No one was really home this week. And so it begins. Khmer New Year. We spent a lot of our time calling to and biking to the homes of investigators, less-actives, recent converts,and even members. Unfortunately, most everyone has made their way back to their hometowns for New Year. And so Phnom Penh is a lot more quiet. Less traffic which is good ;)
On Wednesday, in the morning, we took one of our members to the mission home so she could talk to President about some of the problems she was having. She was a little nervous at first. President said he would talk to her one on on, because she knew a fair amount of English, and if he needed help, he would call us in.So we waited outside the door for a little while. On the bright side, it was transfer day, so I got to see Sister Brown and some of the Elders from my group! They all sound like they're doing super well. I was way pumped to see them.
On Thursday and Friday, Sister Sok got her teeth pulled and requested for me to stay inside with her while her companion and my companion went out to proselyte. Sister Sok is sick a lot,so Sister Clark doesn't get to proselyte as much. So Sister Sok just wanted to give her companion that opportunity. We got the OK from Zone leaders so I just stayed inside and did paperwork and studied for a long time. On Friday,we also had zone training and learned a lot about going out and contacting and looking for as many people to teach as possible.
And then on Saturday, Sister Soem and I were getting ready in the morning to go watch General Conference with our ward. We thought we were all going to watch it in Khmer together. But when we got there, we saw all the missionaries from South and East zone. Turns out we were watching it in English together and then the natives and members were watching it in Khmer! What a blessing. Other than that,not much happened this week. And this week will be even more quiet. Will update you all.
Conference was awesome and I definitely felt love from the Prophet and Apostles. I lvoe you all and hope you have a fun and safe week!