Hey Everyone! This week has been a week of tons of finding. Not much else, and not much success but at the end of the week we were very, very blessed. I really don't have much to say about the individual days. It's weird because we do a lot and we try to make effective use of all of our time but sometimes things just don't seem to come.
We had a regular p-dayand that was good, we spent the whole day in Stonehouse knocking on doors. I really hate tracting, I prefer street contacting but we felt good about tracting that day. We knocked on lots of doors but nobody was interested. We saw Ana and Tony with the Darracqs after though. That was really good because we were able to show Tony a video in Italian about receiving revelation. He recently quit his job and is job searching. Ana doesn't want to move or anything so it's kind of a tough situation for them. We were able to share D&C 8 and 9 with Ana about receiving and acting on revelation. Hopefully that helps, and they'll find something soon. They bought a car though so that's good.
This week isn't looking too eventful yet, but hopefully some cool stuff will happen. Elder Chugg is doing amazing. He's adapted really fast to missionary life and is doing great talking to people. Sister Darracq said that he's the quickest changing new Elder she's seen. I don't know if we'll stay together again after this transfer, we'll just have to wait and see.
I am loving my mission so far, I can't believe I've almost been out an entire year. Time has just flown. There's a quote in the Best Two Years where Elder Rogers says something like, 'Gosh, time just passes you by so fast, don't let one moment pass you by.' I feel that way. Time is just going like crazy. I love my mission so it makes me sad to think I'm nearly half way done. I've met so many cool people, and learned so much. Most of all my testimony has grown so much. I heard something from Brother Cherrington before my mission about Mosiahabout how the 'Waters of Mormon' are so beautiful to the eyes of those who came to the knowledge of their Redeemer there. England is beginning to be that way to me, and hopefully I'm helping it be that way for those I teach.