This week has been great. We have had lots of thing happen to our time to work but we were able to still teach 41 lessons this week.
Monday we had P-day. We spent time playing at the Church playing sports with the sisters. Then we had a lesson with a few people and had a great night.
Tuesday we stopped by the post office to get a package. It ended up we got a Package for a missionary that is now at home in Spain. We ended up calling the AP and asking what to do and they told us that Elder Lott was getting transferred to Wichita on Thursday. We had district meeting then we went home to pack. We had dinner with the sisters. Elder Blaylock and I cook chili for dinner. Also had Sports night. We had a few non-members come to sports night.
Wednesday we had time for Elder Lot to pack and clean the house. Then we had district lunch and then had time to run a few errands and have dinner with the older Andersons. Then we left for Wichita at 7:30. We ended up staying the night with our ZL in Garden City.
Thursday morning at 5:45 we left for Wichita. We got to Wichita about 11 and stayed an hour to talk with President Bell and the APs. Then we left for Lamar. We Finally got home at 6:30 for dinner with Abby a Recent Convert. Then we had a lesson with the Maestas family. Then we gave Sister Marcum a blessing. She broke her toe on their washer on Tuesday. This was a great experience for all of us.
Friday we had a full day of work. We were able to see lots of people and also have the Miller boys come out with us. We even had dinner with the Miller Family.
|Sister Marcum, Sister Furner, Elder Blaylock, Elder Allen At the Colorado State Line|
Saturday went to Garden City for Zone Training. We ended up leaving at 6 am to get there at 8 am. Then we got told that we are going to get I pads in May but if you go home before December you only get to use one not keep one. Then we had lunch and went shopping at Home depot and Menards for the Maestas family. Then we started driving back and saw the Berd Family on the way home. We also stopped on the State line to take pictures of the Colorado sign. Then we stopped at the Millers to help them kill their chickens. They ended up killing two chickens and skinning them. Then we had time to go out with the Miller Boys and try a few people and give Sister Furner a blessing.
Sunday we had church. We had lots of people there but no investigators. We were able to talk with many people and find a few new people to talk to. We were also able to have Chicken noodle soup with the Miller family.
This week has been crazy but we were able to have a great time. We saw the Lord’s hand in helping us teach many people in the small time we had to work. Thanks for all the prayers and the mail.
Elder Andrew Allen