This is a picture of my favorite street in Stockton, lined with palm trees. So Cali. Sister Landon told me the other day that I only have 3 transfers left, I about keeled over. When it's put into transfers, it seems so soon!! I hope all of you are bored with nothing to do when I come home so I can stay busy with friends and family lest I go crazy!! No more spanish speaking this week. But we did have some other crazy stuff.
Other crazy stuff: Remember how Dianne had her uncle and her daughter die last week? Her Nephew was murdered on Friday. Three deaths in her family within a 2-week period of time. She was crying on the VP and my heart just breaks for her. I cant wait to teach the plan of salvation again to remind her where these people are. She still says she wants to be baptized, but I just hope she can come back soon. She's flying away to attend her nephew's funeral and then she will be back in two weeks.
More other crazy stuff: we found a less-active Deaf who should be coming to our ward, too! Except, he's homosexual! BUT...he was baptized knowing nothing about what was taught. He was really young and nobody signed to him, so he just did what his family did. Hopefully we can teach him more truth about the church and the Lord. He has a boyfriend, so it will be interesting to deal with this issue since I never have on my mission. Good thing the gospel is for everybody!
Our investigators are doing well! Lynda is still going strong and she really wants to be baptized, so we hope she can keep away from the cigarettes until then! Zina gave a talk in church for the first time ever in her life and the bishop had to move the podium up and down and up and down to tell her to stop talking. We all laughed pretty hard. Kathy, the Wiccan, actually really enjoyed church. She was too scared to do more than 1 hour, but I saw her tear up sitting next to me. I KNOW she felt the holy ghost. She texted us that night and said that she was moved by the talks and that next week she'll come for two hours. I love being a missionary.