So this week was pretty good. We had set several appointments to meet people, but most of them fell through. However, we were able to see a few people just from going to see them without a set appointment. We also have some appointments set for this coming week as well, so hopefully those work out and we are able to teach people!
One tender mercy that sticks out from this last week happened yesterday. On Thursday at district meeting I synced my ABP and a new progressing investigator popped up, named Gary. There was another person who showed up too, so we tried to call both of them. We didn't get an answer, so yesterday after church and dinner we decided to go find this Gary person. We found a parking spot (also a tender mercy) and found the address, but quickly realized that we only had the street number, not an apartment or unit number. We tried a few doors, and asked if they knew anyone in the YSA age range or anyone by the name of Gary. After doing that a few times, we finally found Gary! He had been meeting with the missionaries and they sent him to us. We were able to say a prayer with him and talk a little bit about how the missionaries found him, and then at the end we set a return appointment! It was really cool. Despite it being windy and really cold, we found this person and are super excited to see him this week.
Yesterday it rained, after a lovely warmer week. Now it is sunny, but really windy and cold :( I am going to freeze next winter!!!
This is sister Green and me after P-day. It was windy and cold!!
Anyways, the only other thing I really have to say this week is that it has officially been a year since I was set apart and we headed to Utah to take me to the MTC. WEIRD! So much has happened and things still keep happening, and it is just crazy.
I don't have much else to report for the week. . . We haven't had many member meals lately, so that's why there have been a couple of Ralph's purchases on my card. We are going to talk to Sister B about that. Life is expensive! Good grief.
ALl is well here in the CLAM. I love you all a bunch and hope you have a great week!
Love, Sister Lauren Hatch :)