This week was pretty good, saw a lot of people and had some good experiences. Did some drywalling, sanding and painting this week with the R's and then out of nowhere we had a really deep conversation with A and B about their kids and the need for them to be baptized. Nick really wants me to baptize him so Sunday the 3rd, the last day as a missionary, I will be blessed to baptize him before we head home! Lots of other crazy stuff has been happening this week too, had 36 people at church which is always great to see! But see you all next week....except you Kurt...
Monday, April 27, 2015
Monday, April 20, 2015
April 20, 2015
This week was a very blessed week, we were able to receive 8 new investigators and had many other successes.
Monday we had P-day and visited with some people.
Tuesday we made invites to our potluck dinner went around handing those out for a while then we saw R. Visited with W and then we were able to start teaching a new family, T who we contacted coincidentally last week, who is a member, has three kids who she wants to be baptized. So we got to meet with them that day and had a really good discussion with them and invited two of them to be baptized and they accepted. Following that we watched some conference talks with M and had a good discussion with her and her trying to quit smoking.
Wednesday we were out and about again handing out invited to potluck and then we saw W and then we were able to start teaching another part member family and committed all of the kids to be baptized and they accepted. It was a really great experience to see J, their father who is a member but has never really attended church, ask some really great questions.
Thursday we had district meeting over Skype as per usual then we went over to L's and helped him rake up some leaves in his yard and then we had a good discussion with him and had dinner with him. Then we visited with W and then we saw J and he wasn't doing so well since he is going through Chemotherapy again but we prayed with him and then rushed back to L's and helped his step-son load a bunch of garbage into his truck then we rushed back to the church for our youth-night which was great, we played capture the flag and all had a good time.
Friday we had breakfast at W's and then we went to the school and helped out in the Cafeteria which is great because we always get spend time with the workers there who are all less-active members. We then had lunch, weekly planned and then visited with W and her family before they headed off to Regina, Then we went over and visited the R's and played some lacrosse with kids and they had some friends there too and we then went inside and their friends wanted to come and listen to our message and we were able to teach them and they all asked if they could be baptized it was great! Then we had dinner and stopped by KC and saw O and had a really good conversation with him. Then we stopped by some other investigators and members but they weren't home.
Saturday we went to the band hall to hang up some posters and were invited to come to the feast that was to happen in an hour so we went back and got to experience and spend time with the community as guests at one of their feasts they put on in remembrance of some of their relatives who recently passed away. After that we visited with J who is a less active and her boyfriend who is an investigator. While we were over there her sister M came who is also less active and we got to teach them and some of their kids. We then were able to visit with KC and while we were there his nephew who lives down the road he saw us drive up and came over and wanted to listen to our message so we got to teach him and committed him to be baptized and he accepted and wanted to start reading the Book of Mormon too!
Sunday was good we had a great sacrament meeting.Unfortunately only had 24 people out but it was great to have L and 6 other less-active members out including both J and her sister who hasn't been to church since T and T got baptized. Had a good potluck dinner afterwards and then we were surprised by a visit from F and J (taught him in Regina and he got baptized) who were passing through CTK to go up to Balcarres so we had a good visit with them for a bit and prayed and shared a quick message with them! Then we saw W and a couple others before having dinner and then we went to Orson's sweat lodge and it was different than the others I have been to. C who is a strong member of the church, beside him never coming to church, was running the ceremony. It was different because there was no pipe and he basically just prayed and taught and talked about Jesus Christ and the atonement and he talked about the church as well! Then we were given the opportunity to teach in the sweat lodge and bear our testimonies which is a great honor to have. Then after that when we were leaving O gave me an eagle feather to thank me for the work we have done in the community. Receiving an Eagle feather is considered a great honor among the First Nations people as they view the eagles as very sacred. Then K wanted to give me his hand drum before I left too. Great to see the people and the respect that keeps growing and them continually growing closer to coming back to the church!
-Elder Shane Dola
Monday, April 13, 2015
My week was pretty good!
