Wow! It sounds like a crazy week with Jr. Miss and all. That's cool that they tore down the grain silo?! Dang, that would be cool to see! Why was my football cleat in the Jr. Miss? It doesn't make sense-haha! Hopefully, everything goes will with the lady at your work! This week was alright. It rained a couple of times, so there wasn't a whole lot of people to contact this week at Walmart! haha. We decided to go into Baskin Robbins because I was freakin' hungry and there was just one worker in there and no one else-probably because it was raining. We started talking with the worker and we found out that she has a less-active boyfriend in the other ward and she kinda talked with missionaries before and so we talked to her for about 45 minutes and told her she should become a missionary. She said "no" because her grandma would have a heart attack since she is Catholic! It was a good conversation and the Sisters are going to see if they can try to teach her! Well, the guy from Walmart that I told you about last week, his name is A. Falcon and he has 3 kids and it was a good meeting getting to know them. Basically, he wants his kids to be involved with activity's and develop a faith or foundation in Christ. So, it seems promising.
Dad, you mentioned the lesson you had in Priesthood/Relief Society meeting. I've had people come and bring that up. We basically tell people that families are ordained of god and that a man and a woman are ordained of God and that same sex marriage goes against God's plan and destroys or hinders that plan. It's definitely an interesting topic to talk about-especially on the streets. In California people come up to us sometimes and bring that subject up and then get pretty mad. Our mission president has showed us the website in Zone Conference a while back.
Other than that, the week was pretty slow. We basically have been going through the less active list to try to find people to teach, so hopefully, we can find some people to teach so we can do better on lessons! It sounds like things are going well and hopefully, they continue. Love ya!