This week was good. I'm still adjusting to the area, for example, 95% of the people here don't even wave or say hello....just not use to that. We also have a challenge of finding people at home because everyone here works so much....I know we'll figure it out though, at least we're able to get a couple of teaching opportunities each day in addition to lots of service. Here's some stuff that I did last week.
Monday - my exciting p-day activity was learning how to solve the rubix cube.
Tuesday - We had zone conference
Wednesday - Fed the homeless people and I came across what must be one of the dumbest names for a Vietnamese restaurant while out contacting.
Thursday - Did some shoveling in the rain and went to an awesome buffet with Brother Sydall
Friday - Fed the homeless people again and found a Google bike in a dumpster so I rode around on that bike for the rest of the day.
Saturday - We had a zone sports activity which I really don't like, mainly because I have to wake up 45 minutes earlier than normal and they play stupid games (sorry mom for saying stupid, but they are). Someone captured the moment (see picture below).
Sunday - Figured out that our Russian progressing investigators were just using us for English practice. But, on the brighter side, I set a PR for the rubix cube and of course, caught G sleepin' during church again...smh.
Love, Elder Barker
|Elder Stutz and Elder Barker outside of Chick Filet|
|Riding the Google bike|
|A Vietnamese restaurant|
|Catching up on some sleep at the sports activity|