The beach at East Wymess! So pretty!
Monday we didn't do anything really fun because it was pouring down rain! So we went to the library and got some books about knitting. Fun stuff. Got some yarn too. I made Sister Jackson some house boots so that was fun. We slept for a while. Fun stuff. Then we went over to the Thompson's house for Family Home Evening.
This week we had a Zone meeting. We have a new initiative. We are inviting people we see on the streets to be baptized. Crazy huh? Well, if you are never invited you will never go. So we have been doing that. Most the time people say no, but we have been able to set up some appointments with new friends thanks to it.
We saw "J" this week. He is doing well. He has been really busy at work so he hasn't been able to come to church so that's sad. He talked to us about how he wants to be baptized after Christmas time so we are working with him. It's crazy to think Christmas is only in a few months!!!
We had Exchanges this week! I went out to Dunfermline with Sister DeMille. She is too funny. Went and tried by a few people, taught a lady, "M". She is really nice. Had dinner with Evelyn and her family. They are so funny! We had meat casserole. I think that is what it's called. I can't actually remember too well... Man. Exchanges are so much fun. all the time. Oh and Sister DeMille had Starbursts so she shared them with me. How nice huh!
This week we have been trying really hard to get in contact with people but no one seems to want to answer their phones or doors. So sad! But we will still knock and call. haha CRAZY MORMONS! We called one of our investigators who is 93 (years young) his name is "R". He is so funny! Every time we go to his home he always tells us stories about the war and about what it was like and all of the things he has been through in his life! It is crazy!!
So I was reading a talk in the Ensign this week and it said the best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago, The second best time is now! So go plant a tree!! or two! Get to planting!
Oh and a quote for you, "What can't be cured must be endured!"- Ray Joyce