First of all, is it really thanksgiving? Man that is crazy. I guess it's time to start cracking out the Christmas music soon. Everyone here has been trying to listen to Christmas music and I keep telling the missionaries that we wait for the 1st of December. I just think it is fun so I keep telling them that we have to wait for the December. But its true... But anyways... That is a different subject.
This week has been really fun and somewhat stressful. We have been seeing some really cool miracles. This last Wednesday, we went to visit a district in Glückstadt, which is about an hour away with the train. And we decided that we will take some time and work with the missionaries there because they have been struggling to find people to teach more about the Gospel. And so we split with the missionaries and my companion and a missionary stayed in Glückstadt and me and another missionary went to a small city called Itzehoe. And as we were getting on the train going to Itzehoe, we noticed a really nice guy waiting too. So we just sat there and started to talk with him and later in the conversation he showed a lot of interest in what we have to tell him. It was super cool because it was the very first person that we talked to and we were able to schedule out a time where we could meet again and talk with him. The missionary with me was like, "wow. There really are people here who are interested in the gospel." I told him to remember this moment when it gets tough or people tell you that you can't find anyone with interest. It was super cool and we both had a good time. Their appointment with him is this Wednesday so I hope all goes well.
We also have been teaching this really cool student who moved here from China and she is super cool. She came to church this week and she wants to get baptized. She is planning on being baptized in two weeks and we still have a lot to teach her. But she is doing great.
She taught me how to count to 10 in Chinese and to say some very fundamental things. Chinese has 4 different tones for one letter and they all mean very different things.
We have also been super busy with the Christmas party here in our ward. So we the missionaries are planning the ward Christmas party this year because there was no one in charge of it. Man is that stressful. It takes up a lot of our time but from what we have planned already, the ward really likes it so I am hoping that all will go well.
Hey, OK so I have some questions. I have been talking with the Sisters here in Kiel. And they told me about college applications.
That is super weird that it is already coming up, and when I say coming up, I mean by the 1 of December, the application needs to be turned in. I don't know where I want to go for school, but I know I just want to start the moment I get home. Should I start applying for that now? Have I missed most of deadlines for colleges. I feel like my grades are not good enough for most colleges so I don't know if I will just have to go back to Fullerton community college. I really wouldn't want to. But maybe if you have time mom, could you check the application process for a few schools like byu or csuf or something? I don't know. I have completely kept this blocked from my mind. But that would be great if you could do that for me. And then We will report back next Monday.
And for Christmas, I would just be happy with a card from everyone or something. I am starting to notice the sun bleach in my pants and my collars getting worn out. But on the bright side I have good pair of shoes! So maybe for Christmas, since our pday is right after Christmas, we can go clearance shopping for some new clothes. When do I need to write the Christmas card letter?
Well I think that is everything on my side. I love you all and I miss ya but at this rate of time, we will see each other in 4 weeks or so... I think.
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