|Connie, Sis Wright, Sis Hoth at baptism|
|Zone Conference ~ Elders; Sisters Wright, Hoth Jensen, Jeppson, Christianson, Magelby|
So one day, we decided to go contacting on the only street that we can contact on. (It's the only street with people). So we went to Beacon and as soon as we got out of the car, there was a dark, heavy feeling on Beacon. I have never met so many rude people all in a row. People were yelling out their cars at us and rude comments seemed to just be flying our way. No one would listen. Sister Wright and I were both struggling to stay on Beacon. But I decided to keep my head up. Something I learned my first transfer in the field was that when all odds are against you and you want to give up, that's when you can't give up. Satan was working so hard on us right then, and that's because there was someone there that NEEDED the gospel. We pushed through and talked to everyone we saw. We ended up having a few good conversations and moment of bearing testimony. I don't know exactly who we impacted that day, but I know that we left that street brighter, lighter, and happier than we found it. And that's our job.
I taught Sister Wright how to puddle jump. It's the best when I can get my companion soaked. Haha, we have had some really rainy days this week. One of the days, we were walking up a huge hill and then all of the sudden a bus stops next to us. The bus driver asked if we wanted a ride, his name was Hanz. The bus was empty so he just wanted someone to talk to. We shared the gospel with him and we were on our way. I'm so grateful for all of the Christlike examples that I get to meet everyday.