Hello everyone, My week was awesome. So much going on.
There was a holiday on Tuesday (National Heros Day) George town was very quiet. Usually There are crazy buses fly through, but instead it was a nice calm day with occasional expensive cars driving through. The next day, we did some service for the " Browne's" They are such wonderful people. We helped them build a roof to over hang their yard. We mixed cement, cut beams, and hammered them into place. I was so burnt after that! My skin is doing better with the coco butter lotion I bought.
The senior couple came here for a fireside in George town. They taught our investigators and members how to use the footnotes. It was a very powerful meeting. Many people understood and enjoyed the meeting including our investigators.
The next day we Went to Chester and sat down at a members house playing board games & cards. eventually, Kids, teens, and adult showed up to play. It was so much fun! Sadly I don't have a picture of it.
The next day, we attended the relief society activity we were invited to, and when we left, We were asked by Bro. browne to mix some more concrete for him. So, two white guys in shirts and ties, mixed, and pour cement in the middle of the road. There were many people staring at us. One of them being a 17 year old. His name is "Mathew". Elder Tye went to go talk to him, and he said he has never seen white people work that hard before... haha. We taught Mathew that night with his friends, then he came to church, Then we taught him last night again, and now we have a solid baptismal date for him and his friend "Cameron". He is really solid, so we are praying for the best.
Nothing has changed for missionaries on St. Vincent except..... Elder Arzu (Who is from Honduras) is flying from Grenada to make Elder Tye and I into a TRIO!
So, that should be fun =D
I hope everyone back home is doing great.
I love and miss you all! Have a great week!