It has been a very busy week at the Beehive house and Temple Square in general. Yesterday we took a fun tour from England and the Netherlands. I enjoyed their accents and they were very interested in our beliefs and history, but not in applying it to their lives.
Hope everyone had a great Memorial Day! We didn't do anything to celebrate. The tourists still come on holidays. I did wear red, white, and blue for the occasion though.
Hai Xin is an exchange student from China that we have been teaching. She will be baptized on June 1st! Also, Emrey, a girl that Sister Humble and I taught last fall got baptized while I was baptized! It was great to hear that as well as many other miracle stories of those I taught before I went to Idaho.
Only 2 pictures this week. We have no time to take pictures. The black thing on my ankle is a brace thing. That one leg fell in a post hole on a farm a couple days before I returned to SLC. So it is healing. The fall was funny because my entire right leg fell into the hole, I didn't touch the bottom of the hole so yeah.
Serving in the Beehive house is great. It is just a matter of getting the history right and studying the right material so that way we aren't teaching lies.