|Our walk back from the hospital!|
|The last district meeting|
Our exchange with Jeju sisters
|The day we climbed stairs for a half hour to find a members house, only to have the wrong address|
Sorry I've been lacking on typing up a group email. I somehow keep running out of time, or think I'll do it in a little bit, but then end up not! Oops. Anyways...
The last couple weeks have been super busy, but great! We saw lots of miracles, lots of drama in the Branch, (it could literally be made into a movie met cool people and are now somehow on the last week of this transfer. I feel so many mixed feelings about going home coming soon... but I find that just pretending it's not is working best!
Some random events this week, we had a Musical Fireside in Youngdoe. All the members had prepared things to perform and it was super fun. Going great, and this young man in the ward got up and started singing this American song that is really popular in Korea. Which happens to be a super naughty song, and he sang his little heart out. It was one of those moments as a foreign missionary, being the only ones that understand it, that you just go...hm. Dang. What do we do? All the cute old people in the branch are just cheering and everyone loved it! I'm just exchanging glances with the American Elders, we both just shrug our shoulders... haha what are you going to do?
We also were able to do have exchanges with our Jeju sisters, Sister Welch and Sister Raju! They flew innight and left morning. It was fun having other Sisters around, being the only Sisters in the Zone gets kindof lonely. Every time we do exchanges with Jeju I realize why we don't have 4 Sister houses, there would never be anyone sleeping! It was also Sister Welchs birthday, so we were able to celebrate that with her which was super fun!
A cool miracle from the last couple weeks. So two weeks ago we were walking down the road and this lady fell so we ran to go help her up. She has a bad leg, so we carried her stuff and helped her back to her house. We sat with her at her house and drank lemonade, sang hymns together and were able to share a message. She had met the missionaries at some point before, but her daughter had blocked our number from her phone. She said she didn't know how to unblock our number but to come by again at the same time. Well everytime we tried to visit, she wasn't there and we were super bummed! Well fast forward to exchanges and Sister Welch and I were walking down that same road from before and saw her! She asked us to help her home, and when we got to her house, her daughter was there. At first... I was obviously a little worried because she had blocked our number. BUT we were all able to talk, had such a good time AND she unblocked our number. We'll be able to keep meeting with her and her daughter. The Lord, like always, is preparing our path, people's hearts and is leading His work. I'm so thankful to be able to be a small tool in His hand and do His work here on earth.
I'm sending my love♡♡