This week went by pretty well. we still taught a lot of lessons and the highlight is Baily Conner. He is our investigator and we interviewed him Saturday and he is good to go for the 17th. We haven't gotten the details finalized yet but it will be a great baptism. President Mendenhall said he would like to attend as well. I will make sure and get some pics.
Linda Ray is going through a tough time getting to church and she has some addictions to drugs. But hopefully she can get baptized real soon. Today is Zone P-Day and we are going to play Toilet Paper Dodge ball. There is a great chance I will get transferred in 2 weeks on the 26th of October. But anything can happen. I have been in this area about 4 months now but I might get called to train again. There are 17 new missionaries coming out in 2 weeks. It hasn't been in the 100's but it has now been in the 70s. The nights and mornings are getting really cold though. One thing I like about where we live is there is a big parking lot across the street. So every other morning I do some running. The sisters that we share the ward with are not doing so well. One of the Sisters is a new missionary who came out with Elder Folau and she has been really sick the past week. She has been in and out of the hospital. But I hear she is slowly recovering.
We went to an Air and Space Museum last Monday and that was fun. We have a really busy week planned. We have Zone Conference this Thursday and we will get to hear some departing testimonies. It's been crazy to see all the missionaries that I became close to go home one by one in the past year. hope everybody is doing well back home. I miss you all. Talk to you next week.