Seems like you've all had an exciting week! Steven and Sabrina, congratulations on your jobs! Sabrina, you will never be able to make (or deal with) a bad sandwich again, once you know how to make a good one, you're basically set for life. Kevin, you're piano picture's very cute. HI, Grandmas! :) We'll have to visit Park City for sure when I get back.
SO . . . I have a few stories to tell. It's pretty exciting. So this week we got a new Hermana, Sister Mertlich. She's a sweet girl and a wonderful teacher. She's being trained by Sister Jones, who just finished being trained. I get to go on exchanges with them on Sundays when my comps are at the Sites. While we were out tracting we met a lady who had a doggy guard (you know the fences people have at the top of the stairs to keep their toddlers from falling? that's what it was) and I accidentally knocked it over . . . oops . . . Sister Jones couldn't stop laughing while Hma. Mertlich and I attempted and failed to fix it. Then while Elder Wells called us for Key Indicators a bug flew down Hma. Jone's shirt and they couldn't find it until about 1.5 hours later after planning. This next part's the best. We were talking about different accents that we go into sometimes during different events of the day and we discussed the possibilities of tracting with accents. You'll never guess what they had me do, Steve. I tracked about five houses in the best Irish accent I could give. AND IT WORKED!! People would listen for about 10 seconds longer, and we got a return appointment with a JW! We had a good time, it was fun. Now Hma. Mertlich knows why I love tracting, because there to get a door slammed in your face and still have fun. :)