Monday we had our p-day and saw W and then went over to B and C's place
Tuesday we had district meeting and then we had lunch then saw H and E then we saw W and then R and then M then we went to the S's
Wednesday we spent a lot of time organizing a volleyball night here in CTK where we would have some youth from Regina come out and we would play volleyball and introduce them to some of the youth that would be at youth conference! Then this lady I met in Weyburn over a year ago who has been a missionary for her religion for since 1982, shows up at the church. This lady has been stalking me ever since I met her! Every area I go to she somehow finds out where I am and gets a hold of my number even though I have never given it to her! Anyways so she shows up with her new partner and we gave her a tour of the church, and they saw a picture of the temple and asked some questions about it so we were able to teach them about temples and what not. had a good conversation with her then she went on her way. Then we went over to R's to speak with him but he wasn't there but we were talking with his grandson who we know and we ended up teaching him, and he was really liking it and taking it in, the best part was when R came in he pretended like he wasn't listening but was definitely in the other room listening the whole time. After that we went to W's and she bought us steaks so we went over there and BBQ them and then went over to the S's shared a message with them and helped them with some things around their house.
Thursday we had a pretty cool experience, the guys who ripped up the floor in our trailer were back to pick up all of their equipment and one guy who is from Pakistan asked us if he could ask us some questions about Christianity because he didn't know anything about it but he told us how impressed he was coming out to our place and seeing what we did and most importantly he explained how he just really liked the spirit that he felt when he was around us and when he was in our trailer. So we taught him and the other guy that was working with him right there on the spot. He expressed how he wanted to learn more about it afterwards and expressed his desire to come to church, so we told him that since he was from Regina he could meet with Missionaries there and even go to church there too. He then said that he would rather come here because it really wasn't too far (only about an hour) and liked how it felt more personable here. So we gave him a Book of Mormon and some other resources and he was set to go. Then we went to the school and got some info for when we would be using the gym on Friday. Then we had to get gas in Montmartre and some snacks for youth night, then we went over to L and L's and had a good visit with them and shared a message before they headed off. Then we stopped by some other people and saw W, had dinner and got ready for youth night. Had a ton of kids come out and they watched Heaven is for Real on the big screen that we had had set up for General Conference. Everything was going really well until they left and we turned the lights on and saw that 5 different kids had spilled their pop all over the floor... so we cleaned that up.
Friday we weekly planned and took care of some other things and went out and invited tons of people to Church specifically because their were some more speakers from Regina coming out to talk more about the youth conference. We went and knocked on some doors and two ladies at different houses expressed that they wanted to be baptized and get all of their kids baptized too, so that was pretty cool we have times set up to go visit them this week. Then we met T who is very distinguished Elder out here on CTK had a good visit with him before he headed off to Regina. We went home and had dinner and went to the school and opened it up expecting 14 kids from the Rez to come out but only two of them did and then a handful of kids form Regina so it worked out but wasn't at all what we were hoping for or expecting
Saturday we had quite the adventure coming into Regina with Elder Ruth and Elder Kenney. We went to the Regina Pow wow and spent the day with the K family. It was a really good time and it was funny because nearly everyone from CTK was there too.
Sunday we had church and only had 17 people out unfortunately but had some youth speakers and youth leaders from Regina speaking more about youth conference which was kind of strange seeing as no one who would actually be attending youth conference showed up..that's always disheartening when so many people commit to coming to the volleyball night and then to church and then nothing actually becomes of it. But on the bright side V came to church for the first time this year and we were able to have a really good discussion with him and brother Waldie during our Priesthood class, was great to have him out again. After church had lunch and visited W, went home and baked a cake for N's birthday and went over and surprised her with the cake spent the rest of the evening there before heading home.
Monday, April 6, 2015
This week we spent all week inviting people to General Conference and tried getting the word out for that!:
Monday we had our P-day and spent most of it with B, got stuck in the mud, had some of our appointments cancel on us, but we saw W and then we drove to Indian head and had our appointment there cancel on us to so we came home.
Tuesday we stopped by people most of the day and saw W and weren't able to do all too much the remainder of the day, because we went over our Kilometer allotment.
Wednesday we were busy in the morning and then we saw E in the afternoon and shared a message with him and his sisters.
Thursday we helped out M with her fundraiser that she was doing at work and then we went over to the daycare and had a free Turkey Dinner at the Day care then we went and tried contacting some more people, had dinner and then our other appointments got cancelled. Then we had Youth Night where only three kids showed up. Then C came with his projector and we went and had to go and get a VCR from the school and we set up the satellite and everything for conference.
Friday we weekly planned and set some other things up before going over to W's for Easter Dinner with her family, that was fun and a little crazy at the same time. Then we went around to almost every house on the reserve and gave out invitations for General Conference for the rest of the night and ended up having a super spiritual, super great lesson with H!
