So, Bro. Sikahema is actually the first counselor of the Stake Presidency.
I'll send G-ma Holladay and G-ma Sweet and Aunt Joyce a thank you card this week.
That's great that you got all that work done on the floors. So now all that's left is the carpets right? What color of carpet did you get for downstairs? Is it a similar color as of old or did you get everything tan? No carpet downstairs, just upstairs.
This week, the missionary work has picked up. We've got a lot of appointments now. We've got some investigators now too. Oh, I found someone in the ward named John Sweet. I tried to get in contact with him to see if there was any connection. I heard from Elder Gleed that he left his family there, so I wasn't able to make contact. I'll ask Elder Pfost and Elder Johnson to see if they can find him for me.
For New Years eve we got permission to go up to Camden to watch the fireworks. The New Years firework show is far better than the July 4th firework show. They shot them off from a barge in the middle of the river. It was spectacular, but this time I forgot my camera. There were a lot of drunk people afterward, so we left. We didn't get to bed until like 2:15. Which is the latest I've ever gone to bed on my mission. Since we went to bed so late, we didn't wake up until 9. Which is the latest I've ever woken up on my mission. We didn't proselyte on New years eve or new years day. We were told to stay in on these days. We did have a few appointments with some members though so we still did some teaching.
Well thats all I can think of.