That being said, here goes TRANSFER 6 in Conway!!! WOOO super excited for it, I will end up being here 9 MONTHS. That's over 1/3 of my mission.
Next item of business, LUIS GOT BAPTIZED YESTERDAY!!! I got the privilege of performing it. (my baptismal pants are VERY tight now.) Everything went well, he was happy for it. Also, he got asked out by one of the youth after the service. :) Aw, young love. We totally set them up for it, too. We'll see how that goes.
So, this week was bike week, but I was totally fine for it because it was actually nice outside! We got to meet some cool people. One lady was selling homemade tamales, which were DELICIOUS. We also met this guy who left his wife and kids ten years ago to work here, and has not seen them since. He just sends them money and can call him occasionally. It gave me a lot of sympathy for the Hispanics working here. We also had specialized training, which was fun and instructive. On a sad note, last sunday night we went to an older member of the ward to give him the sacrament. He looked BAD. I gave him a week to live, personally. He died the next day. So that was sad. But other than that, it was a GREAT week! This one should be good too. Me and elder Dyorich are getting a Chevy Cruze tomorrow, and it needs to be sent in for a recall check. Which means we go back to the dealer snack bar again. :P
I'll probably send some more pictures later on. Hope you all have a good week!
Here's the district at specialized training, showing off our "konway" sign. :P
this is the Ellis family, who feed us a LOT. From me, it's Amy Knight behind me, Claire Ellis (my Tumblr- loving ginger friend who is 11 but looks and acts 16), then Sis. Ellis, Bro. Ellis and Chloe, the whirlwind of sass.