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February 29, 2016

Elder Jesse Bundy ponders over 2nd Kings Chapter 5 in the King James Version of the Bible, enjoys fishing and continues spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ in Thailand

The Sisaket Squad.. except one! Sister Coats, Elder Weaver, Elder Hunt, Elder Jesse Bundy, Sister Coats' companion.  Sister Coats looks just like my sister, Shae, haha!

Elder Jesse Bundy shared with enthusiasm his week of teaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ in Thailand and working with some really great missionaries!  He writes, "....On Tuesday, we had District meeting.  We talked a lot about giving baptismal dates and helping our investigators truly gain a testimony and really commit to change before getting baptized, as well as working with less active members in the area.  Elder Bundy shared Alma 17 in the Book of Mormon with the missionaries and compared Ammon with their district and King Lamoni with God as they look after the sheep, sometimes meet robbers, or experience difficult trials.  He went on to explain that they can follow Ammon's example, NOT THE SERVANT'S example (sitting back and weeping), but face problems, have no fear and trust in God.....Elder Weaver and I then went on a contacting extravaganza and met a lot of great people, when all of a sudden we ended up on a dead end road where a HUGE german shepherd popped out of the bushes!!  It chased us down!!  So.....Elder Weaver tased it, hahaha!  It has not given us anymore problems.  We also taught a family who lives in the jungle....straight jungle people!  The husband brought in a sack of bugs and we had to eat some......NASTY!  That night in English class, we taught the, 'Monkey's Jumping on the Bed' song.  I am loving my mission!"

I LOVE the little children here!  Two of the kids in one of the families we are teaching

"On Wednesday, we went in search of a family out of the city, about 3 kilos, and found some men standing around a construction site.  We invited them to go to church and learn English....one of them is very interested.  I don't know how it came up but out of the blue, one of them said, 'Aren't you two white people being in the wilderness out here, worried you will get killed by Thai people?'  I was like, 'Should I be?'  Elder Jesse Bundy added that he has felt completely safe and well received by the people in the Sisaket area.  That he has not been afraid even once other than the occasional dog chase.  He continued, ".....the family wan't at their house, so we went back to town and bought some coconuts to drink.  The man selling them was C R A Z Y!  He was Cambodian and very drunk, but his coconuts were very reasonably priced, so they were very hard to turn down.  Anyway, he'd ended up trying to sell us his daughters for wives......soooooo, that was AWKWARD and so wrong on so many levels!"......Elder Bundy added that they bought the coconuts and left as quickly as possible!
Elder Jesse Bundy and Elder Weaver with one of the favorite families they are teaching

"Thursday, I did a switch off with Elder Hunt.  (A switch-off is where he trades companions with another set of Elders in the area for the day.)  I have started setting an alarm on the phone for every hour, on the hour to remind me to get down and do 30 pushups.  It comes out to be around 420 pushups a day.  So, I've been doing that for the past couple of weeks.  Elder Hunt is my bud.....he is hilarious and a boss!  He is from Riverton, Utah.  I have been really impressed with how he handles difficult situations and I love working with him..."
Elder Jesse Bundy multi-tasking, lol.......on the phone, giving Elder Weaver a ride on his bike because he had a flat tire.  He added, "Elder Weaver gets flats frequently..."

"Friday, we did SWITCH OFFS IN UBON!  Elder Weaver and I were up at 4 a.m. to catch a train to Ubon, which is an hour and a half train ride from here.  But the train we got on looked like it was taking us to a concentration camp...hahaha!!  It was soooo ghetto!  I sat on the seat and it broke in half!!  But.....the switch off was soooo good!  I was with Elder Mitchell from Payson, Utah.  He taught me a lot and we did some serious work! We were blessed to teach a boat load of people and were able to get a BUNCH of phone numbers!  It was just awesome all day long working with him.  He has the same personality as my brother Jake and he even looks like him!  I'll get you a picture of him some time!"
Elder Jesse Bundy riding the train to Ubon to work with Elder Mitchell

"......Saturday morning, we were up at 4 a.m. once again to catch the bus in Ubon back to Sisaket.  Now.....I thought the train was ghetto, it had NOTHING on the half-a-bus we got to ride on, on the way home! Not only was it ghetto, but it had no windows and it was SO loud!!  It was a VERY uncomfortable experience and I was sooooo tired......but all in all, it worked out."

