This week was pretty good. Everyone is going to miss out on a longer email since I won't be writing much considering the fact that I will be skyping the family this week.
We had a cool experience with giving someone a blessing this week. She had a bad fall and broke her leg so she's been at a rehab center for a couple of weeks. Her step-mother is a member of the church and told her that she should get a blessing. Well, she took her up on that offer and that's where we came in. She is a really nice, talkative lady. To make a pretty long story short I gave her the blessing and we talked afterwards about God and religion and she said she would like missionaries to come by, she doesn't live in our area though, like usual. But as usual, that's alright.
We also shoveled some driveways for people when it was freezing cold. It was so cold this week that they canceled church, what made it even worse is that we had to stay in unless we had an appointment and a ride to get there, which we didn't so we literally just stayed inside for about 8 hours straight on Sunday. Most boring day of my mission by far. We tried to stay effective but there's only so much you can do in Area Book and on the phone. We tried though.
Yeah, that's about it for this week. Not the most interesting week, no one's out because they don't want to live here because it's so cold. But they live here anyways. Not sure why but they're here. Anyways, have a great Christmas everyone! I know that the Savior lives and that this season is meant to keep Him in our thoughts, always remember him in everything that you do and thank our Father in Heaven for the matchless gift of His Son. I love you all and hope you have a great Christmas week.
- Elder Eddenfield