Well turns out that when you get doubled in, you do a LOT of tracting. As such, I don't have as many interesting stories for you all this week. But I did learn something new this week: it can precipitate slush. Not snow, not rain, but slush. It’s weird stuff. Makes driving a pain though. I've stopped counting the number of times we have gotten stuck thus far. Makes it easier. But our appeals have gone through! We get a Subaru Legacy Wednesday when we go to a meeting in Ephrata (another zone conference!) so hopefully that puts a stop to that.
Also yesterday in Spanish Group Sacrament meeting, I accompanied one of the Hermanas (sister missionaries) and a member yesterday on the piano, with a grand total of 2 hours to prepare for it. I am now very thankful for all the sight reading I did in High School. So band kids, listen up: sight reading actually matters. So enjoy it.
Other than that the only other interesting part of this week was Taco Tuesday at Cafe Rio in Wenatchee after a zone training meeting. It was nice having a little taste of home again.
And with that, this week's quote comes in 2 parts. Pre snow storm the sign said:
"In case it snows, we have sleds."
A few days and one snow storm later:
"It did snow. We have sleds."
Stay awesome everyone! Until next week!