This week was probably the most uneventful of my mission. Seems as though everyone we are teaching was gone, and everyone we tracted into was either gone or frankly uninterested. So... no cool stories.
Though, I DID learn how to tie a noose. I guess that can be qualified as super exciting.
I also realized I hit my halfway mark. SO Sister Jones and Sister Bartell coerced me into taking a halfway there picture. I tried to use no missionary stereotypes and instead tried to use Wisconsin ones. See below.
Last week we went to the Green Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. Coolest ever? I think so. We weren't sure what it was, so we just headed over. Pretty much got to see all the birds I'd never seen but had wanted to see in my life! And a coyote. And other assorted animals. Pretty awesome. ;)
We also had a fireside. It went well.
Sister Bartell's birthday was last week as well, so we had a bit of a party for her. :) She is a good sport.
That's it I think.
Oh wait, I had an interesting experience the other day. We were sitting around the kitchen table, talking about forms of transportation (Sister Jones, Sister Bartell, and I) and Sister Jones mentioned something about teleportation. I began: "Oh yeah! Like in Harry Potter where they-" ***
And I realized that a bit of Harry Potter trivia wasn't there.
"What's that called?" I asked Sister Jones. "In Harry Potter? The instant transport spell thing?" She frowned. "I don't remember."
"But it's... I..." my eyes widened. "I don't remember either." We gave each other horrified looks.
A few minutes passed in desperate silence.
The mission is taking it's toll. ;)
(Note: a few minutes later I remembered it was "apparation", so don't judge me too heavily. I had to dust off a few things in my brain to pull out the word.)