Elder Ah Nee and myself had a good week too. It hasn't been in the 90s yet but it has been pretty warm for Colorado winter. I heard we broke a record since 1938 or something. But it will start to get colder this week.
Elder Soares is coming this week and all the Zone Leaders, District Leaders and Sister Training Leaders will be meeting with him as a group. We found out last night from the Assistants that he will be interview random missionaries. I kinda want to but kinda don't. Being interviewed by a President of the Seventy sounds scary. Dominick and his wife trina are still progressing. They both went to church yesterday and stayed the whole 3 hours. Dominick even went to an Elder Quorum activity on Friday. If everything goes as planned he will still be baptized on March 5th. We have a set of senior missionaries called the Hollingsworhths that work in the office but are assigned to the Hidden Lake Ward.We have invited them to fellow-ship Dominick and Trina. They invited them and us to have dinner and a lesson at their house. That went very well. The Hollingsworths are from Alabama so they made some southern food.
Yesterday we had dinner with a family who wanted us over at 3:30 in the afternoon and that kinda threw are schedule off a little. Sister Ellis has a neighbor who is a former investigator. His name is Jamie and we did a little service for him yesterday as well. We just moved a piece of furniture. He and his family are funny people. He can be really inappropriate sometimes too. He swears right in front of us and Sister Ellis but we are used to it. Last night the first counselor in the Bishopric called me and asked to give a talk in Sacrament Meeting this Sunday on my purpose as a missionary.
Along with Dominick we had 4 less actives come to church. They are doing a lot better but another one of our investigators didn't show up. He and his less active mom said they would be there. We even called and Texted them an hour and a half before church that morning and she said they would come but they didn't. But there is a lot of work to do in the area. It is the last week and a half of the transfer and Elder Ah Nee is positive he will be leaving. He has been here for 6 months. We will see though. Hope you all have a fantastic week and I will talk to you later!