpen, we had a sister support day in Lokeren with Sister Duncan and Sister Karlson.  Oh, and we had to bring a bike to some Elders in Maastricht in the Netherlands.  So that was fun.  Time just keeps going by faster and faster and faster... it's crazy!

Kortrijk, Belgium
Medieval houses in downtown
picture from Google
Geel, Belgium
Train Station
picture from Google

Lockeren, Belgium
City Hall
picture from Google

Maastricht, Netherlands
Typical street in ancient city centre
picture from Google

The members here in Antwerpen were so kind, they all pitched in a little and got the missionaries serving from their ward and us serving here gifts for Christmas and new years.  Lots of really nice shampoo, lotion, aftershave, socks and stuff.  I was so touched and grateful.

This year for new years, President Bunnell challenged all the missionaries to set goals for the upcoming year, and for years to come.  I am so grateful to the Lord for being so willing to guide us as we look to him.  As we are sincere and look to Him, He will give us direction for our lives.

The Lord Has a Plan for Us!
Carlos A. Godoy
October 2014 General Conference

I love you guys!

-Elder Lott

Question of the Week:  Are there toll roads in your mission, or is it free driving through Belgium/Netherlands?

Answer: I haven't been on any toll roads, most roads are free to ride on.  Driving here in Belgium is so crazy though!  Roads are going all kinds of ways, there are signs everywhere, and cameras at nearly every intersection to take pictures if you are going even a little bit too fast or if you even come close to running a red light.  So pretty much there is no free agency when driving here.  The Netherlands is so much nicer to drive in.

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