Boom goes the dynamite. Everything is going super duper good as always here in good ol' Yorba Linda. I am excited for Thanksgiving this upcoming week. It should be a day of feasting.
We did some exciting things this week. As exciting as it gets for missionary life. We went to a park and drew the Plan of Salvation in chalk on the sidewalk. It looked really cool. We got to have some interesting conversations with people as they walked by. Then we wrote in big letters mormon.org so they could learn more. We felt like little kids again because we got draw with chalk. So that was a lot of fun.
I also got to attend a Relief Society dinner this week. Now I know all the secret workings of Relief Society. haha. The best part was getting to sing As Sisters in Zion at the end. I did the soprano part really well. I decided I like dinner with the women better than meals at scout camps. Women are better cooks for sure.
We got to make church super awkward for a kid in our ward. His name is Clint and he is 21 and leaving on a mission to Hungary in like 2 months. There is a family that missionaries used to stop by quite a bit but they dropped us the day I arrived in Yorba Linda. We stopped by there on Saturday night and talked to the daughter who went to high school with Clint. She used to have a crush on Clint so we always joke with him. We convinced her to come to Church and she came and sat with his family. My guess was that it was a little awkward for the missionaries to bring a girl you knew from high school to church. Haha it was the best.