Hey! it was an extremely uneventful week. Went to Niihama again for translation (woke up at 4 AM to get there Friday). Transfers came but the entire zone is all the same, just 2 elders are switching places and they are in different districts. Investigators were all busy. Had several lesson appointments go through.
We reached our goal of 200 baptisms for the year of 2013!!! Smashing all kinds of records. TWO of the THIRTEEN we had this week were from our zones, that I had at least a little to do with. so pretty exciting. One was the guy we taught at church last Sunday.
Christmas was good, lots of junk food from family, friends, and the branch here. I have almost as much junk food as last year! haha. and some really cool stuff like a Japanese style bath robe that is pretty cool.
We`ve been helping out with the stake project a little. On Chirstmas eve, we filled out some records. All day. haha. For 5 hours I was just writing a bunch of names and addresses on countless records. But it was fun. ^^
Looking forward to another great transfer! The Lord is going to pour some serious blessings on Shikoku island.
love you all
|I decided I really like the ocean! so pretty.|
|I was so proud of myself for tying these bows. haha.|
|Some of the people who were at the Christmas English class party.|
|Day after Christmas breakfast. yum. I could have made it look better but hey. haha.|
|Here is the district in Niihama! well, the sisters and half of the elder`s heads anyway. haha.|
|I love how Japan breaks away from conventional flavors and makes really good foods. These are possibly my favorite pringles. Kimchi flavor is also really good. This one is Wasabi mayo.|
|I made a lot of gyoza today all at once. haha.|
|Investigator from Hirakata got baptized!|
|and he makes the most AWESOME Japanese santa I`ve ever seen. !!!|