Sunday, June 14, 2015

A No Work Week, But Miracles Too

          This week was depressing because we basically had a no work week.  But we still had a couple miracles. This week was filled with meetings and service.  On Tuesday we had an activity with other missionaries and afterwards Elder Mauclair felt sick and so we did not go out that evening.  However, later an appointment that we had missed earlier called (they were investigators that we have not gotten to have a sit down lesson with yet) and they asked if we were coming.  I explained that my companion was sick.  They said that they really wanted to meet with us and asked to reschedule with us.  This shows they really are serious about meeting with us.  This is super cool and means they will not be flakey, which is super awesome.  
          The second miracle was on Saturday when we contacted a referral from a member for a 15 year old girl named Natasha.  She answered the door and was super interested and said that she wants to meet with us. She has been going to church with her friend in a neighboring ward.  We taught her on the door step.  She started crying and told us that her life has been changed because she was going to church.  (Making women cry seems to be a regular occurrence with us) 
          Also, the Bailey family helped me buy a new suit.  I gave them money and they went to Burlington (outside the mission boundaries).  I had asked for a light grey suit thinking they couldn't possibly find anything too light and that they would come back with a nice looking grey suit.  But the suit they came back with was almost white.  Be careful what you ask for because it was crazy white.  So today they are taking it back and trading it for a different one.  My grey suit is almost worn out and gonna rip everywhere soon.   It probably would have already if Aunt Barbara hadn't reinforced all the seams in the pants.  The jacket is all sun bleached and stuff and ripping inside. It's bad.  I cant wear the black one because the jacket is way too big and I look like a dork.  I wear it only in emergencies, so there is still a use for it.

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