Stella is still Stella. We had a lesson with her and a family from the ward on Saturday night. That went well and Stella said she would be at church but she didn't show up. She has OCD and she stays up all night cleaning her apartment and her girls a soooooo rude and won’t cooperate. She says she has been off green tea still but we will see what becomes of her. She is still on Baptismal date for May 8th, Mothers Day.
The weather has been pretty nice lately. It hasn't been too hot or too cold. It rained for the first time in awhile yesterday. This morning Elder Conlin and I did a big bike ride for exercise. He wanted to buy a new suit so this morning we went thrift shopping. Didn't find anything though. We both got our haircuts as well. There is a less active in the area who does free hair cuts for missionaries. She is not interested in joining the church again but she is a very nice lady. We are probably just going to play basketball again in a couple of hours. There was a non member couple that took us out to eat on Tuesday for lunch. They wanted to give back to us from shoveling their drive way when it snowed. They are neighbors to Sister Ellis. We had another Zone Meeting on Thursday and that went very well.
We did a lot of finding this week. We contacted a lot of Part Member Families, Unbaptized children, and tracting. We were able to find 2 new investigators and a couple of other people. There was a family that let us in on Saturday morning. It was a lady and her college aged daughter. We shared the Restoration and you can definitely tell that the mom felt the spirit; Elder Conlin and I did. The daughter said she didn't. They said we can come back in a couple of weeks so we will see what happens.
This is the first time on my mission where we have a 7 week transfer. And if I am with Elder Conlin again he will be the companion I have had for the longest time. On May 1st we will be moving into another members home. They rotate every 6 months with Sister Ellis. They are very nice members so we don't have anything to worry about. Hope you all have a great week and good luck with everything you need to do. Until next time,