Time seems to fly sometimes. It's been another awesome week here in Nasautoka. I'm doing well. It's been dumping rain on us like crazy lately!! Everyday we have like a little mini rainstorm, and it seems to really want to hear about the gospel, because it loves to follow us missionaries from koro to koro. Haha, nah, but it has just been pouring. All is well, my shirts really can't get any moldier.
So not to much is happening in this area. We are trying to re-excite the area, ya know? The last Elders here were great, it's just a slower area I guess. We did some success in a few homes. We are teaching a lot of children. Like tons of kids. We are hoping as we teach the kids we can work on their parents. We'll see what happens.
We had exchanges with the Eldas in Burerua this past Friday. Guess who the Eldas in Burerua are. Elda Green, my old companion and best buddy, and his Trainee Elda Eberspacher. They are way sweet.
My companion is doing well. He's the man! He is seriously 3 weeks from the airplane, and he is holding himself together way well. He is actually kinda bummed to leave.
So yesterday when we got home from church and proselyting, we walked into our flat and were greeted by one of the worst smells ever. We couldn't figure it out. Sooula said it smelled like something had died. We called over a few boys from the koro and had them smell around the flat. They all agreed it came from a dresser that we had in our flat. we saw a small hole in the bottom and we knew it was there. So we lifted up the dresser and you would have thought that we had found buried treasure the kids freaked out so hard. Well, we all freaked out. We were all jumping and screaming because there was a HUGE DEAD RAT under the dresser. We are bringing the kids candy for being such champs.
This area is pretty sweet.
Well I love you guys. I hope all is well over there in 'Murica. The members here send their love.
PS sorry no pictures. I forgot my camera.--
Peace Be Still
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