Peaches for a sweet snack. Slice in half, drizzle on some honey and sprinkle with ginger and pecans.
So transfer calls came last Monday, Elder Castillo is going back to his ward in Glenmont, Elder wahlquist got excommunicated from Spanish and was sent to southern Maryland where it's all white people. He cried himself to sleep but I'm sure he's over it by now.
Tuesday was mostly both of them packing with a little bit of finding here and there. Wednesday was when transfers were, we all swapped companions and were off.
Elder Navarro has been in Silver Spring for the last 6 months, and this is his second area. He is still learning English so that's been fun. We switch off every other day speaking all English and then all Spanish.
That's been super helpful for the both of us. We ended up getting home pretty late because we had to get our car from the mission office so we pretty much went straight to tracting. We got let in 3 times in 1 hour it was like a record.
The first guy was from Iraq and was super Muslim, he was a nice guy but he wasn't picking up what we were putting down. I don't remember the second person, and then the third person was an old Hispanic guy that was super catholic.
He was missing a few screws but at least it was entertaining. Thursday it snowed a bunch which was cool until that turned into rain and it just rained the second half of the day.
For lunch we picked up some Peruvian food from hermana Pacheco, she was playing Christmas songs from the carpenters, that was real nice. The rest of the day was mostly tracting. Then had district meeting, then studies and finding before dinner. Then we tracted a bunch more and found 4 new Investigators, no big deal.
Saturday was straight finding but it was good. We went to Gaithersburg and it took 1. That was pretty fun too. Sunday we had ward council before church which is super fun not. Just because of how early it is. Then church and everything.
We ate with a Peruvian family for lunch that was good.
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