Saturday we had Conference all set up and absolutely no on came at all all day except C came with like 10 minutes left in the Priesthood session. We also were involved with the Grad Fundraiser volleyball tournament at the school all day and played 13 sets and I'll tell you, I haven't played Volleyball for over 3 years and my entire body was aching after that day.
Sunday still no one came to the morning session, and we then went to M's place for lunch they had a BBQ then we went back to conference and no one came except M came for the last hour of the afternoon session.. After that we went out and saw W and then stopped by some others who ended up not being home, so we then went to the S's and shared a message with them on Easter and had a good visit! Then we got our Kilometer allotment for this month and were pretty disappointed because we only received a base of about 1300 instead of 1800 and it is hard enough already trying to get around to people on CTK when it has an area of over the size of the city of Regina where there are about 200 household spread out everywhere....
-Elder Shane Dola
|Got a little stuck on this road that turns into a field.|
Monday, March 30, 2015
This week was pretty eventful.
Monday we had our P-day and visited with W afterwards and tried to meet some other members out here and went out to Montmartre and Woseley trying to track them down.
Tuesday there was a blizzard but we went out and planned and had lunch and met with some people and were around the community the rest of the day. We had dinner with W and met with C and B.
Wednesday was pretty crazy. We were at the Band-hall from about 8:30 - 4:00 helping out with set up and we BBQ the burgers and hot-dogs and just helped around and got to socialize and work with a lot of the people there. We finally met Vance Thompson, one of the Councillors and were able to set up a time to see him. We talked with one of the Ladies we were working with and she expressed that she wanted to be baptized into the Mormon Church so we have plans to be working with her in the future. It was a health fair/seminar/whatever-you-want-to-call-it and there was a booth set up where they test your blood sugar and blood pressure and it turns out that my blood sugar was 9.7 and blood-pressure 144/97 turns out the nurse says I might have diabetes! Turns out that my unhealthy eating habits I have acquired on my mission are taking it's toll on me... After that we had to take care of a few things.
Thursday we were in Regina for a Zone Conference all day but it was really good. It was my last Zone Conference and I gave my departing testimony it was pretty crazy! After the meeting President Thomas pulled me aside and told me that I will be extending my mission for 3 Months! We then went home and had our youth night and called it a night.
Friday we weekly planned and went to the school for a while and went for lunch with B, stopped by a bunch of people and met some more members and then we had dinner. We saw W and then had a good visit with K, a member who we have been trying to meet for quite a while!
Saturday we contacted a couple more people and knocked on a few doors before going to W's. Her son passed away in March 3 years ago and in the Traditional ways you honor them every year during the month that one passes away so we went there and had a feast with her and all but three of her Children. But what was really neat was before that they had a ceremony for me where I received an "Indian Name" my name is "Amba a-ou Hoksina" which means "Coming of the Dawn Boy" which is a really nice name. It was really good experience. Afterwards we went out to Indian Head and tried contacting some more people on our list and then came home had a late dinner and taught some lessons online and then we went and set up the church for Sunday.
Sunday we had Church and only 9 people were there but it was good. Afterwards we had lunch and did online work then we met with A and then had dinner with C and B and then we had lesson with the S family!
All in all Pretty good week!
-Love Elder Shane Dola
P.S. I actually don't actually have diabetes. Surprisingly my numbers were fine. Unfortunately, those were actually my companions numbers so he might have diabetes.
Also I am actually not extending my mission that was merely a little joke!
|Moccasins that were made for me|
|Me being me|
Monday, March 23, 2015
I have been pretty good! Had a good week. The tournament was Regionals where there are 16 teams that play, everyone played 2 games and only 4 teams moved on. Next week is Provincials so it basically was Zones. That's pretty crazy that the Hat High girls won provincials though!
This week was pretty fun!
Monday was our P-day and then we went with the boys and girls basketball teams to Regina and watched the City Final at the UofR. The teams (LaBoldus and Balfour) were pretty evenly matched, it was a good overall game.
Tuesday we were pretty busy, we had some guy look at our trailer with the rotting floor and then we went out to Glenavon and gave sister H a Priesthood blessing, she was not feeling well but afterwards she was a lot better! Then we proceeded to shovel out snow from side of her house for like 2 hours so that it was no longer leaking into her basement as it melted! Then we came back onto CTK, had a basketball practice and had a good visit with W, then we went over and had a really good lesson with L and L and had a Family Home Evening with them. L had some really good insights from the story that I shared with him and noted that he was simply procrastinating his Baptism!
