I made it to Sunday Ha. I don't know where to begin.
Follow my adventures here as my family posts happenings and pictures while I'm in Paraguay. Here's part from first letter sent from the MTC: Things have settled down since I've gotten here. The first three days were ridiculously busy. It seemed that like we didn't have any time to study, and they were just cram our heads with as much info as possible.
Sunday was the first respite. When we weren't in sacrament, priesthood, or devotional we were studying. Yesterday we got into the schedule that I think will be the schedule for the rest of the time, but I'm not sure.
They are changing the curriculum after this week so I don't really know what that implies. All the days feel exactly the same, and they are already are running together.
The MTC is like a time warp. Today is our first P-day so we did laundry this morning. Later tonight we have devotional. There are ten elders in my district.
Seven of us are going to Paraguay. The other three are going to Columbia. My district is really great. Everyone is really ambitious about learning spanish, and they have really strong testimonies. I think the hardest part for us is trying to balance our desire to learn the language while at the same take in all the techniques they are teaching us to share the gospel.
Though they do have a lot of cool teaching tools for the language that also help you apply it to your contacts.
We just want to be able to speak! The other guys easy to get along with as well, and we probably have a little too much fun during MDT Missionary Directed Time.Jun 17, · My Missionary Farewell Talk Wow, I might actually give you guys things to read!
For those of you who don't know, it's kind of a tradition in our church to have whoever's going on a mission give a "farewell talk" in their home wards (congregations). Or you could go on heartoftexashop.com, go on the righthand side, click on Pouch, select Chile Vina del Mar, and write me a letter for free:) If you want the actual mission address, contact my family:) Love you all!!
Aug 10, · Please start sending letters/packages to Elder Dylan Thomas Paolacci MTC Mailbox # PER-LIME N E Provo, UT He will recieve mail at this address until approximately August heartoftexashop.com: Elder Dylan Thomas Paolacci.
Sep 29, · In order to use the pouch either write a postcard or write a letter on one side of a single sheet of printer paper, fold it into thirds, fastening the top with clear tape and place a first class stamp in the top right corner.
Address the letter to. If you want to write him a letter, then leave a comment or just ask me or someone from my family.
I'll hopefully know his Canada address soon, but if you want to write him sooner, I can give you his Mission presidents address. Send a Free Letter To Your M.T.C. Missionary Same-Day.