We had a pretty epic P-day today. We ventured over to Tom Brown Park to do some mountain biking. We've done it before, and it's super fun, even though I have to do it on my mission bike. I look like a clown riding on that bike that was made for a missionary about half my size. But it's still super fun. We got a touch lost, so we ended up making about a seven-mile loop, but it was still super legit.
We got a new investigator this week, and he's actually somewhat famous in these parts. His name is Drake Anderson, and he actually plays Chief Osceola, the FSU mascot who comes into the stadium and throws the spear into the ground. He was a referral from a member. We are also going to be working with a less-active member this week who apparently played Jesus is one of the old church videos, so we're going to see if he has it and watch it with him. And then we have LaiTaras, of course. That's pretty much our teaching pool right now. We're having a lot of fun. And Elder Burnett and I are learning a lot better how to work with each other and be patient with one another, so we've made a lot of progress.
I've been trying something new that I really like that's super simple but makes a big difference. Every night when i write in my journal I write down five new things that I'm grateful for.
Yeah, I'm sorry that I don't really have much to say this week. We've just been in the office. Doing boring but important stuff. Elder Burnett is editing away on the other computer, so I usually just have to search for ways to fill my time effectively. That includes writing essays about the best way to do missionary work using social media, organizing missionary choirs, logging all of our potentials in our area book into a digital form, eating some peanut butter M&Ms here and there. The supply closet is all organized, so that doesn't occupy my time too much anymore. If you can't tell, I'm kind of disillusioned with office work just about now. It's time for me to get back out proselyting full time. At least I want it to be time. I want to teach. In Portuguese, preferably.
Hope everything is going well. Thanks for all of your pictures and kind notes.