|A beautiful double rainbow|
This week we spent just outside finding and that is really all we did. We hit the paves and the roads very early and just went to work even in the rain or cold and despite me spraining my ankle last Monday while playing soccer, I limped around just fine. I will say it was well worth it and though I know Sister Sappington will probably be a little upset because I did not tell her I know she will forgive me.
Now I have two hurt legs so I am ordered to rest both of them. If no one has guessed, as yet, that may not happen with me always wanting to be out working so I will have to make plans here. The rains have continued to fall here quite a bit and it has gotten a little colder, so I am on the lookout for anything that looks white and falls from the sky. We had an awesome trunk-or-treat but sadly I forgot to carry my camera so no pictures. It was freezing cold so I was more than happy to collect candy and even had to sing for some, too, which was awesome! And though this week has been nothing but running here, there and everywhere it turned out just fine.
|A funny sign at the end of Daylight Saving Time|
|Noah's Ark got moved|
So, a story to finish up. This Saturday daylight savings ended. I rejoiced and shouted for joy and by total accident woke my companions up at 4:30 am instead of 5:30 am. Yep, they were mad but those are the joys of missionary work.