This week, we had a few cool events- most of which just ended up in my journal - but one of which is really exciting. We've finally found our first investigator! In the 3 sets of missionaries to serve in this area (as the 3rd set of Elders in this area -- kind of confusing..), which was first Elders Johnson and Jeung, then Elder Johnson and myself, and now Elder Ellsworth and me, we've become the "chosen ones" in finding the only investigator to have existed thus far.
...Can I get a high five?
Other than that, we had the photo shoot with Elder Buntz from the Seoul Mission for "The Wall" - as they're calling it - and that was super cool too. It should be up some time within the next two weeks in the Korean LDS "Newsroom"? I think it's a website -- but if you do some searching I'm sure you'll be able to find it. The internet is amazing. Then, we had mission tour on Wednesday, and that was sweet - Elder ...Uh.. Aoyiagi? I have no idea how to spell it - came and spoke to us, and it was a really neat meeting, though nothing crazy happened, haha. Just another training. Also, our other investigator this week came from a referral from Elder Lundberg in Seoul Mission (my old firefighter friend), so if you're in touch with him, give him a big thank you for me!Today, or rather, this weekend, we've got 추석 going on, and there are.. zero people on the streets. Haha it's pretty cool to be honest. And tomorrow we've got a big event- some talent show and other things planned for all the missionaries (since no missionary work can really be done), so that will be cool!
(HAPPY BIRTHDAY ABBY! WOOHOO!)
Meanwhile, back home, the mother's of Elder Meek, Watts, Grossgebauer & DeMille paid a visit to Sister Bagley. She was happy and cheerful and full of light. She was also happy to tell us all kinds of stories about our boys.