We have a lot of investigators doing well. Brett is amazing! He's getting baptized on October 23rd. He has been studying with missionaries for 6 months and now is finally able to get baptized. He has read the Book of Mormon 3 times already. He is such a stud! Another guy we have been working with is a guy named Errol. He's also on date for the 23 of October. We weren't able to meet with him this past week though L.
We plan to set a few more baptism dates this week. One of which is named Hannah. The story of how we found her is super cool! We have specific amounts of miles we are allowed to drive each month and we've been running a little low so we decided to walk a bit. Our plan was to walk 1.5 miles from an appointment we had at 5 and our next at 7. Anyways, we start walking and get about a block away and run into this guy and share a super spiritual lesson with him. (He's also on our radar for a baptism date) Well we walk about 300 yards farther down the road and run into Hannah. She basically came up to us and introduced herself. Long story short we taught a powerful Restoration lesson and she wants to get baptized. She's only 20 and has a kid but she is looking for a change in her life. She's super cool!I had the opportunity this week to go in an exchange with my good ol' comp from Clermont Elder White! It was a great day. We biked through this crazy town called Cassadaga. Apparently it's the spiritualist capital of the world. Pretty crazy right! We didn't have a whole lot of success there. It was exhausting. I haven't had to bike in such a long time! My legs are still sore from it. Oh also, we saw a wild black bear too. It was too quick to get any pictures but apparently they get to be a real nuisance here in Florida.
Today we had an awesome P-day! We got up at like 6:00 and headed for the beach for a zone beach pday. It was awesome because we got to see the sun rise over the ocean. I honestly stood in awe at God's creations. It really humbled me. We are so fortunate to have such a kind and loving Father! Anyways, we played some ultimate frisbee and took some cool pictures (don't quite do it justice), then headed over to the church. Elder Acevedo and I cooked breakfast for the whole zone. I cooked a ton of pancakes and Elder Acevedo cooked all the eggs. It's been a great P-Day!!!I sure do love being a missionary. I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world. It's such a privilege. Well I hope you all have a great week! Love ya