Korean children are ADORABLE.
Last monday, after Pday finished, Elder Hansen and I went to a city to visit a potential investigator that lives pretty far away. On the way home a cute dog ran past us, so Elder Hansen whistled to it and it started following us! It was SO cute. It made me want a dog all over again. He was following us, and we were making all sorts of plans to keep him in the bathroom and name him Toto and live with him forever and ever. And then he ran into the road and got ran over by a car. That was a rather horrible experience. We walked home with heavy hearts and a hope that one day we would see Toto once again after this life.
|Fans made by Brother Choi, who has been an eternal investigator |
for over 9 years now. He needs to be baptized.
Anyway, it was a great week! Brother Kim is progressing awesomely. We were teaching him about how to recognize answers from God, and he brought up that he wants to know how to repent. Not because he committed any disastrous sin or anything, but because he felt like it's the right thing to do. He has really no idea what repentance is, but something made him feel that repentance is important. That makes me so grateful for prepared people and for the Holy Ghost that prompts us to do the right thing. Brother Kim is doing great, and he's doing super great with the Word of Wisdom. When he told us that he chews gum to help with the desire to smoke, we gave him every pack of gum we have in the house. He's awesome. :)
All the gum we could find for Brother Kim.
One of our Sisters' investigator is SUPER nice. Almost weirdly nice. She's 50ish, and she has a baptismal date for the end of April. But, she's kind of adopted the 4 of us Elders as her sons. She sent us home with a couple of meals, water bottles, MMA shirts and shorts, socks, and... boxers. That was a little awkward.
|(MMA = Mixed Martial Arts)|
Korea is awesome! I love you all!
Love, Elder Edwards