Monday, July 26, 2010

July 26, 2010

What’s crackin’? I love you. You both sound like you're having a really fun summer back at home. That’s good to hear.

This last week was pretty good. We set 3 more baptismal dates this week. We have 7 dates set right now ha-ha. Pretty great. We’re going to have to set some back a bit though. The biggest problem with every single person we have a date with is getting them to church. It’s the worst. So we have Hans / Margie (boyfriend/girlfriend) and Cecile / Isabelle (mother/daughter) that have to work on Sundays. Then Merdela is recovering from health issues. Then Terri hated church and we haven't been able to get in contact with her. And now Sebastian will be able to come. That’s a relief. Ha-ha.

So let me explain the new names. Cecile and Isabelle are way cool. Cecile has distant family members that are LDS. Her husband is Muslim. She and Isabelle are Christian. We met them tracting. We set a date with them for August 21st. We just have to get them to church! Then Sebastian. Let me explain him. So last Sunday there was a visitor from California named Graham. He brought his 12 year old brother-in-law Sebastian to church. He came up to us and introduced us to him and then set up a time that we could go by his house with his mom and him. His mom was baptized when she was 12 in El Salvador and then went inactive when she was like 17. That’s a reallyyyyy long story so I won't go into it ha-ha. But we went over there yesterday and taught them and set a date for august 14th with him and she definitely wants to come back to church. She said she loved the church. So we're excited to get them to church. So those are our dates as of right now. But the rest of  the week was kind of slow.

I’ve been having trouble sleeping again. Bummer huh? But I’m going to try to see the doctor and see what we can do. It’s a long process to see a doctor for something like that on the mission ha-ha. I have to fill out these papers and then they send them to Utah and then they send something back and then we see what they can do for me ha-ha. It’s long. But I should hear about it today from Sister Hall. Don't worry about it though.

And on Saturday Brother Dion (a member in the ward) took us and the Spanish elders out to a place called Mikado. It’s a Japanese steakhouse and it was so freaking good! Ha-ha Brother Dion is the man. He hooked us up way good ha. But that's about it for this week. We had no one at church...pshh. This week though! No doubt. Love you both. Have an amazazing week!

Elder Austin Gable Engemann aka dubEE fresh

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