Alright, Mother, I don't have enough time to send a proper email this week, but let me respond to this one :)
Single digits, huh? With the wind chill here, it's probably about the same :) Except, of course, the snow. I can't believe you don't have lights up! Even our neighbors have lights up, and they aren't Christian :)
I'll talk more about Jared next week, his story is incredible.
I love the members here. There's a family that feeds us every week called the Sutton family. They are wonderful. Remind me in my next letter to give you the low-down on them, I love this family.
Good to hear Janeese is doing well. Wait, Greg in the folk dance crew...haha, now I can only imagine him in leiderhosen (I have no idea how to spell that, but the mental image will never disappear).
I am currently forming a plan for Skype. Thank you for giving that information, it will help a lot. We probably won't be able to do it at the chapel, because there is only one computer and four sets of missionaries. So, Elder Ganta and I are searching for a place to do it. We do have a place for dinner on Christmas eve and day, so depending on when tea ends (normally around 6 in England), we'll be on our way to some sort of computer source. Best case scenario, we'll be staying at that member's home and using their computer. India's time zone is different [Stewart's companion, Elder Ganta, is from India], so we won't be conflicting or anything. I'm going to strive for 7pm our time. I'll let you know how it works out, and where we're going to be. I can tell you that we will be using Skype. An international call would be even more complicated than finding a computer.
Haven't got my packages yet, they're sitting at the mission office. I'll be able to get them this Thursday, because we are heading up to the Temple for a Christmas dinner with president and a session :) Should be wonderful.
Alright, got to go, 17 seconds left...