"We took Sister Dang, an older member who is way good at Lao and Eisan languages to teach the jungle family with us.  When we got there, something was off.....the husband was slightly drunk and his wife was very uncomfortable.  Sister Dang took the wife aside and spoke with her for a second.  When they returned, Sister Dang completely destroyed the husband!  She just spoke very plainly to him about being drunk and for being a terrible husband and father....Elder Weaver and I just looked at each other and were a bit uncomfortable at the entire situation.  Sister Dang didn't know these people for more than 5 minutes when she just stood up and began chastising their behavior!  After a very uncomfortable 2 minute silence, the husband just broke down and said, 'I want to change!  I know I am terrible and I can't do it anymore.  I want to change!'.....Then Sister Dang pointed at us and told the husband that we would tell him how, then said, 'Elders!  Tell him HOW!'......Elder Weaver and I were stunned for a minute, thinking 'OH MY GOODNESS,' but then we were able to teach them about repentance and Jesus Christ and how we can become new people!  The spirit was so strong and they are just SO ready to change and repent!  It was NUTS!  After that AMAZING experience, we went to another family behind the church.  Sister Dang, again with NO FEAR told them that even if they don't go to church or get baptized, that they need to let their kids go......then asked how old they were? We found out that they were all over 8 years old.  She said, 'Oh good, they can be baptized and they will be so well behaved!'  It was awesome, but I was like, 'calm down Sister Dang...haha...Anyway, what do I know...they are all doing good and progressing little by little."
Elder Jesse Bundy

"On Sunday, four of our investigators showed up to Church!  Wizzy, Sister Buu (she has children and is gaining a strong testimony and will be baptized this next Sunday), and one of our other families (Le and DitO.  Our District met the mission standard AGAIN, which is called balanced.  This hasn't happen in Sisaket in a very long time! I am working with some AWESOME missionaries here!  And....the Sisters witnessed Bummi, a 9 year old little girl get baptized this week!  After Church, we taught Sister Buu more about preparing for baptism through repentance, took Brother Phrong, (who is a brand new member and just received the Holy Ghost), to visit an old member and then took our family, Le and Dit, to eat at the Bishop's house!  It was just an AWESOME Sunday!!"

"In my personal study, I read a story in the Old Testament about a man named Naaman this week.  It has really stuck with me and has helped me a lot!  What I took from the story was that it's not only the big things that God asks us to do that make a difference in our lives, it's all of the little things He asks us to do every day that really counts..... I love the story, which is in 2 Kings, Chapter 5 of the King James Version of the Bible." 
 Elder Jesse Bundy stops along side of the road to get a picture while looking for a fishing hole

 "Today, we woke up at 3 a.m. AGAIN!"  (This is unusual as this day is their p-day and are going off for a day of fun on their day off.  Missionaries typically get up everyday during the week at 6:00 a.m.),  he continues, ".....this time, the other Elders came with us as we went in search of a better water source with bigger fish and hopefully some water buffalo that we could ride.  Needless to say.....we got lost!  We biked 7 kilos out of the city in pitch black, in hind sight - we won't be doing that again.  We were led to a road that was full of dogs, UFO's and cows!!  LOL....Thankfully, Elder Weaver had his taser, I had my stick and Elder Hunt had cooking pot to cook the fish in....We had to fight out way out of that situation, but thankfully, we found a river and threw a line in.  Sadly, no luck again!  I swear...the only way to catch 'em is with a net!  Anyway, today has been a BLAST so far...we are having a really good time after a very busy week of missionary work!" 
 Elder Weaver and Elder Jesse Bundy FINALLY fishing after surviving the dog fight!

Elder Jesse Bundy added, "I kind of enjoy the dog chases!  It gets the adrenaline going and it's a nice switch up from the day to day stuff.  The locals always tell us where to go fishing, but I swear, the fish here are SO hard to catch!.....We just don't use the right bait I guess.....Then we found the water buffaloes!  They are called Kwaay in Thai.  This is a picture of my unsuccessful attempt to ride one.  They are just nasty, weird animals.....and here in Thailand, if someone calls you a Kwaay - it is really bad! lolol....."  
Elder Jesse Bundy unsuccessfully attempting to ride a water buffalo!

"Well, I don't have a whole lot more time left.....that's about it for me this week.  It sounds like you guys are all doing good!  Make sure to tell everyone that I love them and to pray for Buu, Dit, Le, Wizy and Bly."

