Seven new investigators! – 5/26/2014

Hey Everyone!

This week was awesome!  We had a lot of success.  On P-day we did P-day things.  Mostly basketball.  It was fun.  I also bought a couple of disc golf discs for future P-days.  We went a lot last summer and we are probably going to in the next few weeks.  It’s really fun.  Then we had Tuesday.  On Tuesday there was district meeting.  And district meeting was good.  Not a whole lot else happened on Tuesday.  We did a little tracting.  Or maybe a lot of tracting.

Wednesday was when things became awesome!  We did a lot of finding.  Mostly we went around contacting the referrals that we were bombarded with the last two weeks.  It was pretty effective.  We found four new investigators that day!  They are pretty cool people.  The awesomeness continued on Thursday.  It was raining on and off all day.  But we rode our bikes around anyway.  And rode the bus.  Anywho, we started teaching a former investigator again  Thursday.  It was cool.

Now I’m trying to remember what happened on Friday.  I think we just had a ton of appointments all day.  That sounds right.  We just went around and taught a bunch of people.  It was a pretty good day.  We were able to get one of the priests in our ward to come teach with us too.  Then on Saturday we walked around in the rain.  It was enjoyable.  A lot of our appointments fell through. But we had a couple of good lessons still.

Sunday was pretty uneventful.  Church was really good.  But sadly we still didn’t have anyone at church.  After church we met with another new referral that we got this week and got another new investigator!  We actually ended up finding seven this week!

So yeah this week was awesome.  We found a lot more people to teach.  We just need them to come to church!

Anywho, that’s all.

Stay Classy,

Elder Tubbs

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Hey Everyone,

I’m emailing today because all of the libraries were closed yesterday.  They felt like they could take the day off because Sunday was veterans day.  Oh well we didn’t have time to email yesterday anyway.  It was zone P-day.  I’ll talk more about that later.  This week was really crazy.  It was transfer week.  Last Tuesday President Keyes called us and said Elder Armantrout was being transfered.  It was really weird since I was only halfway through my training.  But, they had a special assignment for him so I know it was important for him to go.  He is in Kansas City now.  My new companion came up from Independence to finish my training.  His name is Elder Moyle, he’s from Sandy, Utah.  The funny thing is that he just finished his training.  He came out just one transfer before me.  So, now we are both still trying to figure it out.  It’s good though because we are working hard.

We were going to have a baptism on Saturday but, Alex couldn’t get off work.  She tried to switch with a bunch of people but nobody would.  So we had to move the baptism until later.  We will end up doing it on the 24th instead because next week we have Stake Conference and we wouldn’t be able to confirm her for another week.  It’s a little disappointing that we had to postpone the baptism.  Alex is really ready though so I’m not worried about pushing it back.

So for P-day the entire zone got together in Platte City at the Stake Center.  We played basketball, volleyball, and some of the Elders played LoTR Risk.  It was pretty fun.  Except my legs are a little sore now.  Zone P-day is always better than just sitting up here in Maryville by ourselves.

Oh yeah last Tuesday Elder Armantrout and I went to a thrift store to look for some ties.  Well, I found the COOLEST paisley tie in the world.  It is really colorful, and was only two dollars.  I call it my “ghost paisley” because it has paisley, but it also has hidden paisley behind it.  It’s hard to explain.  It is kind of like a watermark.  It’s pretty classy.  Anywho, I also got two other nice ties.

Stay Classy
Elder Tubbs

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