Monday, March 21, 2016

Just a mini tornado

This last week we didn't have pday on monday after internet. It was a normal day of work because Friday was a multizone meeting and so Thursday was a multizone pday. It was really strange to proselyte on a monday and we attributed all our success to the fact that we were sacrificing our day of rest :P

Thursday we studied like normal in the morning and then in the afternoon we went and played volleyball and soccer with the four zones her in Huancayo. It was a blast. We started playing at about 2 and kept on playing until about 5. At 5 we looked over by a consession stand type thing and above it, outside of the park, we saw some flying dirt. We didn't think much of it until it moved towards us and ripped the tin roof off the consession stand and sent it flying towards some missionaries. One of our sisters got hit in the leg as did one of the elders in our district. The sister was fine but the elder had to go get some stitches (and a shot). He's perfectly fine now.... he just needs to run a little faster next time and 30 foot tall dust storm decides to attack a group of missionaries. The rest of us that didn't have to get stictches went and got ice cream afterwards. 
So that's the excitement this week.

Friday we had a multizone meeting. We talked about helping people resolve their doubts about the church, especially when they'd been investigating the church for a long time. I love multizone meetings. They're always super spiritual and reguvinating (spell check please).

Saturday the stake celebrated the anniversary of the relief society. Every ward learned a pioneer dance and everyone dressed up like pioneers. They had a three hour activity with speakers and crafts and we showed up in the last hour to watch the wards dance. Our investigator, Rocio, danced with our ward so it was super cool to see her.

Speaking of Rocio, she's been attending church since january but we haven't been able to get her with a date. We had a lesson with her yesterday where we asked her directly if she wanted to be baptised. She said yes. We programmed and date. We've been working with her for so long we were so excited when she said yes (we still have to wait until the 16th of April, but we know she's ready).

I love you all!! I hope you've had as great a week as I have!

Love, Hermana White

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