This was a good week in Klamath Falls. It's been cold as heck over here, like 9 degrees with windchill that makes it seem like it's -15, but that just makes it fun. Some of the highlights of this week include New Year's exchanges and the most amazing tacos ever.
On Wednesday, I went on exchanges with Elder Thurgood, one of the Zone Leaders in this area. Now, the thing about when I go on exchanges is that when I do things tend to not go as planned. All of the lessons that we scheduled fell through, tracting wasn't successful, and to top it off we got stuck in a snowbank for an hour! Don't let people from New Mexico drive in the snow.
New Year's was a party! Especially when you have to be in by 5pm. In case you couldn't catch the sarcasm in my words . . . it was not that fun. But ringing in the new year was still a trip. It's weird to think that it's 2016 now. It was nice to be able to hangout with everyone in the zone.
We also ate amazing tacos for dinner last night. Like bring a tear to your eyeball good.
On a more missionary related note, we're finally starting to come off of the "It's Christmas don't bug me please" season and getting back in with people. It was great to get into the groove of doing work. We had another great lesson with Lesley and I think that we're about to make a breakthrough where he starts to progress.
This week will be the last week of the transfer, so we'll get more news about what happens with me and Elder Best soon. Stay tuned.
Happy New Year!
|The icicles here are crazy sauce|