----- Original Message -----
From: 'Kyle Warr' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wed Feb 18 9:41
Subject: Fwd: Life in Albany--
Hello Everyone, i just want to thank everyone for the birthday wishes, and the support.
I had such a good week. and i dont know where to start.
So most of you may know who the 5 Browns are? they are 5 mormon siblings who travel the world playing 5 grand pianos?
All 5 of them went to Julliard school of music, and they are incredibly talented.
The 5 Browns were scheduled to come to Albany for a concert this last weekend, and the Stake President asked them if they
would want to do a fireside on Sunday night. Well Sunday morning right as we are about to leave the apartment for church, i
got a phone call from the Branch President telling (not asking) me to speak in church because one of the speakers was sick.
I quickly thought of some experiences and scriptures. right when church was about to start, the 5 Browns walk into the
branch for church. I got up and spoke, and it went really well.. probably one of the best talks i have given.. the spirit was
strong. after that i talked to the 5 browns for a little bit, and they are awesome! Then come to find out, the family who
signed up to feed us invited the 5 Browns too! So next thing we know, we're eating dinner with them too. some people in the
Branch had told them about my firesides around the mission, and at dinner they were asking me all about it, and they were
excited for me. One of the members ended up giving them one of my CD's... and then after dinner they didnt know how to
get to the stake center so they followed us there. they played their fireside... and of course they played really well. After the
concert, they thanked us for hanging out with them all day and said goodbye. It was awesome getting to know them, and
they are just such good people. It was such a good experience. i wrote it in my journal that night. now it's stored in my
precious corridors of memory.
It was good times! i have to get going... but i love you guys!
Love, Elder Warr