"Things are good, we have taught more lessons this week than any other week in the mission so far. Mostly to less active members and recent converts. We have 3 investigators right now, so it's kind of exciting. The Church is definitely small in this country.
I haven't seen general conference yet, we are downloading the sessions right now and we are going to watch them another time at our house on our DVD player. I'm excited to watch it. With the time difference, the Saturday morning session didn't start here until 7 PM and we were busy so we didn't get to watch it. And, everything is closed on Saturday except the crappy computer place that my phone back home is faster than basically. So, we didn't watch it, but we will.
We met with a guy yesterday. He has been in America for the last 4 months working. He'd talked to missionaries before, and remembered us when he got back here and called us. We set up a meeting and it was pretty cool. He's 23 and is currently going to college in Oradea. He is studying theology and English. And he is super curious about the Church and Joseph Smith. He is going to Moldova this week and said he would 'definitely' read and call us when he gets back. So, hopefully he does. Super nice guy.
It's still hot here, and now we have to wear our jackets (suit coats), because it is between conferences. Hopefully it cools off soon, I'm ready for the cold to happen. (Speak for yourself Elder Phelps)
It feels normal to be here now, I'm pretty adjusted to the schedule and the time change and stuff. I dunno if I've told you about the service we do twice a week? Anyway, we volunteer with the Catholic Church here and help them serve food to the homeless and needy people and stuff. We go every Thursday and Friday. Super humbling experience. Everyday in this country you see people that carry all they have in a grocery bag and see people picking through the dumpsters. They actually have cages around most of the dumpsters so people can't go through them. Super sad to see. But it makes me even more grateful for where I come from. We are really blessed to live in America. People here dream of moving there. When Romania joined the EU (European Union), many citizens moved to Germany and Italy and France to work, because they didn't need a passport. They are very proud of being part of the EU. All of the products they make here say 'produced in the European Union' on the back instead of 'made in Romania.'"
|"Me next to a hearse, check out the license plate."|