Sunday, February 22, 2015


                                                                                                                      Feb. 16th 2015
Hey Everyone,
So Its been a busy week here in George South Africa. The work has been rather tough though. We are currently not teaching anyone at the moment. The branch here is kind of small and its members are struggling. The branch president is this cool guy from Zimbabwe. 

So I'm starting to get more familiar with my new area. I don't think that I have ever made so many u-turns in my entire life. I found out that we cover the largest area in the mission and its just the two of us. Its been really tough. We don't have any people that we are teaching so that means we have to spend our days tracting. People here are very prosperous in some places so finding someone is going to be an uphill battle.

The weather down here has cooled down considerably. It rains often here so George is very green. On the bright side, we have been eating out a lot lately so I have gotten to sample a lot of South Africa's food.

These next few weeks are going to be tough but I have full faith that the work here in George will move forward.


Elder Sean Herrick

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Indian Ocean, George South Africa

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Beach near George, South Africa.    (disregard date)

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George, South Africa      (disregard date)
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Elder Sean Herrick, George, South Africa, Indian Ocean in Background

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Elder Moliki and Elder Herrick

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