"Okedokie!  See you next wee...I LOVE YOU!!!"

Elder Jesse A. Bundy

February 22, 2016

Brother Phrong's baptism, successful inviting and extreme elephant riding mark another busy week for Elder Jesse Bundy teaching the gospel of Jesus Christ in Thailand
 Elder Jesse Bundy, Brother Phrong and Elder Weaver

Elder Jesse Bundy continues to love his mission....the people, the countryside and teaching the gospel of Jesus Christ.  He writes, "Sunday!!  BAPTISM!!!  Brother Phrong, an investigator we have been working with this whole transfer is SO AWESOME!  He loves to serve and is always helping out at the hospital.  We also enjoyed the Elder Gary E. Stevenson broadcast, who is an apostle of God, to all of the saints in Thailand.....After church, we invited our investigators, the Bly Family, to eat at the Bishop's house, and they came!  It was way cool to have Sister Bly and her two little kids get fellowshipped in a proper way!"

"District meeting was great!  I found a way cool comparison in the Book of Mormon in Alma, Chapter 17 and I compared it with bringing the members, or "sheep" back to church with our work here........Later that day, I went on switch-offs with the other Elders and the Lord blessed me to get over 20 people's numbers at the market before we went home for the day."  

"...Oh yeah, I also crashed my bike and hurt my knee again.......We are also working with 3 miracle families right now!  A family of four - Wa, Da, Noy and Gwang; another family of four - Le, Tid, Kun, and Kate, and then our family of three - Bly, Eye, and her little baby.  Wednesday, we met with Wa and Da's family.  All of them are really poor and don't have a lot, but they are always trying to feed us.  We taught the Plan of Salvation......It was a GREAT lesson.  They learned they can be together forever as a family!  Then, we taught a drunk man at the Church which was kind of awkward...lol....After all of that, we went on a way solid biking contact session!"
Some of the beautiful scenery they passed while biking back to town

Elder Jesse Bundy went on, "Later that day, we were inviting and Elder Weaver's bike broke!  We had to ride tandem for like 7+ kilos back to the city.  When we got back, we went to Book of Mormon class at the church.  One of our solid investigators was there, Sister Buu!  She is progressing pretty good, we just have to get her to church this Sunday."  

"On Friday, we trekked into the unknown wilds of Thailand!  Elder Weaver and I hopped on our bikes and rode straight into the plains of the outback farmlands in search of families to teach!!  We found some and on the way back, we were blessed to teach 3 separate families!  We read them 3rd Nephi, Chapter 11 out of the Book of Mormon and taught them who Jesus Christ is.  We didn't get a whole lot of return appointments, but it was really cool to teach them about Jesus Christ.  After that, we went back to the church and taught the Le family.  It was way cool and they committed to be baptized!!  We then played volley ball at the Ward's sports night.  It was way fun!!"

Elder Jesse Bundy is loving his mission and continually expresses his gratitude for the opportunity he is getting to serve the people in Thailand.  He also continues to follow his Dad's advice of remembering to work hard, then play hard within the rules on his P-Days.  Fishing and extreme elephant riding......

Elder Weaver riding in front of me with our fishing pole! 

"This week has been GREAT and really crazy!  Last Monday, Elder Weaver and I bought the cheapest fishing pole we could find and went in search of a monster fish.....sadly, we came out empty handed.  It's like the fish of Thailand don't like to eat hotdogs or something....LOL...but the view over the lake went was all worth it!!"
The lake Elder Bundy and Elder Weaver went fishing in

Elder Bundy goes on, "Today, Elder Weaver and I got up early this morning and biked 5 kilos into the wilderness and went fishing again!  We met a farmer who wants us to teach him the gospel and ride his water buffalo...
Elder Weaver and the farmer

"After all of that, it was still only 7 a.m.!  We biked home to hop in a member's truck and go to the neighboring city of Surin.  We went to a place called the elephant neighborhood.  It was nuts!  We watched an elephant show, then we RODE THEM!!  It was a blast!!!"
Elder Jesse Bundy and Elder Weaver checking out the elephants they are going to ride!
Elder Weaver and Elder Jesse Bundy on top of the elephant

Elder Bundy and Elder Weaver on the elephant in front getting ready to cross the river.  
Elder Jesse Bundy and Elder Weaver crossing the river on an elephant

It was just one year ago, Elder Jesse Bundy took first place in the 195 lb. weight class in wrestling at the State of Missouri High School Championship Wrestling Tournament!!  Now.........he's in Thailand, speaking Thai and Eisan, spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ and riding elephants!!!  