Wednesday we spent a lot of time contacting homes and then we helped set up for the relief society social and set up some people here in the community to work with the Masons with using the church building for things so that was good. We then visited W and then had dinner and spent the rest of the night with T and T!
Thursday we saw R and had a really great experience over there with him. He was baptized in his teens but didn't really want to be baptized and fell away from the church right after he was baptized and has never been active in the church. He is very strong in his traditional beliefs and is what some would call a traditional medicine man and what not but he recently has been not feeling well and has been having some problems with his blood pressure and usually when we visit him it is just a social visit type of thing we rarely teach him much but that day he asked us to give him a blessing before we left, which was really humbling to see him humble himself to receive a blessing. When we saw him the next day he told us he was feeling way better!
Friday we stopped by W and R was there and J showed up too so we shared a thought with them before we all headed off on our own separate ways. The rest of the day was spent traveling and playing basketball.
Saturday we played our game and got lunch and headed back and had a visit with the Simon family. Basketball was really good though. This being the first time ever that the girls team made it to Regionals (equivalent to Zones in Alberta) they were ranked 16th and we lost both games, but it was such a great experience for all of those involved. They started up halfway through the season and made it to Regionals which was a huge milestone for the school. The girls were all very excited and it was really neat to see that they all had fun even thought they got beat pretty bad by both teams that they played! Overall it was great way to end off their season, they left with their heads held high!
Sunday we woke up and it snowed again, big surprise, we only had 12 people at church unfortunately. But it was still really good because we invited all of the girls from the basketball team to attend, they all agreed but only 2 of them showed up. But they had a really good experience and are coming next week and told the other girls on the team that they had a good experience and so now there are more who are saying that they are coming next week to church. It was really cool to see L who came to church, she used to come all the time as a child but hadn't been in like 10 years and then M came, she had never been to church before so it was all completely new to her. She really like it and during Sunday school you could tell she was really overwhelmed by the spirit and when speaking with her later she said she was definitely coming back next Sunday and we didn't even have to invite her! So that was really great! After that we had lunch and went to the bandhall for a while there was a bingo fundraiser on for Marcus. Then we went and tried to find some less-active members who live in the towns around CTK but were out of luck there, came home and had dinner and saw K before calling it a night, overall a very good week!
Love you, you take care! :)
Monday, March 16, 2015
This week was good, pretty busy
Monday was P-day and we were with B for a part of it just deepfrying stuff and whatnot then we had practice and saw a couple people that evening.
Tuesday was a blur I don't remember who all we saw that day or what happened there besides the team playing in Montmartre and going back and forth with the score before winning 32-30 in the last seconds of the game and the referee's were definitely the worst I have ever seen, two high school girls who never reffed before but they pulled it off and won.
Wednesday we had a Zone Training Meeting in Regina and made it back had dinner and saw some more people taught some lessons.
Thursday we pretty busy all day, had practice mixed with the boys team, we went and saw a bunch more people taught some more lessons and had our youth night
Friday we weekly planned and contacted a bunch of people all throughout the day.
Saturday we had breakfast with Rocky at Wilma's then we went to Montmartre and had our first game. The winner of that game qualified for Regionals the following weekend. We played Cupar again and that game was really intense. The score was back and forth the whole game and was tied at 49-49 at the end of the fourth quarter and then overtime score was 52-51. But we won and qualified for Regionals which was a huge milestone for the school they had never been to regionals in Basketball before! After that we played against Montmartre for 1st place in the division and that game was pretty bad, the girls were completely gassed from the game before and we ended up losing pretty bad but it was fine because Montmartre didn't play yet so were still fully energized, and the girls still had fun! After that we went and ate pizza as a team before we headed to Regina for Stake Conference and interviews with President Thomas
Sunday we went to Stake Conference and then had dinner at President and Sister Mason's after then came back to the Rez, went around and contacted homes the rest of the night, got stuck in the mud in our AWD vehicle but got out pretty quick. Spent the remainder of the night with B
Today is P-day and hopefully get to relax atleast until 6:00PM feeling sick since yesterday have a headcold
Yes we got transfer calls on Saturday, I will be staying here in CTK for my last transfer.
