Well, this one will be quick.
|Go Young Ook and Elder Mortensen|
Wednesday PJ Rogers came and spoke to us. That went for quite a while. We came back, held English class. Yipee. I love teaching 6 people that aren't the best at English by myself. It's wonderful, I love it.
Thursday we had service. There I fried shrimp, and whole fishes (literally the whole fish. ) It was a pretty fun time. After, we met Own Say Hoe 온새호. He is a less active, has been so for the past 5 years. We randomly met while streetboarding. So we went and sat with him. We had a weird chat. It went from how he found the church to teaching me ways to flip people off in Korea, then back to if he reads the Book of Mormon or prays, to telling Elder Jung random slang that Elder Jung's never heard of. It was very weird, all-over-the-place conversation, but it boiled down to the fact that since he works construction, doesn't have a family, and doesn't really have a close friend in the church, he quit coming. Poor guy. But it was a fun chat. Hopefully we can help him
Friday we met Go Young Ook, my friend from Gangneung. He is studying in Seoul, so we've met up once or twice. Had a good chat with him. Glad to see a happy/familiar face right now. After meeting and eating with him, we went and got rejected some more on the street.
Saturday we had MCM, then English class... More of the same old. Then went and got stood up by yet another person. Honestly, that was my breaking point. After he stood us up, I just kinda checked out for the night. I'm so tired of getting nothing more than a handshake "I'm busy" and people running away. Or people acting as if we don't even exist, we're just not even there. So we just walked over to the river and took a minute to clear the mind. That's one thing Elder Jung is good for, a good friend for these kind of things...
Sunday we had church, which resulted in us going to pick up a member that got lost (85 years old, lives alone, has a memory issue). So we ran to the police station, walked with her back to the church just in time to hear the talks. After that we went and got rejected some more on the street, then prepared for family night. We had a big ward potluck/Thanksgiving night. Weirdest Thanksgiving you'll ever see... Fried sweet potatoes, sushi, kim pap, curry, and chicken. But hey, it was fun. We got about 20-23 members out, from a 60 member ward. Pretty good turn out, especially when the entire bishopric didn't show up. We had dinner, a little Thanksgiving activity, then played games "pig pig" and "spoons". Pretty fun games.
Well, that was my week. Nothing much at all happening right now.
Love you all,