I really will miss Grenville, at least I got to say my goodbyes and have a last great sacrament meeting with them. It was really sweet. I loved that area and I have grown a lot there. I will probably be used to the new area by next week. So with mail, stop sending it to Grenada, and now send it to the mission office. It actually gets here a little faster. all the letters that are going to Grenada now will be redirected to me sometime in the future when a next missionary comes down from there, so don't worry.
The reason for the E.T. is there was an opening that came up in the JCAP position and a next 2 missionaries are now in Grenville, which is funny cause one of them is Elder Sherren, my MTC companion.
For the last morning/p-day in grenada we went on a adventure to a place called Hog Island, some place where they were going to build a resort there and had a bridge built but the company failed or something and now its just an empty island that we explored on! was a great time and a cool last day thing.
I really don't know my thoughts completely on leaving. I loved that area. I love those members, that is such a great experience to see the church in its grass roots and now I get to see it in its most functional form. from a tiny group where i ran church to a ward with several companionships in it and the most busy area in the lesser antilles. weird, but i will love it here! Expect next week a lot of pics of me eating miscallaneous fast food places here! going to get real fat, especially cause we have a car!
I had a last meal goodbye with the branch's, I love them! I hope to meet them again. Also the sisters in St. Georges had a baptism last saturday and I got to perform the ordinance in the Grand Anse bay which was great. The guy is going to be great for the church there! And now I get to cross of my mission goal of baptizing in the ocean, and on such a beautiful bay too!