(No photos this week, so he suggested a baby pic. Done.)
I wish I had more things to update with but nothing really happening and that's probably what being a missionary would be like in Laguna Niguel if Laguna Niguel was a bunch of grumpy Norwegian ladies. But sånn er det.
It hasn't stopped raining in Tromsø for two weeks and that is kind of weird because it hasn't started raining in Southern California for as long as I've been alive. A nice change of pace, but at the same time it is cold and it's only September. It gets to like 3-5 Celsius in the night and early morning. But just because it hasn't stopped raining doesn't mean we stop. We pushed the fisherman to church in the rain, on the way there it was just mist but on the way back you know it was raining. A lot of time here is mostly just fellowshipping and talking to our few members, it's fun but only so much you can do.
My norsk is getting a little better and I work on it every day, I'm always asking Eldste Gingrich for tips.
Our one investigator got dropped before we could even meet with him.
We bought a flood light last week so we don't have to study in the dark anymore, so that's good.
We eat these things called kebabs that are so good! They're a street food that not too good on your stomach but they taste sooooooo good. Every missionary in Norway knows about them, but other than that we make our own meals. And we eat lots of ice cream called Softis. Oh Norwegian ice cream and chocolate is the best. I think it's because their cows aren't genetically engineered.
Love ya have a good one.