I cannot get over how fast the weeks are going by. Seems like yesterday I was sending my last letter home to you.
This week was pretty similar to last. Elder 'Iongi and I have been working very hard to find new people to teach, which we have found some success in. We have a good teaching pool, and have been able to teach a lot over the past two weeks. Hopefully, we will start to see progression in our investigators in the near future.
We had dinner at a member's home last night with Paul, his wife, Linda, and son, Andrew. It was a very good experience. The two families were able to get along very well. We shared a message about how we find direction from studying the scriptures. The member family invited them to come back for a potluck they are having at the end of the month. I do hope that experiences like this will soften Linda's heart.
Thank you all, once again for the love and support. Have a great week!
This is the picture Ross promised us a few weeks ago about this favorite service project, where they cleaned up dead palm fronds from a sister's yard and got to set them on fire. That's Ross on the right. They certainly sent the right missionary for the job.
This is a picture of Ross with Elder 'Iongi. I'm so glad for their companionship--they've developed such a wonderful working relationship.
Ross sent the following pictures without any explanation. It looks like he and Elder 'Iongi went on an adventure with some youth. The one thing I know for sure is that it is killing Ross not to get into the water. He has mentioned more than once to us how much he misses swimming on a hot day. He is hoping our stake president will meet him here at the house when he gets home, so that he can be quickly released and jump in the pool!