Yeah the weather has been pretty good here too! Everything melted and turned the roads in to huge mud swamps.
I was also wondering if you could do me a favor and send me the recipe for the pizza bread and your chicken pizza! Thanks!
But I love you mom! You have a great week!
-Elder Shane Dola
Monday, March 9, 2015
Hey! Sorry I didn't have to time to write this week! I was able to read all of your e-mails and it is good to hear that everyone is doing well! This last week was pretty good, had a lot of fun and was kind of all over the place with basketball and table tennis! But all is the well the Weather is good too! Looking forward to this week! It should be a good one!
Love you all!
Monday, March 2, 2015
To answer your questions: This week was pretty good. The weather hasn't been all too bad. The team won the other night against the team they lost to last time by one point. 39-24 was the score this time so it was a better game! We help coach the Boys team but mainly it is the girls team!
As far as BYU goes, I have no idea where I plan to live or with who! I honestly am surprised that I got in so quick! I think it would be fun and easier if I lived in a Hotel, that way I could focus on school and not have to worry about any house work because of room service and what not! But in all seriousness I went to the site and accepted the admission. Thanks again for all of the time and work you put in helping me apply! I couldn't have done it without your help! Thanks again! :)
This week was good though
Monday we had P-day and basketball practice and saw Wilma.
Tuesday we had appointments and refereed the boys basketball game and then our team play in Cupar and won.
Wednesday we had district meeting and and had quite a few other appointments throughout the day, met some new people, played ping pong.
Thursday we had breakfast at W's went to Indian Head and gave E a blessing, then we just had appointments throughout the rest of the day, then basketball practice and our Youth Night.
Friday we helped in the Cafeteria and met a lot of people we hadn't met before just all over the reserve and then we spent some time with B that night.
Saturday we were in the Ping Pong tournament at the school in the morning and taught quite a few lessons throughout the remainder of the day.
Sunday was church. Attendance was pretty good, had 26 people come, 5 investigators. After that we were out and about around the reserve visiting people and what not.
Love you mom, have a great week!
Love Elder Shane Dola
Monday, February 23, 2015
This week the Lord has truly blessed us again. We have been busy all week and had a great church function this Monday for family day. We had nearly 80 people in attendance where we had wiener roasts, sleigh rides, games for the kids, and street hockey. Was a really good experience for the community and much fun for all, we had many investigators in attendance and many
less-active members and nonmembers as well!
Tuesday we were busy with visiting some of our less-actives and were able to increase our knowledge of the culture out here in CTK as we attended some sessions of their culture days and were able to meet some of the Elders of the community and meet more people
Wednesday we had exchanges and were able to teach quite a few lessons, went to a sweat and had some good visits with some of the people we have been working with out here
Thursday we had a very good district meeting and were blessed to contact many people and had a good turnout at our youth night
Friday we had a good planning session and have continually been able to meet more and more people out here, going door to door for a bit. (less than 300 houses out here I think we can contact all of them) And we were able to spend a lot of time with C and B, brothers who who are Less Active members but both are definitely kingdom builders. Things have been going well with them for sure!
Saturday we had success in finding some new investigators through less-active members and had the opportunity to teach and visit with other members and non-members out here
Sunday was good, even despite the weather and the fact that there was a fundraiser at the Band-hall, where most people were in attendance, we still had 17 people at church. This year alone we have had 64 different people attend church. Every week we have been blessed to see different people attend church every Sunday. For example today a man named D came to church, he used to be a councilor in the Branch Presidency and was great to hear his testimony and desire to help the church out here to grow! If we were able to get all of these people to church at once, the chapel wouldn't have enough room or chairs for everyone to sit! Many times I have heard people express how they have noticed a change in the atmosphere and the spirit of the reserve as the work has continued to move along. Every week we have been able to familiarize ourselves with more and more people and our trust, respect, and overall acceptance in the community has been progressing very well! The Lord truly has blessed us here in CTK and we will continue to do all that we can to Find Teach and Baptize and bring the lost sheep back into the fold
But I love you too! You take care and have a great week!
Monday, February 16, 2015
This week was pretty good:
Monday we had P-day, the basketball game and went with B to Yorkton to celebrate Elder Kenney's birthday.
Tuesday we were busy seeing people and had basketball practice
Wednesday we went to Regina for a Zone Training meeting, came back to CTK and had a couple appointments before we went back into Regina with the boys basketball team and watched LeBoldus cream this other team. Aparently LeBoldus is the top high-school team in all of Saskatchewan and they played at some big tournament in Regina over the weekend and Hat High got invited and got beat pretty bad.
