or basically do anything on Halloween from 6-9
What we did do.. well you'll just have to read on and find out!
We went Bowling! we all had a blast (and sort of jammed out to apostate music while we were in the alley... oops :P ) after that we came home and I had something that well.. didn't agree with me.. at all
it was a long night
Transfer day, except nothing really happened except it was a muggy like not quite raining but just generally wet day. with out any plans we just contacted and we ran in to a potential investigator. except he's going all snowbird on us and headed to Florida :/
That evening we had the Bible study and still No show
We helped Brother Johnson out by helping him get back in his house (he is confined to a wheelchair due to medical problems and Sister Johnson can't help him in to the house, I don't see why they don't just put a ramp in but that's just me :P)
Then we "weekly planned" which consists of me trying to start a missionary focused conversation and Elder Sanches ignoring me.. for five hours (to be brutally honest I give up by hour 2)
Then we went back to the Johnson's for dinner.
We biked around Brunswick.. And then we drove around Brunswick.. yup that's all we did.
We did our progress record and contacted the afternoon away. we then got an invite to a ward members home for a Halloween party so we just chilled out there and had a good time instead of chilling out in our apartment.
We had a great Sunday! I have come to see the Sabbath day as a Delight and a place of rest. Gospel Principles was taught by our very own Elder Gledhill and we had a great discussion.
That evening we went to Brother Zeimer's and he is doing Ok. in his words "I just need a nudge like the Nephites did" He really is an awesome guy and I'm always glad to see him on Sunday!
Well that's all for this week :) Thanksgiving is coming and So is Christmas! this holiday season may be kinda rough as it will be my first really away from home I know that my family loves me all the same and I am needed here more :)
Love you all!
I came across this one in my studies and I love the thought of it :)