|Winter is coming|
That night, my comp started getting another migraine that carried on into the next morning. They usually last for only a couple of hours, but this one was a doozy. I called president and he is going to check with the mission nurse to see what else can be done. In the meantime, house arrest... I mean house resting, yes resting in the house.
Then we find out my comp also has a stomach virus on top of his migraine. Which means, yes, house.
Our water keeps being turned on and off - I don't know why.
|Don't judge me. |
I didn't have a recipe or milk, but it tasted delicious!
Is this whole stay inside-thing (due to comp ailments) supposed to be some sort of prep for post-mission life? Because I am supposed to go to med school? Get patience? Learn to study? Be a gospel guru? Bake better? Write better? Memorize things? The possibilities are endless and at the same time hugely limited because I am INSIDE.
OK, I'm caving, can you send me yoga instructions? No me importa! what others will think. At least this would provide some exercise and a little stress relief. I'll call it broga.
Despite being cooped up, I managed to go on some exchanges and find a couple of seemingly golden families to teach. And members have been a tad better about giving us referrals - especially when we ask them for names of inactive members. The plan is to visit the less-actives to re-introduce them to the Light of Christ, and let them know they have friends in the church.
I may be cooped-up inside, but God can turn any experience into something worthwhile. Something positive is going to come of this. I know it.
Pray for my companion. Pray for our area.
Love You, and Stay Healthy, Friends,
Elder Connor Nef