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Subject: The Last Letter Of Elder Rushton Date: July 29th, 2013

Erik by Graffiti that reads “The Dream Is Now”

Well, I’m all packed and ready to go. It seems surreal that the day is  finally here when my mission ends. Tomorrow I’ll head to the mission office, go through the job and marriage seminar, go to the temple, stay at some other missionaries apartment . . . → Read More: Subject: The Last Letter Of Elder Rushton Date: July 29th, 2013

Last Week!

Erik with his Aunt Jill.

Whenever I’m in a dangerous part of Michigan I always joke about having to go to the ER for a gunshot wound. It’s a joke I’ve been telling since before my mission began. Well I finally made it to the ER, but with pneumonia.

So here’s the short . . . → Read More: Last Week!

July 16th-Spending a Couple Days in the Hospital

Erik had a nice stay in Hurley Hospital

Erik didn’t get P day this week.  He was in the hospital in Flint Michigan.  He kept getting sicker and sicker all week and then went to the Insta-care last Friday.  They thought he just needed to wait it out and stay on his antibiotic . . . → Read More: July 16th-Spending a Couple Days in the Hospital

Firework or Gunshot? Letter from July 8th 2013

 

Erik and his companions model their fashionable ties

Dear family,

I feel like absolute crap today. Why did I have to get sick the last month of my mission!?! Saturday morning and afternoon we had two service projects and I started to feel bad at the end of the second one. I . . . → Read More: Firework or Gunshot? Letter from July 8th 2013

July 1st letter: Subject: Investigator Slurpee Finding

We had a pretty good week this week in terms of missionary work. Slurpee’s helped me find another prospective investigator! On Friday we decided to hit 7-11 to end the night and on our way out of the store a guy who had been outside smoking asked if we were the Mormons. When . . . → Read More: July 1st letter: Subject: Investigator Slurpee Finding