Tuesday=Missionary Leadership Council (7 hour meeting)
Thursday=Zone Meeting and Weekly Planning
Saturday=Transfer calls (don't worry, we're both staying)
Looking at it like that may seem pretty stressful, but I think it was the perfect amount of pressure to help us really focus and work hard. It was a really good week! One big thing that happened was we introduced our investigator, Kelcy, to the other missionaries. In order to be baptized, she had to move out of her boyfriend's apartment... but the place that she found was out of our area. It was a pretty funny when we called the Elders to tell them they had a new investigator that was being baptized the next week. They were so excited to meet her! (She's pretty amazing). Anyway, so she has her interview tomorrow, and the service is scheduled for this coming Saturday. I'm a little nervous because she asked me to sing for it! I'm excited, but I don't really know what I'm doing yet.
Exchanges this week were so much fun, because I got to go with 2 of my favorite missionaries in the whole mission! On Wednesday, I was with Sister Morris! She was in the MTC with me over a year ago, and we had a blast catching up and swapping mission stories. She's an amazing missionary, and I just love to teach with her--it's so much fun! On Friday, I was companions again with Sister Venable! It's been 3 months since we served together, but I feel like it's been only a few weeks! It was just a party being together again.
Well, I don't have a whole lot else to say! Life is unbeatable :)
So my pink glasses are broken, and I need a new pair. I found a really good deal with this place that gives missionaries discounts, but I need my glasses prescription! I don't think I need to go get a new eye exam, as long as you have a piece of paper with the numbers on it. So... email me back if you have that info! If not, I'll try to find a cheap place to get my eyes tested.
Look who I found! Sister Metcalf came back to visit :) It was good to see her again!
I debated whether or not to send this picture... but it accurately shows how dysfunctional our zone is!