Last Monday we spent literally the entire day putting together a closet that a member bought. It was really frustrating watching three people fiddle around with the instructions for the first 2 hours, so eventually I kindly and respectfully took over. I took the instructions, analyzed them, and put people to work. It went sooo much faster with someone, me, actually understanding the plans. Dad would have been proud. Honestly, I enjoyed putting the closet together. If I could provide for my family putting together a closet with set instructions every day, that would be fun. It still took all day.
So Wednesday we had a zone meeting, requiring us to leave Yopal at 9 in the night on Tuesday. We left, arrived in Bogotá at 4 AM, had the zone meeting, ate, and then got on a bus to go back to Aguazul. We arrived in Aguazul at midnight to a huge storm. My bed got wet again.... Two nights on the bus again. I don´t mind it, but I would prefer to not have to do it. Bogotá was good though.
Thursday till Sunday we did normal work. The investigators are fine. It is a bit frustrating without having any truly progressing investigators as of right now, but we are still doing good work. One good thing is that we sought out a less active this member week, Dillan Ricardo Niño, and got him excited to come back to church. He is cool and has 15 years. I am excited to rekindle his testimony.
Paola is fine. She didn´t accept our invitation to be baptized. She practically told me that she completely believes what we teach, Book of Mormon, etc., but doesn´t think it is necessary to get baptized again. We have work to do with her. She is good though. Plus, her tiny little daughter of 5 years loves me. Literally. haha