This week was a great and a busy week. The highlight was the baptism of Randy. I had the opportunity to baptize him which was a blessing in itself. The baptismal service was incredibly spiritual as we were also able to hear the testimony of four sister missionaries from Temple Square who met him on a tour down there. Their testimony was so strong that now another investigator of ours who is preparing for baptism this week requested a visit with the sisters at Temple Square!
The non-missionary highlight came with our monthly ZLC. This time we were told to meet at the mission home at 6:30am for a mystery drive. We went to the Miller's vacation home in Kamas, spent 6 hours discussing the needs of the mission and the rest of the time doing some extreme sledding. I won't lie, for those 24 hours I didn't really feel like a missionary. It was a little strange to wake up the next morning and return to proselyting...but return we did.
The work continues to pick up in both of our stakes. There's hardly any time to think which is good since it keeps us busy and moving forward. All in all there are still no complaints. Good companion. Good zone. Good missionary work.