Saturday, June 03, 2006

First of all, thank you all for the comments!

Secondly next thursday is the day I meet to get the evaluation. I'm really learning a lesson in patience, understanding and my techniques on lying to people have ever increased :-D. Although, it is entertaining to tell people I'm waiting on the paternity test of my ex-girlfriend's baby :-D

But what happens if I can't go? What will I do? Where will I go? I don't really see myself being able to hang around Utah Valley after being turned down for missionary service.. Then, when I tell people I can't go for medical reasons (I've been telling people it's because of depression I need the eval) They'll probably just assume I wasn't worthy or something.

But what happens will happen for a reason. I just need to find what it is.

5 comments:

Kim Mack said...

I used the "medical reasons" excuse, and I really think people believed that, for the most part. Very few looked at me as if they knew something secret about me, but since I knew they had *no* clue in reality what I was dealing with, it was simple to shrug them off.

Keep the faith, no matter what. I'm not sure you'll need to run from the valley, though ... plenty of people don't go on missions for lots of reasons.

Just me being all naive and optimistic. :)

Latin Stud! said...

"I'm really learning a lesson in patience, understanding and my techniques on lying to people have ever increased :-D" I need some of that as well!!!

GOOD LUCK! My "xcuse" is that "I'm a new member and I'll go after I graduate" which was true for a while and then it jsut turned out a LIE! but ohh well.. i can get away from people :D

Anyway! good luck! and ENJOY "Oh la la"

Latin Stud! said...

HAPPY PRIDE DAY!!!!

Samantha said...

Good luck with your psyche meeting. My husband is a bishop, and he says he's never heard of this before--the requirement came from the First Pres? or from your Bishop?

Although I suppose it's never a bad idea to hone up those "patience, understanding and ... techniques on lying,"

Again, best of luck, and keep us all posted!

Ward Cleaver said...

Exercise a little faith.

Pray.