Well, this last week has been great. It is finally 2018!!!
I never would have thought that I would have had the experiences I have had this year. I have been spit on, had slushees and coffee thrown on me, plenty of people yell and cuss at me, dog bites,great friends, fantastic members, wonderful people, and amazing learning opportunities. I wouldn't trade it for anything. If you are thinking of going on a mission I would highly recommend it!!
I hope that your break was great. What is your plans for 2018? How was New Years for ya? Hope all was good. I have my mri on the 16th. I feel fine, so I am not that worried about it. I get a new companion today so we will see how that goes. Take care, mom. Hope all goes well for you! Love you. My goal for this year is to become a better friend to my Savior.
So, it rained the whole day, a week ago, and this place flooded. One road ran like a river, as high as just barely below my knees. Got completely soaked, but is was great!
The weather has been heavenly --straight 72 degrees this week and sunny (glad i am not in Ukraine. Melody have fun in the snow). Other than that not to much to say other than it is a great time on a mission i love it and its never going to change no matter where you are serving. (Oh, I am having so much fun in the snow, thank you!! Sestra Weiler)
Not really sure what to write down in the subject line. So hey is a good starter right? This week Elder Willard and I ended up walking into the exodus of a feminist protest. To the funnest time they are not really in the mood to listen to our message. It was a good thing that the protest was over when we walked through. Thank y'all for the letters they are great. We have been walking a lot to talk to people on the streets and at parks. Other than that the week has gone by fast already half way through the transfer.
This week was great. We hit the pavement hard and got 7 new potential investigators. All with a return appointment for this week. It is looking really good really exciting. It has been a while. The members here are great really want to help us with work and they are all starting to find people for us to meet.
We were walking and a gangster pulls up in his low car and asks us if we are thirsty. He then tells us to meet him at Taco Bell gives us $8 ... then drives off. Ya, that older gangs respect us -- it is the younger kids that don't care -- they don't have the same respect for Jesus as the older ones do