So a P-day [aka "day off"] in Ririe is like this: 1) we wake up and go exercise by either going to a gym in a members basement or go play racquet ball in our bishop's racquet ball court XD. 2) go home and get ready and do our studies till 10. 3) either go shopping with our district in Idaho Falls or if we don't have anything we need to buy, which is usually, we go to the members house with the gym in it and work out some more/play ping pong or do something random XD. 4) we go do emails where ever we decide to go. 5) go to zone activity where it is being held that p-day and we usually play volleyball/gatorball/racquet ball/ultimate frizbee/basket ball/whatevs XD. And ya that's pretty much how a normal p-day goes for us in Ririe. XD. Speaking of Ririe, it's pretty much becoming one of my favorite areas XD. The members here are all soooooo nice and awesome XD and even though the work is going slowly right now, there is soooo much potential in this area and the members are very helpful in aiding in the progress of our work XD. And my companion, Elder Boyack the super asian XD, is pretty freakin legit. He is also becoming one of my favorite companions XD. We definately are laughing atleast a thousand times a day hahaha XD. So to answer your other questions, we teach on a good week for us we teach about 3-4 lessons a week, we have right now about 2 investigators, and we get meals ever day XD XD XD XD.
Brady is going on a mission to Brazil?!?!?!?! That's legit! XD You must tell
him this next week in church that i said hi and to enjoy every minute of his
mission because it goes by waaaaay to fast hahahaha. Oh and congratulate
him on shaving to hahaha XD.
This week we had a pretty legit lesson w/ one of our investigators. We are teaching this family that is less-active right now and they have a 9
year old son that wants to get baptized. So for these lessons, which has
only been 2 now, the family kind of disperses and does their own thing while we
teach the son and the 8 year old daughter because she also is wanting to get
baptized. But when we were about to start this last lesson w/ them the
older brother came in and told us that he would say the prayer. Then
after that the older sister also came in and sat in on the lesson and helped
out with the lesson. It was a really cool/spritual experience to have and
to top it off when we asked the 9 year old son to say the closing prayer he was
kind of getting stage fright and not wanting to do it, but the older brother
told him that he would help him out so he agreed to it and gave an amazing
prayer. We are super excited for this family and are hoping to soon have the entire family participating in the lessons because not only will they be able to draw closer to our savior and heavenly
father together but they will also draw closer as a family XD.
Other than that lesson though, nothing else really happened this week so i
shall end this email here XD. Peace out till next week! XD.