We were hungry, so we drove to the mall where we heard there was a Dairy Queen. Dairy Queens are not common out here in Cali. We both had gift cards. We stopped and talked with a couple guys at the mall who had previously met with missionaries. We got one of the guy's number and he may come to the Young Single Adult ward.
When we arrived at Dairy Queen, our cards wouldn't work. The old Asian lady that took our order did not know English well. She took FOREVER with our food. We were probably waiting there for 15 minutes. No joke and no one else was ordering. Yes, I was impatient, but we also had a lot more to do.
We had three more errands to run after we shopped: mail a package, drop off some pants and shirts at the Goodwill, and get a car wash. For some reason I could not make the right turns or I couldn't go the way I wanted or planned. Oh, the care wash and vacuum were lousy.
|St. Patrick's Day|
I have learned that meal planning is a really good idea. This week we made something called Aztec chicken in the crock pot. We got this recipe from Sister Floyd (our mission secretary) after she made this dish for MLC a while ago. The members still don't feed us much, so it's hard to get fat off of sandwiches, noodles and rice. But we are doing some meal planning ourselves and eating better. What kind of meals will you be planning this week?
We are getting a brand new 2016 Nissan Frontier truck tomorrow! The truck that I drove up in SLO is getting high in miles, so the mission is selling it. The SLO elders will get our truck and we get the
I have grown a lot spiritually, emotionally and mentally these last few months. This assignment has been really good for me and my confidence. Wow! Eighteen months down. Six months to go. Those 6 months will be gone before I know it. I will be sure to give all my heart, might, mind and strength to serving Christ and representing Him.
May the spirit be with you!
|Scenery coming back from Santa Maria|