The Wettest Month In English History is Now Over!
Some cool/weird things:
1. The man who wrote the Star Spangled Banner was born in Gloucester... or something like that anyway.
3. We found a French Family to teach after Elder Decaudin noticed their French License plate and decided to knock.
5. I got to add a language to my"List of Languages that People I have Taught have Needed Materials in Because they weren't Totally Fluent in English"--Portugese while on exchange in Cheltenham. Also, the "Department for making ridiculously long names for lists of things that I make up when I'm not at a public library so my time isn't as constrained as normal" got a metaphorical funding increase this week because we're not emailing at the 2 hour limited public library.
6. Elder Decaudin almost got killed by a hydroplaning Volkswagon while I was on exchange with Elder Hunter. BTW, Elder Decaudin is doing great. His English is getting better and I can understand him better than at first (His English was pretty good to start out with). We're learning a lot together and he mostly avoided the illness. He's also really really funny which is good because I can be a bit boring.
7. My vision has been going blurry so I got glasses ----------->
8. I realised that my diet changes dramatically depending on the area and companion. Also, a member fed us this really good and easy Pasta dish that I'm going to make some time this week. Perfect Missionary food!
9. Number seven was a joke but the glasses were £1 at Primark!
10. I have mastered Pancakes. They are great but require a bit of pre-planning to have time to make.
Ok, I'm going to add some pictures before things get too crazy. I'm really loving having a bit of extra time...
(Me trying to remember the codes for letters in French which Elder Decaudin is lacking because he's using an English keyboard: é0233 ñ0241 ç0231 û0251 ô0244)
By the way, I sent the wrong address earlier. The correct address is:
Flat 1, 4 Cheltenham Road
Ok, so this week has been a really wonderful week for study and learning. I'm studying Matthew and learning a lot from the Saviour's example as a teacher and servant. It's really good.
I love you all loads and loads! February should be a bit warmer and less wet hopefully! Also, this week should be much better for missionary work!
|It's a shame because we don't eat Hot Dogs from Cans in America! I don't know why but they label a lot of things as American style that aren't American at all...|