Jesse Bundy dominating in the championship match last year in Columbia, Missouri - then standing on the winners podium!
Jesse Bundy standing on the winner's podium February 21, 2015 - Next stop: Thailand!!

"Saturday, my knee had really been hurting to the point it was hard to walk!  I finally broke down and went to the hospital....they ended up giving me this NASTY shot RIGHT INTO MY KNEE CAP!  It hurt soooooo bad!!!  But they also gave me some medication to help it heal.  I think it has gotten better, so that's good.  After that, we went on a less actives hunt with some members.  We taught 3 different families and invited them to watch Elder Stevenson's Broadcast with us on Sunday.  I did another switch-off with the Elders.....the two junior companions contacted like bosses and got a TON of numbers when they went off the other day....."

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOMMA!!  I hope you had a GREAT day and I LOVE YOU!!!!

All in all, it was a CRAZY awesome week and I'm LOVING it here!!  I will send pictures now.

I love you,

Elder Jesse A. Bundy

February 14, 2016

Elder Jesse Bundy expresses gratitude as he finds investigators, goes to the zoo and continues to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ in Sisaket

Elder Jesse Bundy and Elder Weaver

Elder Jesse Bundy and Elder Weaver begin every day with companion scripture study, personal study and prayer before they go to work spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ.  He writes, "MOM, hello!  This week has been amazing!  We have been SO blessed in our finding and have investigators coming out the wazoo!!  We can't wait to start teaching them.  But the BEST thing ever is that just with this one week, church attendance shot up from 60 to 115!! Now, if we can just keep the momentum going and keep them coming....but we are off to a great start!  We met the mission standard on numbers......so we are all pretty pumped!!"
Elder Jesse Bundy giving an investigator a ride to church on Sunday

Elder Jesse Bundy expresses his gratitude for the missionaries he works with and their willingness to work hard and be obedient.  He goes on to talk about the work in Sisaket, "We had 11 investigators come to church AND we have 4 people with baptismal dates that I feel certain are really understanding and feeling what we are teaching.  We also have 2 whole families we are teaching that are really progressing......It's just CRAZY awesome what happens when BOTH people in a companionship are willing to work hard and be obedient!  I love it and I'm very thankful for Elder Weaver and the other obedient missionaries in this area!"
Elder Jesse Bundy and Elder Weaver all decked out in their suits just before church this past Sunday.

"For p-day this week, we are going fishing.  We have no idea where.  We are just going to find some water and throw some bait on a hook into the water, hahaha........We are going to take the fish we catch to a family home evening at a member's house and cook 'em up tonight.......I hope we get to check out the waterfalls in Ubon some time.  Earlier this week, we attended Zone Leader training in Ubon.  It's about 45 minutes away....so I was just there, where those waterfalls are last Friday.  Maybe on another p-day we'll get the chance to check those out."
Elder Jesse Bundy and Elder Weaver enjoying some coconut water while out finding investigators

"You asked about the area.  We ride our bikes everywhere everyday just like when I was in Plok.  I already told you that the food is sooooo good!  I LOVE IT!  I'm just say'n, Eisan food is my favorite Thai food.  My favorite dishes are Nam Thok, Sua Rong Hai and Som Tam.  You eat them with Khaw Niaw, or sticky rice.  It is gooood!  We are in the boonies here.  I feel pretty at home.  If we bike 5 minutes in any direction, we'll find water buffalo farms....It's awesome!  Water buffalo farms are rice farms with water buffalo on them."
Elder Bundy at the zoo in Sisaket

"We went to the zoo last week.  They have some way cool stuff there; crocs, monkeys, birds and bears!!!  All kinds of really cool animals in kind of sketchy cages that let us get up all close and personal, but it was way fun...."
Elder Weaver and Elder Jesse Bundy at the zoo last p-day

"Check out these hippo's, bears and monkeys....and of course Elder Weaver and me at the zoo!"

Elder Jesse Bundy ends this week's letter, "Well, that's it for this week momma!!!  I love you Mom!  I love you Dad!!  Tell everyone hello for me......until next week...."

I love you guys!

