Sunday, July 3, 2016

Trade-Offs and Australian Sheep

So this week was pretty cool.  We were blessed to have some extra k's on the car that allowed us to go on another trade-off with the Port Elders.  I served with Elder Uriona again and for the first half of the day we helped a member split wood for a family in their Branch.  That was some hard work, but it was pretty fun.  The member lived up on his own farm of sorts so it was a pretty cool day.  I always enjoy trade-offs because it allows you to see how things are working in others areas and what you can apply into your own area.  

Back to Taree, we had a very good meeting with our investigator Kate.  Every Wednesday, we have dinner at Sister Vickers' house, Kate's neighbor.  It's been really cool to see how Kate has grown since I've been here.  She's started to read the Book of Mormon and we had a great discussion this week about so many different portions of the Gospel.  

Today is the start of Week 6.  We hope to finish the transfer off well and continue to follow up with those who might be interested in the Gospel.  Excited for our combined zone Special Training this week, which should be pretty good.  

Love you heaps!
Elder Muh 

Mama kangaroo with a joey in her pouch 

After chopping some wood 

There are sheep in Australia.  It has been confirmed.  

Stopped by Black Head Beach on our way back up from Forster this week 

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