|VESPA...SOMETHING EVERY MISSIONARY NEEDS|
The first transfer my companions were OK with letting me say a prayer and bearing my testimony, but they want me to start having a more "pro-active" position in the lessons. So this transfer is going to be me working on interjecting my thoughts and impressions as they come instead of trying to wait for a moment to give them. Other wise the highlight of the week would have to be Sunday. Since coming out Sundays would have to be the best part of the week for me. Fasting (going without foodd for 24 hours and then using the money that you would have used for food and donating it to the poor and needy) is also a lot easier since I came out on the mission too, probably because I'm not sitting in the house half the day glaring at the refrigerator for taunting me. We have a lot coming up this week though. I have my meet and greet with the new president and his wife on Tuesday and then we have a baptism to go too on Saturday with a family from Quincy, FL. They are a great family. They have been fellow-shipping in the church for years and now finally they are ready for the gospel and they are just such joys to be around. So we get to make an excursion to Quincy on Saturday to see them get baptized. We've also set up some appointments this week so I'm hoping that they will all go through otherwise its going to be a lot of tracting again this week, which if it keeps up I'll be a pro by the time I go to Colombia. But there I won't have to look for someone who speaks Spanish. Which is the hardest part right now.