Service, Tracting and Spiders

This week was pretty slow…

On Tuesday we had district meeting, I played the piano again. 🙂 We learned about how to use the Book of Mormon more when we teach. At the beginning of the meeting we did a fun activity, we had to act out a Book of Mormon character and the rest of the district had to guess, some of them were really easy and some of them were really hard! After that we did a really fun role play where we had to answer a question using only the Book of Mormon. It was really interesting because the question might have been hard but in the end the answer was in the book. It was so cool!

On Tuesday night, we helped a young mother clean her house (us, the Elders and several people from the Branch). Her baby has really bad eczema and she needed to deep clean her house, so we washed the walls, toys, furniture and other things with vinegar water. I really enjoyed helping her clean. It made me feel good!

For the majority of the week, we tracted…

Followed up with people who have told us to come back at a better time. We haven’t had a lot of success, but I know that if we try a bit harder every week, we will be able to find those people who are prepared.

On Saturday…

We helped a Sister in our branch. We helped her with her spring cleaning to. It was really fun! Not only were we able to help this sister clean her house, we were also able to get to know her a little bit more.

On Sunday…

We taught Young Women’s. This time we had two Young Women. Liz, the only YW in the branch, has been bringing her friend to church for the past few weeks. It’s really fun to be able teach young womens. This week we taught about the responsibilities women have in the priesthood. It was a really good lesson.

There are spiders everywhere here!

Yesterday, we had a huge spider catastrophe! There was a big spider in the corner of the window and we didn’t want to smoosh it, because we didn’t want it jumping on us. So we started spraying it with Clorox. After we decided it was dead, my companion was wiping it up and it started crawling out of the paper towel. So we started spraying it again. And finally my companion flung it on the ground and stomped on it. So now it’s dead…

I am really grateful for my companion!

I have learned so much from her! She has a really great testimony and she relies on the spirit a lot. She is always willing to help me, and she always has my back. She is really great. This week it is her birthday… I am really excited for it!


I will keep singing with my companion! 😉

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