When You Accidentally Start A Riot On the Bus About Pizza :/
Well last Monday Sister Herring made me get my nails done. I told her that I had never been to a salon and gotten them done. The lady was super nice; her name was Brooklyn. She is also 19 so the three of us just partied it up. Then we went to Village Inn which reminded me of all the times I went after band concerts at USU so that was fun.
Tuesday was a very exciting day. In the morning we taught this lady named Denese. We helped her move her bed then taught her all about the plan of salvation. At the end she was like "when can I be baptized?" In the morning Sister Prescott said she has a friend that she really wants to share the gospel with, but is nervous. We said we could come over that evening. Sister Prescott decided to tell her friend that we are sharing an Easter message and are wondering if we could share it with her. Her friend said yes she would love to come. It turned out to be an awesome lesson. We ended up sharing the Easter video from last year. Her friend had questions and now she wants to learn a little more. We also met this really sweet girl named Zandra. We shared the restoration with her and she wants to learn more about what we believe.
Wednesday I was on an exchange in Steamboat. [An "exchange" is when the missionaries mix it up a bit with who is paired with who] This is where the pizza story comes in. The Sister I was with (Sister Tams) loves this pizza place called Beau Jo's Pizza. We were on the bus and started talking with this family from New York. She recommended it to them. Then another person on the bus was like, "that place is disgusting." It turned into this huge thing that every person on the bus got into about whether or not they like this pizza place. We didn't even notice it was our stop until the bus driver yelled, "Hey girls! This is your stop!" oops. It was pretty fun though. I also met the mortician and I learned that St. Cloud is apparently a really great place to get headstones. Good to know.
[Thursday?] We finally were able to meet with Kathy again. She has been really sick.
Friday was zone conferences. We got to drive to Rifle which is always a party.
It was also Stake Conference this weekend. The Stake was being reorganized so there were two Seventies there. In a talk that one of them gave he talked about when Jesus healed the girl who was sick and on his way he healed the women who touched his robe. He talked about how the man must have felt when Jesus stopped to figure out who touched him. He said maybe he was frustrated and was like we need to hurry my daughter is dying and then when he was told his daughter was dead if his faith faltered a little and he thought Jesus was to late. Jesus said she was only sleeping. He helped both not just rushing to help the one. I thought that was cool I never really thought about how the man might have felt.
Have a great week,