We biked a whole lot this week and loved it! We had to climb a fence to get to our destination so we threw our bikes over the fence then over we went. We now are sporting the ripped tights look! We met a new investigator biking down Blanding Blvd. and just waked along with her as she talked about her life as a recovering addict. She told us that previously she had given up on the idea of God, but in recovery you have to believe in a higher power to overcome it.
I believe that is why God has made us the way we are. When we come to the very edge we have to reach out for some kind of help.
We had three people at church this Sunday. We are hoping for five this coming week. We may have to stop teaching L—M— so he can grow. Elder Kopishcke of the Seventy is coming on Friday. We are having a Ward Luau this Saturday that we will hopefully have a bunch of investigators at. The young men are doing the Haka and we will be cooking two pigs in the ground.
Melissa has moved to Lethbridge!????!!!Nooooo, who will cut my hair when I get home? hahaha. Okay I won’t stress. All will work out, I’m just focusing on the work. Thank you for being so supportive and reassuring sister. I love you all so much. MUAH! Sister Winkler