transfer 14 week one
this week we (my district) were talking about singing for a Sunday
during sacrament, when i started to play a song i wrote (its the
re-written lyrics to Hallelujah) and a zone leader the sisters and us
sang it, the zone leader told us we could do it for transfer meeting,
so it was a moment of 'well that escalated quickly'! so yeah we have
been practicing the song a lot to say the least hahaha! Wednesday we
had service day then district meeting (picture one) we were talking
and elder roland fell asleep, couldn't resist the picture, so now we
have two investigators with a baptism date on the 9th of April, super
nice! we have had a lot of time for finding people, and we have
finally looked up all of our look-ups so we got to go knocking! we
have had a couple doors in our face, but generally people were nice.
elder roland, before we fell asleep one night (more like passed out)
he woke me up and said that we were meant to be together, that he has
felt the inadequacy the week before, but i was always lifting him up,
telling him that his Spanish was good (his Spanish is truly awesome).
that night i prayed for heavenly father to let me know i was being a
good trainer, so i take that as a answer from him, "god answers his
prayers mostly, i think, through other people" Jeffrey R. Holland
so has anyone watched the religious freedom videos on the gospel
library, wayyyy good, it adjusted my view on the subject, before i
wasn't interested on the subject now I'm way into whats going on!
but yup i think that is all that i can think of, oh, so transfer calls
and leadership calls come today, so wooo, wish us luck ;)
(well i just got a phone call from the zone leaders... i have a
interview with president Calderwood... so i am getting a calling woo!)
picture two: chicked and sautéed onions and green peppers, kinda wish
we had mushrooms...
pic three, well i found where they sell deep fried oreos!
i love you all! i hope yall know that!
your New Yorker!
Elder Daniel Buffington