This week’s been great. We’ve had a lot success and we’ve learned a lot. We’ve found many ways to improve ourselves. Miracle of the week: We contacted a former investigator from 2008. He seems really willing and we have high hopes for him.
Monday – Had Thanksgiving dinner, even though it’s not Thanksgiving. We celebrated on our p-day. The food was really good, we had normal thanksgiving food and had a real turkey! Apparently it was really expensive. We did a lot of shopping and I think we did more contacting. Our p-days are pretty busy.
Tuesday – Had a great district meeting. I love our district meeting. Our district leader, Elder Christensen is awesome. After we went to KFC. KFC is really good here. Way better compared to the ones in America. I don’t know why, but it’s awesome. It’s pretty expensive though. Same as Mcdonalds, which I haven’t eaten at, actually I got a mcflurry one time. It was pretty good. We also had a fun Family Home Evening. I like FHE, we’re trying to get more people to come to them. Though I don enjoy getting to know some of the members we need to get more investigator to come to FHE.
Wednesday – Was just a normal day. We taught 3 lessons, which I guess isn’t normal, but nothing really exciting happened.
Thursday – Is our weekly planning day, so it’s hard to get other things done, but I love weekly planning. We also went to a cafe that has really good American food for dinner.
Friday – Nothing really exciting. Did area book work. Oh wait, we met with C. the former investigator from 2008.
Saturday – Had a thanksgiving dinner with our branch and the missionaries in our district. Haha it wasn’t the best, compared to our dinner on Monday, but it was still good. We also did area book work.
Sunday – Sunday was exciting. The air conditioning in the church wasn’t working so everyone was really hot, but eventually it started working again so that was pretty awesome.
Ok sorry I’m out of time, but I love you all. You’re the best! Remember to remember Christ during this Christmas season. Good luck this week and I’ll talk to you next week!