My transfer news? Well let me tell ya. I am going to a place called Bokrom in Kumasi where I will train and be the district leader. Three new experiences right there: training, whitewashing an area, and district leader. I will really miss this zone, the district, and the branch that I served in. I have come to love them all very much. I took a ton of pictures with everyone!
Hey thank you for the updates and the pictures! Well the anticipated news you have been waiting for is that I am in Buokrom Kumasi. I like it so far. The ward is awesome and the bishop is fantastic and really powerful and devoted. The members and nice and likewise powerful. My new companion is called Elder Cameron. He is from Salt Lake City Utah more specifically Sugar House. He is really powerful and I think this next two transfers will go well.
This past week has been really fun. We have been exploring our area and each day since Elder Cameron has been in Ghana we have had some interaction with a drunk man. The first was when We went out to by something and a man started to talk with us. He was obviously drunk out of his mind! At one point he picked up a stone and held it in his hand and said "This stone is dirty. I need to wash it. I am dirty so you need to wash me!" That was his first day! The next day being saturday we were out and on the side of the road was a drunk man urinating. He whipped it out started his thing and then began stumbling towards us. He passed right between us almost spraying our legs with his bodily fluids. Then on Sunday we were at church and the sacrament hall has a door right to the outside. We were in priesthood and all of a sudden a drunk man comes to the door and begins talking to me and introducing himself. He then proceeeded to shout very insulting Twi words at me and so the bishop and a couple others escorted him outside. Powerful!Anyways I love you all so much and wish you the best! Will send pictures next week!
I miss obuasi small small. Buokrom is nice though. I bought some paintings and a mask today. Unfortunately I completely forgot the stuff I was going to send home today but hopefully next week.Training is not easy nor is being a district leader at the same time. It is fun though and is teaching me a lot. I bought a knife for the drunkards. Don't want any wahala for my side...