I thought I’d publish this here since this is part of my journal:
Hey President Walker,
It was great to speak with you for a few minutes a few weeks ago. My dad said you had really nice things to say about me as a missionary – I appreciate that a lot.
I will do everything I can this year to attend the Mission Reunion at your house. I think it’d be great for my little boy who’s 6 to see how cool a mission is. He wants to go to Africa on his mission and catch snakes (the real ones, not the girls :).
My family and I are doing well. I’ve been self-employed now since Nov 1, 2010. I’d worked at Prosper, Inc. for 6 years as an Internet Marketing consultant teaching clients how to build and market business websites. Prosper was a great place to work: they encouraged employees to be “practicing what we preached” by building our own sites on the side, testing different strategies, and then teaching clients what really works and what is just “heresy”.
In November I decided the time had come to branch off and focus on my own business full-time.
The first website I built in 2004 was just for fun: http://www.ClogOn.com.
Since then I’ve created http://MollerMarketing.com – a website development & internet marketing consulting business
I do still keep in touch with some of my converts from Chile. For my 27th birthday my wife, my 8 month old boy and I went back to visit Chile. It was the best and the worst really. I saw converts who were doing AMAZING and I saw others, some of them “golden”, that had fallen away for whatever reason.
I have one question for now (since this is getting a bit long): Where do I need to be financially to serve missions with my wife and/or family?
This is my main overall goal. I look up so much to you and to President Hadfield – for the amazing things you taught me as a missionary, for the success you each had as mission presidents, and for the success you have in your family and business life.
I’d love to know as much as I can about serving missions later on so I can set specific goals right now.
Thanks President. I love you and really miss you too. I look forward to staying in contact.
I’m excited to hear back from him.