May 12, 2008

Happy Mother’s Day once again!
I was so glad to be able to talk to you yesterday!

Today we woke up to huge gusts of wind and rain. Not my idea of a beautiful day, so we are going to the church to play volleyball. One of my friends just got sent home from the area of Doylestown but another one who I haven’t seen in a long time took his place up there and he is coming to meet us at the church for district meeting today. So I’m pretty excited.

Here is my area.

Kinda weird bounderies huh? We also cover a lot of the members that live North of our area and places where there aren’t other missionaries..

We have an exciting week coming up. We have two possible baptisms on Sunday. Elder Nance’s first, so I am very excited for him! We also have our Zone Conference at the Broad St Chapel with two other zones on Thursday. I am looking forward to that as well.

I love you all.

Merry Mothers Day!

I love you.

Elder Michael Oakford


One Response to May 12, 2008

  1. Nancy Wood Zornes says:

    Hi, Elder Oakford,

    Do you remember me? I used to direct the stake choir, and loved having you and your Mom sing with us. I found your blog by accident and you can’t imagine how thrilled I was! You look great! I don’t know if you knew that a while back I married Robert Zornes from your ward? We have been called to serve a fuill time mission in Salt Lake City, in the Church and Family History library. We’re going to be set apart next Sunday and will leave the Tuesday after that. We’re pretty excited. I’ll keep checking back on your blogs and will keep you in our prayers. Love from Sister (Wood) Zornes

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