With a recent convert at our Christmas program. I refused to wear the make-up.
A fountain thing we drank out of while hiking in Jinhae
Pday in Miryang
I brought my robe? I'd forgotten!
This last week has been pretty slow. It is Chinese New Year, one of the biggest holidays here. During this time all the people have big family reunions, usually in Seoul, and they eat for three days straight. Visiting people and proselyting don't really work well so we cleaned the house thoroughly for a whole day and into the next. Thankfully today most people have returned and are back to work. We will need to get back in touch with the people we are working with this week so hopefully we can be fairly busy.
Have I talked to you about Edward yet? He is a Chinese man working here in Korea for a few years. We haven't been able to meet him much because he has been back in China with his family and then he had to scramble to meet a deadline at work. We met him a couple weeks ago but now he's back in China and he won't get back for a few weeks. However out of all our current investigators he has been the most prepared. He has a Chinese and an English copy of the Book of Mormon that he reads side-by-side to help him understand. He really wants to believe in God and the Plan of Salvation. He loves the idea of eternal families. Because of his culture he has a really hard time understanding some things and he's not sure that he can ever really believe in God. He's trying though. That's more than most people. He hates the ward here (he knows zero Korean) and is worried about making commitments that would be difficult to keep when he returns to China. He is in my prayers every night.
This morning I made a cake in a bowl in the toaster oven. It mostly worked. It sort of looks like a volcano because the bowl wasn't quite wide enough for that much batter and the outside cooked faster.
I'm still waiting for the computer that can send pictures but I will definitely do that soon. I might write some more but this is all I can think of for now.