Nope not that way, try again.
I'm talking supernatural *cue scary music*
In order to keep this appropriate for all audiences, I will simply give a few overviews of what happened.
Tuesday we stopped by Jenni's house. After some small talk she mentioned a haunted graveyard in a small town near Maryville. She pulled out her laptop and showed us pictures she'd taken when she went
there and holy cow. There were super freaky images in the photos and other eery things. You wouldn't see me go there. not on your life. O.o Then later that week we were at a different family's house and they
were telling us stories of how they lived in a home that had a few extra people living with them, if you know what I mean. The whole time I was just thinking how grateful I am for the priesthood in my life
and that righteousness ALWAYS wins.
On a less supernatural note we were at Thomas's house, planning on teaching a lesson. But his Mariachi music was making it a little difficult to talk. He also REALLY wanted us to take shots of tequila with him. I think we're going to have a little more trouble with this one than I thought (':
We visited Dennis this week (the professor from Hong Kong) because he was leaving for Canada for work for a week. We brought a Cantonese Book of Mormon with us and when we gave it to him his eyes lit up. It was so cool to see him get excited about it. Even though I can't understand a lick of that, the promise that the gospel will go forth in every language is true!
The last cool thing we did this week was we went with a member out to his farm and did some dirty work!! Getting dressed up is nice and all, but it was good to just lug bales of hay around and get covered in straw. We also got to feed the horses and watch baby cows try and run around (cracks me up). Plus we got to eat a traditional Irish meal for St. Patty's. Super fun.
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