Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Weekly Update #68

    A lovely Monday morning to you all!

     Last Monday, we did good ol' P-day things. It was grand and we had a pretty good time.

     On Tuesday we rocked and rolled with some grand work. We met with a few folks in town and did some finding. We did a lot of finding this week. We were going to have an interview for the baptism, but he had something come up, so we didn't get the chance. We didn't teach quite as much, but boy did we find! That was good. In the evening, we made some chicken nuggets in muffin tins.

     Wednesday we travelled down to Dublin for District Meeting. It was a pretty good meeting, talked about some good things. After, we drove back to Dundalk to have the interview. That was good. We interviewed him and he was good to be baptised! Whooo! That was great to hear.

     Thursday we went out, taught a wee bit, did finding, and then in the evening we met with the Branch President for some amazing pizza and a dinner. That was enjoyable. After, we visited an ill member, had a good chat, and then the day was done.

     Friday was pretty great, too. We did more finding and such. I think we taught a lesson somewhere and it was great. Not much to say. This email is going to be short. We also had a dinner with this family. They're great, they really are.

     Saturday we were going to have a baptism, but our friend had something come up so we had to postpone it for a later date. It's all fine, we've got this. But yep.

     Sunday we started off having breakfast with President and Sister Donaldson! They were in the area for speaking in Dundalk, so they invited us for a breakfast. After, we had church, it was fabulous, we did some finding/teaching, and then the day was done. It was a grand day, pretty good week, too.

     That is our week! A wee bit of a bummer, but oh well. You win some, you lose some, no point in trying to win what's already been lost, got out for another win.

     Hey, you all have a great week! Cheers!

Elder Kinville

Jacob 6:12 "O be wise; what can I say more?"

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