Week 5 is very gnice

Hey Yall! It’s been a WEEEEEEK! Thanksgiving was a blast. But I’ll start at the beginning of next week. We got a new couple on date for a baptism! They’ve been on date before, but my comps said something has changed about them. They’re very confident. Their names are Billy and Tammy. Keep them in your prayers! We also have DENNIS who is the very definition of a golden investigator. He’s so smart and knows the foundations of the gospel. He’s the kinda guy who will go through the temple and then say “oh yeah I get it. That made sense to me.” He’s the best. The baptism is this Saturday! I’m unbelievably excited to be involved in a baptism. Should be good! 

I’d like to explain more of what Cape Girardeau is like. It’s the kind of place where a WalMart next to a McDonalds is normal and if either are not next to each other it’s a weird sight for the people of Cape. It’s the kind if place where iHop is a delicacy and a health store would be bombarded with angry rioters on 5 minutes of opening. If stereotypical America were personified in a city, its Cape. People talk about the Russians and The Chinese like they’re about to invade through the gulf of Mexico. They talk about them ‘Dang Liberals’ like they’re all Anti Patriots and and want America to be destroyed. There are more Pro Life billboards in Cape than Homie Realtor billboards in Utah. I love it here. The people are brutally honest. There are no fake faces. If someone doesn’t want to talk to you, they will brutally say it to your face. It makes missionary work easier actually. The families in our ward are so legit. I love them. 

There are so many churches here. There’s one called La Croix. And I always say “That Church is Flavorless!” Get it? Because La Croix the drink is DISGUSTING. I’ll get a picture in front of it someday. 

Okay that’s all for now. I love you all! Let me know if there’s anything I can do for you! 

Love Elder Inkley