After a long month of John trying to submit his mission papers, it finally happened. It seems that John picked up the Taberculosis germ before he left for BYU (probably at work) and tested possative during his physical. While it was not a threat to him, he could have a problem later on in life so he is on a 9 month treatment plan. He was cleared to serve a mission but only in the states due to ongoing TB treatment (antibiotics) and liver testing, as the treatment is hard on your liver. Via skype he open his call in his BYU dorm room with about 40 kids from home and his roommates
He is going to New Hampshire, Manchester Mission. It takes in all of Main, Vermont, New hampshite and the top of New York and the top of Mass. It is very ironic - the only thing that he complained about at BYU was the cold. BOY OH BOY he will face 40 below at his mission. He has become very converted to California while at BYU, this will really set that in stone.
John and two of his friends going on missions within a few weeks of him, after going through the temple for the first time. John is very lucky, he has about 20 of his close frinds out on missions right now.
While John was busy with school and trying to get his mission papers submitted we were all enjoying a week camping at the beach. Whit and Christa always allow me to take Mazur places with me(very good sports) and it just so happened this time on the first night he fell around the fire and got a third degree burn on his leg. The rest of the week I had to wrap it twice a day and start debreeing it three days into it. It took Uncle Michael to hold him down to remove the dead skin daily so it wouldn't become infected. Bad bad grandma!
Ah... Success for both Logan and Afton. Everybody likes the camp fire.
June 28th @ 9:00 Cedar Building
Openhouse @7:00 at the Green's
JOHNS EAGLE COURT
June 27th @ 7:00 Peach & Nees
UTAH FAMILY DINNER
July 7th @ 7:00 Golden Corral
in Salt Lake City