Not much interesting happened this week other than a few things.
We got to do a random unexpected service for an old couple. It was 8:40 and we were heading home and we got flagged down by this lady who needed our help. Her husband had collapsed earlier, gone to the hospital, and gotten released. At that moment he was sitting on the ground at the base of this really steep hill that leads up to his house. To make a long story short me and my companion carried this old dude (at least over 200lbs) wearing nothing but a hospital gown and a diaper up a wet grassy steep hill into his house. It was pretty nice to get to serve him. Not the most normal service, but service none the less!
We got to teach a few cool new people. We had a great lesson with a prepared man and a next great lesson with the lady who does that horse thing that we did service for about a week ago. The one with the lady who does the horses was particularly fun because we taught here IN the horse corral/paddock with horses walking around all over us and we were sitting on buckets, discussing the restoration of Christ's gospel. first time I have done that! (the horse thing, not the restoration)
Last P-day we went to see the Fort King George up the top of Scarbourough. It had a great view and a cool museum. My favorite part was the coins they had in there (I've turned into a bit of a coin collector as of late). Here is me up on one of their cannons
apparently the pattern keeps flies away.
Its been cool this week to see the Lord guide us in the spirit on who to stop teaching and who to start teaching. He really is involved in his work!