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Monday, April 20, 2015


Well, this week can be described in one word: supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! (Yes, I was singing the song from the musical to make sure I spelled the word correctly.)


Well, Monday was P-day. That's always awesome. We taught a less-active and answered her concerns about why the Sabbath Day is on Sunday, not Saturday. Lots of fun stuff.

Tuesday, we taught a Christian guy, Toby who's living with one of our investigators, Tommy B. It was an interesting lesson, but a lesson nonetheless! And he agreed to meet with us again. We also saw our recent convert, Emma. She's so excited to start paying tithing! We showed her how to fill out the tithing slip and who to give it to. We also were driving down a street and you will never believe what happened! We saw some chickens cross the road. So, question: Why did the chickens cross the road?

Wednesday: If you ever want to be best friends with the missionaries, come out with them for four hours! Hermana Hall and I have a new best friend, Hannah Adams. She's the bomb. If you ever want to make a missionary's day, just text them and tell them that you're free from 2-6. And then come out and stay with them from 2-6. It'll be the best day of your life.

Thursday: Taught a less active that we haven't been able to see for 4 months. Found a new investigator who was a former investigator. Saw one of our investigators who asked us about tithing, so we taught her about tithing. She asked what else she needed to know, so we taught her the Law of Chastity and the Word of Wisdom, too. She committed to live all of these laws, but refused to get baptized. :( Oh well. Our atheist investigator now has faith in Jesus Christ, so I guess that's progress, right?

Friday: We had a district weekly planning day, and we all actually finished our weekly planning! It's a miracle! We also had an awesome lesson with one of our investigators and she committed to be baptized! She didn't commit to a date, though, so we'll keep working with her. We ate dinner with the bishop of 8th ward and had a mini meeting with our ward mission leader too.

Saturday: EVERYTHING fell through today. Except our non-set lessons. We were able to visit a less active in 8th ward who we haven't been able to see for four months. Her husband isn't a member, and he told her that day that if she came to his work's barbecue, they'd invite the missionaries over. She was just changing to go to the barbecue when we showed up! Coincidence? I think not. We can't wait for her to call us. We also were able to see one of our 8th ward investigators who we haven't been able to see for about a month. She bought us ice cream and accepted the invitation to come on a church tour this week! Needless to say, we were super excited!

Sunday: Church. More church. Knocking doors. Less active lessons. Getting lost in 8th ward. (It's all farmland and the roads make no sense. I mean road K.5 is north of K.7 when K.1 is about 4 miles south... And who names a road K.5? I miss Utah's grid system.

And that was my supercalifragilisticexpialidocious week! Have a miraculous week and remember, the Lord answers prayers!

Con mucho amor,

Hermana Kennedy

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