Contact Info

You can mail a letter to Elder Wilson in the PARIS FRANCE mission at or through the postal service:

Elder B. Stanton Wilson
49 Rue Marengo
72000 Le Mans

The mission home address is:
France-Paris Mission
23, rue du Onze Novembre
78110 Le Vesinet

Monday, March 3, 2014

The Phone Call

Hey Family! :) It's nice to hear that you're doing well.

I got the debit card. And I got my Flat Stanley!!For your information, Flat Stanley and I visited the Arc de Triomph. And Flat Stanley traveled around 5,000 miles to get here. (I think) ha.

So this past week was very interesting. We saw Pritish again on Monday. And he was super well, like seriously. The prayer he gave was one of the most sincere prayers I've heard. GOLDEN!! We had a RDV set up with him for Wednesday, but sadly, he cancelled. He then called us on Thursday and told us that he couldn't get baptized because of some family things. We have a RDV set up with him to go see him at least one last time.

So, IT'S FUN TO FIND, ALL THE TIME. YEAH IT'S FUN TO FIND! Especially from 6 to 9! (I may send you that song eventually.) We were able to get out and do some port-a-port! :) And a little bit of contacting too! Elder Young had a RDV with the Doctor again. The Doctor pulled out a piece of his nail that was stuck in his toe and was making it so his toe couldn't heal. And now, his toe is healing well. Elder Young was super stoked to get that over with. (It looked super painful...)

Friday, we did a service project for the DMP. We helped him clean his ceilings before they get painted. I believe we'll be helping paint them within these next two or three weeks, too. I'm stoked! Service is SO AWESOME!!! :D

Yesterday I went to stake choir (because it was right after Church was over). So far, there are only two tenors. Me and a son of one of the stake presidency, who has a shy voice. It was fun though. We started to learn an arrangement of A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief. Seriously, this arrangement is GENIUS! I'll have to find out who arranged it so you can look it up. I thought of dad a lot while singing it. I believe that's his favorite hymn. :) ha

Also, yesterday, I got a phone call from the Assistants. And guess what? I get to stay in Cergy for another Transfer yay!!! :) And here comes the news: I will be training. Wow. I didn't see that coming. At all. Like seriously. I didn't think I was ever going to train. But I guess that's what the Lord has in store for me. I'll be getting my new companion on Wednesday. Elder Young is being transferred to Meaux with...guess who? Elder Paitrault!! No way right? Crazy!! Elder Young was hoping to serve with a francophone, and now he gets to be with one of THEE coolest missionaries ever!! :) I'm pretty happy for him.

Okay, so, I'm kinda feeling like I eat the same things every week. Every week I do a burrito fête (burrito party), some meals with rice, pasta, or a sandwich. Could you possibly compile a recipe book of easy things to make in France? I was thinking that Aunt Valerie would possibly know of some easy things...ha. Thank you so much for the recipe for my favorite muffins!! :)

I love you all!! Thank you so much for all the support! It means a lot! :) 

Kaysen, stay away from the babes! ;) haha

Have a good week! :)

-Elder B. Stanton Wilson

Bryant's Favorite Muffins . . .
French Breakfast Puffs
1/3 cup soft shortening
½ cup sugar
1 egg
1 ½ cups sifted flour
1 ½ tsp. baking powder
½ tsp. salt
¼ tsp. nutmeg
½ cup milk
6 T. melted butter
½ cup sugar mixed with 1 tsp. cinnamon

Mix shortening, sugar, and egg thoroughly.  Sift together flour, baking powder, salt, and nutmeg.  Stir in alternately with milk.  Fill greased muffin cups 2/3 full.  Bake until golden brown at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes.  Immediately roll muffins in melted butter, then in cinnamon and sugar mixture.  Serve hot.  Makes 12 muffins.

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