This week was pretty fun. We had some nice adventures. Most of them included 110 degree weather. But some of them included 100 degree weather. On Monday we went to the capitol building and went on the dome tour. We went all the way to the top. It was fun. I got some cool pictures overlooking pretty much all of Kansas since it’s so flat. We also got our transfer doctrine. But I already told you about that.
Then on Tuesday we rode our bikes around and almost died of heat stroke. But not really because we drank lots of water. But it was still really hot. Elder McIntire spent part of the day packing for transfers, then he said goodbye to some of the people here.
Wednesday was transfer day! I stayed up in Topeka with Elder Simmons in the Kaw Valley ward. We mostly worked in my area because we had people to visit. One of them was Maxx. We taught him about missionary work and stuff. He said he would want to go to Hawaii. We are still awaiting permission for him to be baptized. But we keep visiting with him while we wait. He’s awesome. Wednesday evening our companions made it up from Wichita. And that was Wednesday.
On Thursday Elder Johnson and I did stuff. Just like we did in Wellington. I mostly brought him around to meet our investigators and a couple members. We only were able to teach a few people. After dinner we taught Branden and had a pretty good lesson with him. He’s so close, but just isn’t quite there yet.
Friday and Saturday we did pretty much the same thing as on Thursday. Since they took the sisters out of the ward we have all of the people they had. So we are working on contacting them and going through their area book. There is a lot for us to do. Saturday morning we did some really fun service at a members home. We went with a bunch of other members and helped cut down two trees. We couldn’t use the power tools, but we still made it awesome.
Sunday was a good day. It was only 95 degrees. Quite the cool down. I enjoyed it a lot. Church was awesome as well. There was a missionary that just finished his mission in the MIM that was visiting. He served in Sherwood when I first got to Kaw Valley, so we knew each other. He was on his way home with his family. It was cool. Not much else happened the rest of the day. We did some tracting and talked with some people. Nothing came from it though. We’ll just keep on tracting!
That was the week. It was fun. Hopefully we don’t melt this week!