October 4, 2014
That’s super cool that you got to talk with
Bence, he is such a cool guy; hopefully I’ll get to meet up with him sometime
again. Also as far as following the Holy Ghost, there was this super cool story
I wanted to share that happened while we were still in Kispest. There was that
super cool girl L, who ended up missing our program, and unfortunately we forgot
to get her number and we only knew her address… but she lived with her mom
who’s another religion and she didn’t want her mom to find out... so we were
kinda in a pickle. Then one day we planned to go tracting again around the area
we found her and I just kept hoping that we would run into her so we could get
her number. SO we go and tract for like 2 hours and when we start to head back,
were just walking down the sidewalk and I see this other path and tell my comp
"hey lets go down this grass path" we start walking and hear this
voice like "hey" and it was her!!! Super cool… As missionaries these
experiences literally happen ALL the time, it’s truly amazing! I believe as
long as we are doing the right things and trying our best and have hope, faith
and charity everything will turn out okay.
Anyway, Secretary life is pretty crazy. The
last 2 weeks were INSANE, especially with the Bagozzis gone and there was
transfers plus 3 different zone conferences! It was just so hectic, but it was
also pretty fun; especially since we met with quite a few people and had some super
good programs. The funniest was with this new convert who lives alone; We walk
into his place,and see this 3 year old girl standing there playing with blocks.
. . and we are just like "whaaaaaaaaaa????" super confused, but he
offered to watch this girl and she was soooooo funny; like the cutest little
girl ever. She was super shy at first, then later she would just giggle like
crazy. Sooooo cuki and when we left she also wanted to come with us… so
So, as secretary I pretty much just take care of
people coming into the building, the office phone and I also do all the
paperwork for the new missionaries so they can live here in Hungary for 2
years. Other than that I work a lot with updating information and taking care
of mail. It’s a lot different and it’s kinda sad that we don’t go out and work
as much, but it is a necessary job, and someone’s gotta do it, soooo yea
My new comp is awesome; he was actually one
of my ősi from the MTC so he was in the older group of Hungarians at the MTC.
We have a lot of fun, and we are going to try to make the office more fun . . .
Also I’m super stoked for general conference,
hope you all got your spiritual cups ready cuz they about to get filled!!