I'm loving life for sure! Unfortunately, this week was pretty uneventful. Sister Anderson was sick with the flu ALL WEEK. Poor thing. She kept apologizing for being sick, and all I could do for her was to keep reassuring her it was okay. She was pretty much bed ridden Tuesday through Friday. It was kind of nice staying put for the first two days because I was able to catch up on my studying and several letters I've needed to write - I did sneak in a couple of naps too! But after day two I was going stir crazy! Luckily the members we live with had their grandchildren over for a little while, so that made day three go a bit faster. On Saturday, Sister Anderson's fever was gone and she was finally feeling a little better so we ventured out for a few visits, but after the second visit Sister Anderson was begging me to take her back home because she was so exhausted, I felt so bad for her.
Today for P-day we're going to Linder Farms, which is a pumpkin patch and corn maze. It's going to be so much fun!
We're getting lots of exercise through our service opportunities during the weekdays. For example, this week we're helping three families rake the leaves in their yards, and hauling a bunch of dirt for another. If anything I'll have killer arms when I return home from my mission!
We had Haitian/Creole food for dinner last night, it was yummy. The father of the family that fed us served his mission in Montreal, Canada and spoke French for a part of his mission. It was such a good dinner and their company was even better.
Tonight we are invited to Family Home Evening with members of the 8th ward. I'm really excited, they're such a great family and make us feel so welcome in their home.
Well, that's all for this week. The Family History Center is closing and we're being asked to finish up.
Love you guys so much! Have a wonderful week!
Sister Lindsay Taylor