Elder Jesse A. Bundy

February 8, 2016

Elder Jesse Bundy gets transferred, called to be a District Leader and gets a new companion
Elder Jesse Bundy, Elder Williams, Elder Hunt and Elder Weaver.  The Sisaket squad ready to roll! 

Elder Jesse Bundy's letter home was filled with excitement and anticipation as he moves to his new area.  He writes, "This past week has been NUTS!  It has been so, so crazy and good!  So, here's the down low;  My new companion is Elder Weaver.  He was just transferred from his greenie (first) area in Chaing Rai, the furthest point north in Thailand.  My new area is Sisaket.  It is out in the far eastern border of Thailand.....my area borders Cambodia on the southern end and is very close to Laos on the eastern side.....and the food is SOOOOO good!! lol.....they speak Eisan, which is an eastern dialect of Thai and it's so much fun to speak......I have also been called to be the district leader here.....I am excited to work with these amazing missionaries and the great members here!"

Elder Jesse Bundy with an amazing man, the Bishop of the Ward in Sisaket

Elder Jesse Bundy goes on to describe the work in his new area.  He writes, "There were only 2 elders here before, so Elder Weaver and I inherited very little......it's like this awesome fresh start.  The members here are AMAZING!!  They run their meetings and everything just like in the states and they get things done......This area has had some difficulties and their congregation attendance at church has really suffered.....it is going to take a lot of work and good will.....but we can do it."

"....My second day here, we had 2 meetings with all of the auxiliary leaders in the ward, the ward mission, and the bishopric.  We set some crazy AWESOME goals.....I was able to talk with everyone and we all got really pumped about finding everyone who has stopped coming to church and getting them all to come back!  It was soooooo awesome and the spirit was so strong!  I am really excited to get to work!"

Elder Williams, a couple we are teaching, Elder Hunt, Elder Weaver and Elder Jesse Bundy

"Elder Weaver and I are killing it!  In the 3 days we have been here, we have found 2 progressing investigators (people who want the lessons), 1 dater (an individual who has a baptismal date), and have built WAY good relations with the members!......And...the best thing EVER!  I LOVE the Bishop and his wife!  They are the coolest people and want this area to grow SO bad and really want our help....the Bishop's wife is you Mom!  She says the exact same things you say - always teaching the gospel, and she made us dinner last night at their house.  She did the same thing you do, how you don't really eat with us but say you ate while you were making it and just secretly you just keep serving everyone!  It was so awesome and made me feel like I was at home!  They fed us soooo much and I felt so bad after because they wouldn't let me help do anything!  I tried to help make the food, clean their house, do the dishes, do everything I could but she wouldn't let me!  She physically forbid me......I told her that she is the Thai version of you mom."
Elder Jesse Bundy the district missionaries at the Bishop's house for dinner
Elder Jesse Bundy, Elder Weaver and Elder Hunt with the Bishop, his wife and family

"The Bishop and his wife do so much for the missionaries it's insane!  I want to do everything I can to do my best for them, the Lord and this area....."
 Elder Bundy

"Sisaket is an 8-hour bus ride from Bangkok.  We speak a different dialect called Eisan.  It's the same grammar but with different words...I am thankful for the gift of tongues and...I learned some of it from Elder Wright and a Sister in Bangkae......The food is different but soooooo good and is called Esian food......I laugh when I think how I was so worried about the food before I left.  I really lucked out! 
Elder Bundy out working, enjoying the ride!

"I have to go already!  I love you mamma and pops!!  Tell the family I love them and I am going to work super hard!"

I love you!

