Thanks for the DearElder information and sorry about your kitchen; that is quite a big fix needed for a little problem--MAJOR BUMMER--I'm glad to hear you like your vinyl tile though. That Master's Thesis classes sound stressful and hard, but I know you can do it, it seems rather redundant having to write 30 pages about you finding that research. It maybe just me but I find it rather...well...dumb. I hope it doesn't stress you out too much though because you'll need to be able to actually enjoy the free trip to Belgium you're taking! That really sounds like it will be way fun, and this might be because I am an underachiever now, but when it comes to school, I would totally trade a 4.0 for a free trip to Europe! But again, that's just me.
Anywho, onto mission news! I am working with three new investigators...[more information in written letter]...The members feed me practically every night...[more personal information about members]...
At the moment, I can't really think of anything I "need," however, if any good music comes out you deem "mission worthy," send it along, and if it isn't mission worthy, make a list of them and of good movies so I can see them when I come home. Well, that's all for this letter. I hope all is well at home. Love you and miss you.
Elder Jacob S. Chipman
P.S. That is crazy Fletch got a Mercedez...Maybe you can drop some subtle hints to mom and dad, yes? :)
P.P.S. Oh, by the way, I was given a baby grand piano and I'm shipping that home...Hope someone has room for it 'til I come back! HaHaHa.