We were able to get another 2 new investigators this week, one of them is named Catherine she has a whole family that will eventually become interested in the gospel. She has had cancer twice in her life and this last time it has taken a pretty big toll on her. The lesson went very well with her and I think she really learned a lot and enjoyed it. Although when we tried to set another appointment with her she wouldn't budge from setting one two weeks away instead of sooner which is kind of a bummer but oh well.
Last night we had a miracle, we were going to an appointment to see someone named Hannah with her mother Cassi. They both have been really hard to teach because despite what we do they flame us. When we knocked on the door it seemed like they had flamed us again and just before we were about to leave a man named Gerald opened the door. He is Cassi's father and Hannah's grandfather. They both were not there but with the help of the RM member that we brought a long we were able to get inside the door and teach him a first lesson the best part was when the member committed him to baptism and he said yes. We have another appointment on Thursday with him. Also at the end of the lesson Cassi and Hannah showed up so we talked with them for a little bit and asked if they would be there Thursday as well. They said they would.
We had an exchange with the Tiffin Elders this week I was with Elder Ercanbrack and Elder Conlin. It was a pretty exciting exchange except when I was being a Dingleberry and broke our cell phone. Although at the end of the day we had a good time talking (or being talked at) by a nice man named Arthur Lentz.
This morning we got a call from the AP's and found out that Elder Conlin is being transferred tonight. Elder Ehlert and I were driving up in that direction tonight anyway so we will be dropping him off. The reason why he is being transferred there is because my last comp. Elder Haines accidently slipped underneath a lawnmower and luckily the mower was too dull to chop his toe off but it smashed his foot to the point that he needs surgery.
Anyway, I love you all too bits.
P.S. Congrats Brook and Taylor on your graduating!