Friday, we spent all day driving. We picked up 7 new cars from Maryland, and 3 from Tysons corner, so we drove up in the office Elders 15-passenger van, and all took our own car home. Then, we met with President, decided where to send cars, and drove some of them out to their new areas. Then, we got to teach a lesson to a wonderful young man named Sagwadi. Nghia came with us to teach the lesson, and he is doing fantastic. He testified boldly of how he came to know that the gospel was true, and after we left, he said: "man, I'm definitely going on a mission." it was so amazing to have that experience with an old investigator, but now from that new perspective. That night, about midnight, we got a call from some Hermana’s saying they lost their keys and couldn't get into their car or apartment...( its good to be needed)
Saturday was similar to Friday.
Sunday! Our first day in the singles ward! We loved the ward! It's totally different than anything I'm used to on a mission though. Everyone has served missions more recently, so they understand more how it works and there is a great energy! It is really nice. Our bishop is amazing too. Last night, we were out in Manassas working hard and visiting some YSAs we hadn't met yet. It was great to get to know some of them a bit, and invite them to come to activities.
I rewrote a huge portion of our excel reporting document this week... that was pretty exciting. I didn't ruin it :D
Love you all! Hope your day is fantastic!