Hey howdy hey family! Another transfer has gotten under way! And as soon as Elder Bell announced us in Anderson, he said "Ginger Nation" haha.
|Elder Bradshaw and me|
with our investigator Michael.
We like him :)
|I thought the toilets in the truck was way funny|
|Austin and his friends threw a party|
for his mom's birthday so we
came and got some pizza ;)
Elder Bradshaw is constantly asking me what the next call to make is or what can we be doing while we are in between appointments and he doesn't like to be in one place for too long. It's sweet! I am getting way tired though haha. He doesn't quite know the area or the people yet so I have to do most of the missionary work besides teaching. (Which is the most taxing part) He is 7 months out.
[How many people do you have that have committed to baptism?] We committed 13 people to be baptized this past week but that is much different than actually planning on a date. I would say we have one that really should be baptized in March but she didn't come to church last week :( It's our recent convert Austin's sister. She's cool, we always have a fun time at their house!
[How often do you have dinner appointments in Anderson, IN?] In Anderson we have 0 dinner appointments set for this week but we usually get 1. 2 if it's a lucky week. We could get more if we solicited them more because the people are great, but flexible dinners have their perks too.
[What fun stuff have you done on p-days?] One time we had a district activity doing the chubby bunny challenge and that was fun. Usually the most fun part of preparation day is eating and being able to slow down for an hour or two to rest :)
|And the sun came out!!|
|Best queso dip|
I sure love you family and I can feel the support you give me. I couldn't ask for anyone better!
There are plenty of hard times on the mission, and I always want to write them down because I always forget about them by Monday! Haha so things are good!