Jacob 6:2 And the day that he shall set his hand again the second time to recover his people, is the day, yea, even the last time, that the servants of the Lord shall go forth in his power, to nourish and prune his vineyard; and after that the end soon cometh.

Cutest video ever!

Cutest video ever...At the very beginning you hear Elder Morgan tell the kids to go find a chameleon (the Malagasy are afraid of chameleons because they think they’re poisonous so it’s always a big deal when the missionaries touch them). Taylor then tells the kids to smile “ Tsiky tsiky tsara”. That cute little boy in the front left is asking, “Is it a picture? Who? Who? Who?” And you hear Taylor tell him it’s a video.

More cute kids!

Ha, when I was talking to all the kids, we were just naming a ton of different "laoka" that they like. Laoka is toppings for rice, they have a ton of kinds, so we were just naming a bunch.

Stories, Comments?

If any of you have received any letters or great stories from Taylor and would like to share it, we'd love to have it and post it here. When Taylor is done we are going to make this blog into a book for him. So we would love to have any additional stories that he may send to you. Just email them to moultonfamily1@msn.com. THANKS!!

Feel free to make comments to the posts below, and they will be emailed to Taylor. He would love to hear from you. Even if it is a small comment.

Letters from Elder Moulton:

Monday, June 25, 2012

June 23, 2012- Life rocks in the MTC!

Hey again!

So this'll probably be a shortish letter, because its not P-day so we don't have lots of time. Anyway, thanks for the package! So many cookies, they'll definitely last all 9 weeks. Thanks for the other stuff too.

As far as a jacket, wanna just grab a kinda baggy one? I don't care really, I'll never use it here, it's too hot, but I'll pack it for Mada. Also, the Malagasy hymnbook would be nice. We sing out of them every day. (We're horrible, ha.)

So, in my last letter, I think I talked about my district. We have such a sick district, everyone is so wild, but we can crack down when we need to.

The language is nuts. I'll give examples in my email, but it's exactly like talking like Yoda. Everything is backwards.

Finally saw Jay, he was way happy, we ran into each other during lunch. Speaking of lunch, I have in fact gotten my appetite back.

Anyway, Elder Jensen & I got to teach our first lesson in Malagasy last night. The guys name is Tojo (pronounced "Toot-zoo"). We couldn't understand him hardly, but he seemed to understand us. We did a super simple Restoration lesson.

I'll give more details in an email, talk to you soon!


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