Monday, September 19, 2016

Weekly Update #76

    From the historic land of Dundalk, cheers! Here's what's what!

     Monday was the best. After emailing, we got on our bikes, got soaked by an Irish downpour, and then went to Castle Roche!

That was epic. Had a blast there. After, we got changed and did some chapping to close out the night.

     Tuesday we went to Dublin for District Meeting, had a grand time there, and then we went back to Dundalk, got our bike brakes fixed (may or may not have had no brakes going down a massive hill from Castle Roche) and then did finding to close out the rest of the evening. It was a blast. for lunch, we had this legendary thing called Star Pizza. It's pizza, chips, and a drink for five Euro! Five Euro for a meal! It was grand, let me say.

     Wednesday we got up, went out, and had a lunch with a member from Belfast who came down to visit us! That was incredibly nice. After, we took a bus down to Drogheda and did some finding there. That, as always, was a blast. After, we came back to Dundalk, did some finding and then had kebabs for dinner. Kebabs are the best, ever, of all time.

     Thursday we started off weekly planning and then got picked up by a member to visit some people in some of the smaller towns in our area. In Dundalk's area, we have two cities, one large town, and tons of smaller towns. We went by some of the smaller ones, had a visit with some folks, and then went back in time for a dinner with a member. It was a blessing.

     Friday we started off GQing the town, having a lunch, then heading to Blackrock to do some more finding out there. It was nice. In the evening, we had the opportunity to teach two lessons and meet some new people! That was grand!

     On Saturday, we popped up into Northern Ireland, because our area covers the city of Newry there, and did finding! Always fun, especially there. We had some good conversations and then in the evening met with some of our friends and had a fun lesson with them. BUT, on Saturday morning we were attacked by butterflies in the flat. It was somewhat terrifying, but we lived. So did the butterflies. I was singing the Reading Rainbow theme the whole time. It was grand-like.

     Sunday was good. We went to Church, taught a class there, and then met with another friend, and then did some finding and had a pretty good time. Found an Irish frog. 

That was it, for the most part.

     This week was grand, as hopefully you could tell. I hope all of your weeks were as well! Thank you all, have a grand time and hey, keep being yourselves. Take care, ya'll!


Elder Kinville

Jacob 6:12 "O be wise; what can I say more?"
In the name of progress!

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