Elder Jesse A. Bundy

February 1, 2016

Elder Jesse Bundy mourns the loss of his Grandpa Bundy who passed away quietly in his home on January 27th, 2016
Clarence Ambrose Bundy Obituary
Our loving father and grandfather, Clarence Ambrose Bundy 96 passed away peacefully in his home surrounded by his children and family Wednesday morning, January 27th, 2016.  Clarence was born September 6th, 1919 at the family ranch in Bundyville, at the foot of Mount Trumball, Arizona to Roy and Doretta Bundy.  Clarence is reunited with the love of his life, Marvia Josephine Goodwin Bundy who was at his side and supported all his church callings and work responsibilities until her death in 1993.  He is survived by his loving companion of 21 years, Doris C. Walker Bundy of Pearland, Texas.  Along with being a real singing, poetry-quoting cowboy with a sense of humor, Clarence was known for his service to others.  He served 4 missions, numerous church callings including Bishop and was a true patriot and veteran of WWII.  He was loved and revered by all who knew him. Our lives will forever be measured against his strength of character, loyalty to the Savior as well as his infectious sense of humor in the face of trial and tribulation.  His passionate love for his family, his friends, and always and forever the love of his life, Josephine, and in his later years his sweetheart, Doris, seals his place in our lives as patriarch, hero, true friend, and everlasting inspiration.  He enjoyed singing, reading and telling stories to his grandchildren and great grandchildren, who along with their parents, love and adore him.  Loving Husband, Great Father, and Grandfather, Clarence is survived by his wife, Doris of Pearland, Texas; Clarence and Josephine’s children, Joe of Farmington, Utah, Jolayne of Washington, Utah, Chuck (Kristi) of St. George, Utah, John (Willa) of Gallatin, Missouri, Amber (Dale) of Enterprise, Utah, Kim (Nancy) of Ely, Nevada, David (Barbie) of Spring Creek, Nevada, Marvia of Washington, Utah and Milton (Diana) of Spring Creek, Nevada, 32 Grandchildren, 50 Great-Grandchildren and one brother, Orvel (Sally) of St. George, Utah, as well as his step-children, Carl (Barbara) of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Doug (Morgan) of New Iberia, Louisiana, (John) of Magnolia, Texas, and Beth (James) of Pearland, Texas.  Visitation will be Friday, January 29, 2016, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., at Metcalf Mortuary, 288 West St. George Boulevard, St. George, Utah.   Viewing, prior to funeral services, Saturday, January 30, 2016, 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., the Rock Church in Washington, Utah, 82 North Main Street.  Funeral services to follow at 11:00 a.m.  Interment to follow funeral services at the Mount Trumball Cemetery on the A
Arizona Strip.

Elder Jesse Bundy goes on to add, ".....It was so great to be set apart for my mission at my Grandpa's house and to receive his words of encouragement and testimony before he passed.....I feel really blessed and lucky!.....I wish he could of held out until I got back, but I know I will see him again.  I am grateful for the gospel of Jesus Christ and the knowledge of the Plan of Salvation and that families can be together forever.  I have a testimony of this work and I know that our family has been sealed in God's holy temple and I know that I will see my Grandpa again!"


Elder Jesse Bundy went on to discuss his mission travels this week.  He wrote, "We are about to get the transfer calls, hopefully.  This week was pretty average, in fact down right slow.......I have just been trying to get all of the records an investigators in order.  I am fairly certain I will be leaving this area this week...."

This is my good buddy, Brother Game. 
Elder Jesse Bundy with all of the elders that live in his apartment in Bangkae

Elder Jesse Bundy's letter was short this week as he prepares to be transferred to a new area and to work with a new companion.  He writes, "The work has been WAY SLOW this week.....no new investigators and all of our previous daters (investigators with baptismal dates) faded away.  So that stunk, but Brother War got baptized last week and is getting the Priesthood and Brother Gaang is still progressing, slowly, so that's good......"  Elder Bundy expressed his desire to make sure that the people he is teaching fully understand and have a testimony of the gospel before they get baptized.  He has been concerned that some of the new members he has been out to visit in their homes were baptized too quickly without really understanding the church, or having a testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Brother Gaang, Elder Jesse Bundy, John and Elder Bingham
Brother Gaang, Elder Jesse Bundy, John, Elder Bingham, Boss and Tan

Elder Bundy goes on to discuss his personal study for this week and other topics.  He writes, "In my personal study, I found this sick thing in last years' January 2015 Ensign that maps out the stories of the Old Testament......so the past couple of days, I've been going over it.  Everyone needs to study it!  It's AWESOME!"

"We haven't received the call for transfers yet, but other elders have so it should come any second....last p-day, we went to Siam Paragon, which is a huge mall place and we ate at Sizzler's!  It was AMAZING!  I don't need any money, but thanks.  We get our food money at the first of the month, soooooo yeah!!!  Today is February 1st......"

"Soooooo, we are going to get outta here pretty soon.  I hope you got all of my pictures and that I answered all of your questions....no call yet, so I guess you'll have to wait until next week to find out where I'm going.......just know that I'm waaayyyyy good, the church is true and I love and miss you guys!   I love you!!!!!  I'll talk to you next week!"

This is my Grandpa still out cowboy-ing and working on the ranch in his 80's!!!

Elder Jesse A. Bundy