Monday, October 26, 2015

Samambaia - Week 4

Hm...what happened this thing was, we had a zone conference last Friday. And it was here in Samambaia (thank goodness), so I got to conduct! My first meeting!! It went fine, President just took all of the time and taught some cool stuff and then did interviews with every single one of the missionaries, and then because we were late to a far-away lunch he took us in his sweet car! Which was pretty cool.

We did visit Camilla last week, she's super cool. It's sad that she stopped going to church, nobody was visiting her and when she went, everyone looked at her like she was an alien, just because she uses a wheelchair. But she's super cool, I hope she comes back. general, I'm liking this area a lot. Lots of times we just call members and ask if we can have lunch at their house (which we did today, on p-day), or we go at night to have a cake or something like that. It's awesome.

As far as people we're teaching, there's not too much out of the ordinary. Just normal missionary work for now. Maybe it's just become normal to me, I don't know :) Nothing seems like news anymore. The occasional interview/frantic scramble to have a baptism that week. Which is one bit of news actually, there's been 3 weeks straight where there's been a baptism planned but it fell through, of the other duplas in my district, so that's something we're working on. Aside from that, I don't think anything has been going on.

Since I've been teaching everyone to do the Cube, there's been lots of times that they've gotten right down to the very last part, only like 3 cubelets in the wrong spots (and it took them a good 10 minutes to get to that spot, if they're lucky), and then they mess everything up. And then everyone shouts "Errou!!!!" rolling the R [Missed!!!]. I don't know, maybe it's kinda an inside joke, but it's super funny. Errrrrrrrrrou!!! :D I've also taught them how to play Speed and they love it.

Anyways, I think that's pretty much it for me. Have a stupendous semana!

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