For everyone out there that wished there was an RMTC (Return Missionary Training Center) to phase back into day-to-day life so they could avoid these awkward encounters, best of luck to you.
1. When you forget how to speak English properly.
Spanglish isn’t a real language, just in case you were wondering.
2. Going places by yourself and forgetting you don’t need a companion.
That natural instinct to look over your shoulder and make sure your companion is only a few paces behind — get rid of it. You no longer have a committed stalker.
3. Learning to call your old companions by their first names.
Yeah, I think I’m going to stick with elder.
4. The first time running into a missionary from your mission of the opposite sex.
Am I suppose to hug you now? Shake your hand still? Ignore you? Please say ignore you.
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