Thursday we were busy with appointments most of the day, had youth night and man that was nuts never had so many kids come out and they were off the wall and their parents never picked them up on time! and then Elder Skabelund locked us out of the trailer, so we ended up sleeping in the church that night....that really really sucked
Friday we didn't get back in the trailer until like 12:30 went to the Delorme's for lunch with brother W and we helped cut down some trees and cut them up. Then we had basketball practice and only five girls showed up, but it was still pretty good. Then we spent some time with B and C (2 Less-active members) and they took us to the Pats game. The Pats played Swift Current and that goalie (Wapple who used to play in Medicine Hat) playing terrible, just an overall terrible game they lost 5-0 and the one goalie got pulled when 4 goals got scored on him and he got a penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct when he was pulled off. But it was interesting to see Nathyn Mortlock plays as a defense-man for the Pats, never knew that.
Saturday we were busy most of the day until a huge blizzard hit and we didn't really have much to do.
Sunday was good it cleared up and despite the bad roads because of the drifting snow, we still had a great turnout with 34 people at church and 5 were investigators, 9 less-active members. After that we had some more appointments and tracted some houses on the reserve
Today was pretty fun with the family Day celebrations then pretty bad as it felt like all crap hit the fan all at once: Hearing that Vince passed away, failed the SAT, and someone sold the Xbox...but you gotta move forward, life is not always easy! Looking forward to a good week coming up!
Love you mom! You take care have a great week and don't worry! :) I am doing fine! :)
-Love Elder Shane Dola
Monday, February 9, 2015
This week was pretty eventful. With transfers we spent most of the beginning of the week with Elder Kenney saying his farewells and getting ready to go. Wednesday we spent the evening in Regina and Thursday early in the morning was transfers visited C and headed back to CTK had lunch and then introduced Elder Skabelund to a few of the people out here and had our Youth Night and visited W. Friday we planned for the transfer had basketball practice and taught a couple lessons. Saturday we went with B and got Chinese food and spent some time with him. Taught some more lessons to some of our investigators and oveall had a good day. Sunday we had 39 people at church was a great turnout, best since the Christmas Sunday. We had 10 investigators and 10 Less-active members at church as well which was great to see, definitely was the highest achieved since I have been on my mission! Had a good rest of the day visiting and seeing others, have our first basketball game today and then we are going up to Yorkton.
Love Elder Shane Dola
Monday, February 2, 2015
Our week was really good. We taught quite a few lessons. We had 5 investigators at church this week, had some good basketball practices, played some ping pong, went to a round dance, had a movie night with T and T and their friends and hopefully we will be able to start teaching some of their friends, one came to church on Saturday. We got transfer calls and Elder Kenney will be heading to Yorkton. We were all over the community doing different things. Overall a pretty eventful week. Had a baptism on Saturday and had a really good turnout. A, who is 11 got baptized. Her dad and uncles and aunts are members but her mom is not so hopefully we can start teaching her more. M, A's cousin also got baptized. He had cancer and his grandmother wanted him to get baptized before he went through chemo but his mom didn't want him to. He went into remission for a while but is in stage 2 cancer again and is going to be receiving Chemo again this February and so we were able to get him baptized while he was well enough. Pretty neat story, but sad though. But yeah sorry this is all over the place but that was our week. New transfer starts soon. Had a good turnout on Sunday, and got to watch the superbowl with some less-Active members.
Love you! Take care!
Monday, January 26, 2015
Our week was pretty good and the SAT was okay, the hardest part was the time limits it was so rushed you barely had any time to think at all! It took like 5 straight hours...
This week was pretty good.
Monday we had P-day.
Tuesday we had our district meeting and taught a few lessons.
Wednesday we went to a sweat lodge.
Thursday we were busy all day and had Youth activity at night.
Friday we weekly planned, volunteered at the School Cafeteria, taught A, went to Regina, ate dinner with the K family, bought a calculator, went to the Mason and then slept at some other Elders apartment.
Saturday got up at 6:00, got to the testing room at the UofR at 7:30 and wrote the test. I didn't get out until after 1:00...had lunch and stopped by some people before heading back to CTK and going to the S's.
Sunday we had church and went to M's and taught H.
I love you! You take care.