We saw a house with that painted on a giant sign in front. We decided to knock and talk to the guy. He is a Seventh-Day Adventist, and is now a new investigator. He says he talked with missionaries for a year and half a while back. Unfortunately, those missionaries never read the Book of Mormon with him, and in fact almost converted to Adventistism.
Good things are in store with him.
We were helping a less-active member clean out his house. It is one of those storage houses that people have around here. Anyway, I found a little purple harmonica and he gave it to me. So I am becoming a harmonica pro in my spare time.
It is becoming fall here. Leaves are changing colors, and there is a chill in the morning. Suit coat season is soon.
We helped several people gather walnuts this week. My hands are stained from taking the green shell off.
I went on exchanges with Elder Tepox this week in his area. I obviously don't speak Spanish, so it was an interesting day. An investigator gave us tunas. This is cactus fruit. It was really good, even though I got a lot of little needles in my hand.
Spanish also got a hold of some Ghost Peppers. Evidently, the spice isn't in the mouth, it just turns your rear end into a military grade flame-thrower. I am glad I didn't eat one.
I think that's everything for this week. Thanks for reading!
- Elder HydeThe fruit is probably a kamias, however that one looks a bit odd.
More Photos (posted by family at home):
|This is our whole zone. You can probably read all of the name badges. If not, you probably don't even care who they are anyway.|
|this is some weird Filipino fruit some members gave us. It isn't very good. A lot like coagulated blood actually.|