This week was a coldy and rainy week. I have been informed that is how the weather is all winter here in Con Con. BRING IT ON! I will find out this week if I am staying here in Con Con for the next 6 weeks or if I will be changing areas. And I still am not a District Leader. There is still a possiblility that it won´t happen these next 6 weeks, but there is possibility that it might. The Asistants and Zone Leaders have told me that I will but it is what the President says.
Last Monday, I was walking on the side walk, talking to a shorter man therefore I was looking down, when out of no where a board hit me straight under the eye. For the next 3-4 days, I had a semi black eye and everyone I talked to thought I was either tired or very sad, But it was a good way start conversation with people in the street so it worked for our benefit. I included a picture of how it looked, but it was more black than depicts in the picture.
Cam was baptized this past weekend! Her family were able to attend the baptism and I am sure that they felt the Spirit during the service. I was able to see Cam´s face of happiness and joy when she came out of the water and that is why I am here.
Sorry I don´t have much time to write today, but I want to quickly tell about an experience we had yesterday. Before yesterday, Elder Farnsworth and I had been doing great on lessons but had been slacking a lot in new investigators. Yesterday we set the goal of finding 3 new investigators and then prayed for help from Heavenly Father. We acted on the faith we had, and throughout the whole day we saw the hand of God guiding us. By the end of the day, we had found 5 news and many more that will be taught in this coming week. The Lord saw our faith and dedication and then helped us through the day! It was another amazing experience on the mission that won´t be forgetten.
Love you and pray for you all. Especially for the Weidman Family in Texas and the baby soon to arrive. (That includes you Danny)