I am doing well and staying healthy.
This week was getting to the point of normal, except for all of the new rules that the AP's
(Assistants to the President) have made concerning our miles. Here are the new rules.
1. If you go over your mile restriction, you loose your driving privileges for two transfers.
2. Our max miles went from 1250 to 1100.
3. We have to report our miles weekly now.
4. We have 286 miles a week and if we go over that in a week you loose your driving privileges for two transfers. A lot of missionaries were a unhappy with that. We still have to go to district meeting and zone training which is 50+ miles there and another 50 or so back.
But, anyway I think we can make it all work out. We will at least give it a good ol' missionary try!
So on Thursday we found that our windshield wipers were broken, meaning that when ever we turn on the truck, the wipers freak out and go really fast and then just stop in the middle of the windshield. The control for the wipers doesn't work. So we took it to a place to fix it. They took it apart and couldn't find out why they were going crazy and put it back together and ordered another motor for the wipers. It should be in soon.
Friday. At Skate Land we were volunteering there again. There were over 100 people there and it was just us two and one other person working behind the counters and we were very rushed so we both put on some skates and were skating to the people to help them out. I felt like I was working at sonic. It is so nice to know you are helping someone in need.
Then on Saturday, we found out that the sisters in Red Oak have been coming into our area and teaching some of the people that we are teaching, so to say 'Hello' we sticky noted their car and in return they did it to our truck and wrote on the notes.
Short of time, that is my week
Love to all,
|Our hello to the sisters," Welcome to Shenandoah. "|
|Notes left on our truck.|