Friday, March 27, 2015

My crazy week!

Hello Everyone!

This week has been crazy! Today is pday because we had interviews with
president on Monday then we had zone meeting in tuesday to help
everyone get the new iPads. So here is a short summary of what's been
going on in my dying days!

Monday we had transfer day and we were in a quadpanionship then we had
FHE at the V's- a member in the ward. I love them! They helped us
(and still do) so much when I was here before! It went well.

Tuesday we were still in a quadpanionship and did service in Glendora
to water trees on the mountain that burned when I was there before!
Then we planed for the sisters in our zones. How we can help them and
activities we can do with them. We then took one of the sisters to the
office to pick up her trainee and then took them home. We then were in
a trio cause the hermana that was with us in our quad was training
too. So then it was just a trio- we were in a trio to help a sister
who was having some problems with her companion. Then we had our saint
Patrick's day dinner at Panda Express and watched a guy get fired. It
was so sad. Sister w. ran after him to give him a Because He Lives
card and he wouldn't take it cause he's not a believer. So sad! He was
crying and everything. Then we had correlation and saw a less active

Wednesday we took the sister back to her area and made sure things
were cool. Their district leader met us and gave her a blessing and
blessed their apartment. It was nice. Then we were finally a
companionship! Sister w. and I! She's awesome! Such a strong
missionary! She's from eagle mountain Utah. Wednesday then we saw
J. who I taught when I was here before. She's doing okay. Has
kinda fallen away more. But she should be coming to the women's
broadcast Saturday! Then we did a lot of finding and talking to

Thursday we had MLC - Mission Leadership Council. It was really good.
The sisters had to be there at 9am then we met with the elders at 10.
It was good. We talked a lot about the Book of Mormon and gaining
confidence and our responsibilities as leaders. It was really good!
Then it was time to turn in our iPads! Since I go home in April I
wasn't supposed to get one so me and sister a. were so sad so we
went to talk to one of the senior elders about something with her car
and then our companions came running down the hall and told us we were
going to get iPads! President called the Mtc to get special permission
for the leaders going home in April to get iPads! So it's been a
blessing! So the meeting lasted until 5pm! We were there from 9-5!!
Then we went to dinner with the F's. It was so good! Then we a
relief society birthday party activity and that was fun! The theme was
UP and it was so cute! We got relief society bottle cap pins! Then
they played clips from up! It was so weird! We didn't watch of course!
Then we drove to Rowland hieghts to do studies in the morning with the
sisters there and they live forever away!! So we just slept over and
then studied with them in the morning it was good!

Friday was good. We studied then drove home and picked up Krispy Kreme
on the way home! Yum! Then we weekly planned and that went really
well! Then we went to see M.! I first taught him when I was here
before and he has since tapered off coming to church. But we're
helping him come back. Then we had dinner at the K's - the WML.
That was good. Then we had a lesson at the church with our
investigator C. It went really well! We talked about the last
part of the Plan of Salvation so the after life. It was great! She is
committed to baptism and now we are helping her pick a date. Friday
night we exchanged with the Glendora 3rd sisters. I went to Glendora
with sister R. I love her! She was my sister training leader when
I was in Pasadena. Friday was the first time I biked in a while!

Saturday, sister R. and I went out to find! It went well. There
wasn't many people home in the morning but we went park contacting
later and then we were invited to a birthday party at the park! Some
members were celebrating their nieces birthday! It was such a tender
mercy. I biked all day! Saturday night we exchanged back.

Sunday was church! It was so fun to see everyone! Surprisingly I
remembered a lot more names than I thought I would! And people
remembered me. It was good church meetings. Then we had studies and
planned what we were going to teach the two zone meetings and then had
dinner with the Z.'s. They're such a cute family and then we went to
contact a referral and she was super nice! We had a really good
conversation about each other's beliefs. Then we went to the Easter
music fireside at the stake center and a less active family joined us,
the F's. It was really good.

Monday we had interviews with president. So we went out finding in the
morning and then studied the digital age missionary pamphlets and then
had interviews. We gave two on the sisters a ride to their interviews
and then after interviews it was time for dinner. We bought a really
good pizza and shared with the Hermanas. We also set up 6 appointments
in the thirty minutes it took to wait for the pizza! Then we went to a
pass off lesson with the elders and sadly she wasn't home. Then we
went to fhe and taught about the priesthood. It was a really good

Tuesday we has two zone meetings. We taught about 20 minutes at both.
We went to our zones and then left 10 minutes early to pick up some
lunch and then drive to hacienda heights far far away and then taught
there and helped them with iPad set up! It was good. I learned a lot
from teaching. Then we had dinner and then correlation and finding
after. It was a good day.

Today is pday! And we went to diaso which is a Japanese dollar store
with sister R. and V. They're so great! It was so fun! Then
we did grocery shopping and traveled back! It was a good day!

As you can tell we are always helping the sisters and I love it! I
learn so much from them! I won't be with sister w. for the next
three days cause we'll be on exchanges! Crazy! But I love it!

Love you all!
Sister Riches

P.s. The temple trip is on Tuesday so I'll have pday on Tuesday not Monday.

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