Well Hi Everyone!
How are you all doing? This has been a pretty good week. We have had some funny experiences this week! Our week started off pretty slow again and we were a little bit discouraged, but then in the middle it started to pick back up. We were able to meet with one of our less actives this week, but it was pretty funny because he lives in the upstairs of the town pub. So we went to teach him and we actually taught him outside on the roof of the bar! It was pretty funny, definitely a different experience! We also got to volunteer at the salvation army this week. One of our other less actives works there so that was fun to spend time with her and go through peoples old junk!
On Wednesday we got our flu shots.... that's the first time I have ever gotten a flu shot and for some reason it made my arm hurt! It ached clear until Saturday! I wasn't too happy, but oh well! We also were able to volunteer at the museum this week. We were helping them cut these huge logs! They use this really old school cutter and one of the logs actually fell off the saw and it took all 8 of us an hour to figure out how to get this huge log back on the saw! haha It was pretty fun. The best part was we were able to talk to and see one of our potential investigators!
The end of this week was kind of a bummer though, all of our appointments ended up getting busy and everyone canceled on us again! That was kind of frustrating, but we just keep trying! Sunday was good. We had an investigator come and one of the members invited her niece to come, so she actually came and brought her kids. She seemed to really like it, but I guess in relief society the teacher was saying things that really freaked her out. So hopefully this week we will be able to meet with her and help her understand more of what was going on and maybe, hopefully she will be a new investigator! Sunday was good too because we had potluck! Who doesn't love pot luck! haha
Well I hope everyone is doing good. I miss you all and hope you have a good week!
Love Elder Farnsworth