Elder Spencer Cooper

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Elder Spencer Cooper

Georgia Atlanta North Mission

1150 Cole Dr. SW

Lilburn, GA 30047

Monday, April 7, 2014

I'm a sleey bear!

Man, I'm pretty tired. It's been a good week. A lot of meetings though. Transfers came and went and we got some cool new people in our nice little zone were running. I'm super glad Elder Zimmerman and I are still companions. We've been having a blast. On Friday we had a leadership council meeting that took forever and wasn't all that moving. So that kinda frustrated me, sometimes we just need to get out and work more. But anyway General Conference was pretty fantastic. We were able to have 7 investigators attend over the 5 sessions. 2 came the Saturday afternoon, 1 to priesthood, and 4 at the Sunday morning. I was glad we had the 4 we did at Sunday Morning cause I thought that was so powerful and our most legit investigators came to that one. My favorite talk was either Pres. Uchtdorf's on gratitude, Pres. Eyering's on Heritage of Hope and his priesthood one on heroes, or Dallin H Oaks on Priesthood. Oh and there was a 70 who talked about the restoration that last session and it was so good. And as always Elder Holland and Elder Christofferson are awesome.

This week we have our Zone Training meeting which should be pretty sweet. Have a lot of good appointments set up too so that's cool. Gonna play some rugby in the rain again today for pday should be a good time. Ate out a ton last week too! Had some bomb Mellow Mushroom which I didn't know but apparently is in AZ. So I would highly recommend it, super good pizza. Also had some mediocre sushi. It amazes me how many people won't try sushi, cause it's so good.

Hm. Nothing much to say.... Glad I'm still in Johns Creek though it's a great place. I know the church is true and I invite everyone who is an honest seeker of truth to pick up a Book of Mormon and read it because I know it's true more than I am sure of probably anything else. Love you everybody. Don't die soon (cause we all die one day).

Elder Cooper '

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