This week was a little weird. Not that it was different, really---I just kind of realized how much has happened recently. I guess it's partially because my companion got transferred. He's been in Jinju for a long time, and now he's going to an island called Jeju, which people call the Hawaii of Korea. It's kind of hard, since it's far away from the mainland and you have to take a plane to get there and can't really see anyone for a while---but I think he's happy about it. I guess it just made me think about everything, and feel stupid for some things, but remember the good things we've done, too. The idea of living in the moment is hard, but I think essential, and something I forget a lot. So we had a transfer meeting today---we just met with all the other transferring missionaries, and also the ones who are returning give talks, etc. It was really good, but also kind of weird---but I know things are going to be great. This week we taught Sister Lee again. She came with a notebook full of questions that she had, and we spent a lot of time talking about them. Then she told us at the very end that she tried praying, and it was obviously a great experience. I just felt really good---I think because prayer seems so basic, almost obvious, I forget how much it helps other people, and take it for granted. She's really awesome. I've also been trying to study the Old Testament a bit---I'll let you guys know how that's going soon---I think Moses seems like a good guy so far.
I hope everyone's doing well. I can never think of things to say when I write---I guess this week we ate a lot of toast. There's a place here called Isaac Toast, and they make lots of different kinds of toast. I know it might not sound great, but it's actually really awesome, and pretty cheap. If it were called the House of Toast, that might be a little better, but as it is, I'm pretty happy with it. I know you guys are awesome, and helping those around you. I think about you guys a lot, too. I just hope you don't worry about me too much---I love you, and miss you guys. Thanks so much for everything---keep it up.
-Elder H. Thomas Campbell