On Wednesday we were knocking doors and there was this guy who answered at one point. His name was Carl, but with the way they pronounce it here, Zr Kimmons thought he said "Cuddle" and then after as we were walking around on the street below, we caught him looking out his window every time and it was just awkward as ever. haha We also were biking by the centrum about 30 minutes later and he biked past us! We died laughing. It was hilarious. Maybe you had to have been there.
There's just so much to tell and my mind isn't very organized today.
I've really enjoyed transfers on my mission because each one is an opportunity to look back at what exactly I've learned and the progress I've made. I definitely feel like I'm more confident in my Dutch and in my teaching skills. I'm learning a lot about humility, true faith, and charity. And so much more. I love being a missionary!
The sweetest experiences are the ones where people open up and we as a companionship are given the opportunity to just bear pure testimony about the cleansing, empowering impact of the atonement. It's so cool.
We had some super cool lessons this week with multiple investigators where we were all just able to be so open and honest with one another and it felt so good :) Zuster Kimmons is so good at showing love to people and just being genuine. I'm grateful for her. We're being so blessed right now with people who are really seeking for the gospel. Groningen is WONDROUS.
My brain isn't working I'm just sorry
Promise this week was amazing, I just am running out of time and I don't know how to compile this all into one letter.
I love you all!