Another fairly normal week. Started the week off with my last day with Elder Alvarado. We had a little party with a recent convert and investigator. We had pizza and had a water gun fight in their house with their kids. It was actually a lot of fun.
My new companion arrived this Tuesday and is Elder Zuleta from Ecuador. He was assistant to the president and only has 3 weeks left in his mission. He is really awesome, nice, and caring. I am learning lots and I am really enjoying our time as companions. We are seeing a lot of miracles in our area and our hope for this change is 8 baptisms. I know we should have 2 this 28th of November, the mom and younger brother of David (our baptism two weeks ago).
Found Christmas lights, a stocking, and a stuffed Santa Claus this week for our house and it is starting to feel and look more like Christmas. Some members and investigators have Christmas trees up too. I also saw egg nog in the store today and I love it!
WE HAVE A COMEDOR! No more having to make lunch. We now eat lunch everyday with the wife of the bishop and the food is really good. Nothing strange or bad, just average, but good.
This last Thursday we also had a long planning session as we have taken over the smaller area just below us. We had to plan our sectores and how we were going to work with the recent converts, members, and investigators in that area. My comp half way through asked if I was hungry, which I was, so out of no where he calls Dominos Pizza and buys him and me a small personal pizza. It was awesome, my new comp is really nice!
Ponderize: Jacob 3:1
Other note worthy scriptures this week: Mosiah 2:41 and 3Nephi 26:9
Having the best day of his life,
On the top of my apartment building
Christmas finds: lights, little Santa, stocking
New companion Elder Zuleta