Transfers came and my companion and I are staying together! My companion goes home after 5 weeks and there are 7 weeks of this transfer, so I guess I'll be in a trio somewhere. It also means that I will be killing my first missionary, in mission talk!
This week was pretty normal. We met with some people and found some people, you know missionary stuff. On a sad note, one of our investigators Mei the Chinese woman, doesn't really have much interest in God. She said her life is going good so she doesn't need God, but if it was going bad then she would pray. That's a really sad outlook on life, but sadly that's why God chastens us, so we remember him.
We did a lot of work with the members this week and on Saturday we did service for some less active families! We demolished a cement wall, which was pretty fun! Then we picked up stones in a field so they wouldn't ruin the machine used to till the ground for planting. So we are both pretty exhausted! But it's always nice to serve people!
I also went on exchange in Flensburg this week and that was really fun. It was nice being with a young missionary again with that MTC excitement!
Even if it rains every day here in the north, there is still stuff to do and people to meet.
Today for Pday we are going to a really famous bat cave, that should be really cool.
These pictures are with the missionary that was born in Samoa and lived in Alaska.