As always, I love you so much!
A few minutes ago, some of the elders showed up to the
Let's see, last week was the end of sick week. Monday and Tuesday we were in the apartment all day. Wednesday, we had Zone Conference. It was awesome. I have been thinking about/working on having more faith recently and wow, this Zone Conference was exactly what I needed. The ward mission leader from the
Thursday and Friday were sort of starter days getting back into the work. I was feeling mostly better, but would get exhausted pretty easily, so we had some hours in our area, but not too much. Sunday, though was a fantastic day. The sun was shining and it was a beautiful day. When we prayed at the end of companionship study, we prayed that we would be able to find someone to come church today and that we would be able to find a new investigator and teach a lesson. With all that, we had a little over an hour to be in the area before we needed to head for church. But, we acted in faith and optimistically headed out for the area. We tried a couple different investigators and potentials, but no luck. As we were pulling up to the last place we wanted to stop before heading to church, someone else pulled into the circle we were parked in and dropped someone off outside their home. Turns out, it was a 20ish year old guy named Tom. His mom is a less-active member of our ward, but we have never met her. We were able to teach him a lesson right there on his driveway and give him a copy of the Book of Mormon. It was awesome. We are excited to meet with him and his mom again later this week. Even though we had still not found anyone to come to church, we were not discouraged. When we got to church, Sister Gill ran into us and introduced us to her son, who returned this week from a mission in
So, yeah. That's pretty much been my week. It took a little while to get off the ground, but I think that it ended up being a pretty great one. Even though being stuck inside has not been the most exciting part of my mission so far, I have learned a lot from it. As they say, everything happens for a reason.