Monday, January 9, 2017

Week 2 - Krakow

Hey y'all!

How's it going?  Hope everyone is doing well.  This week has been pretty good.  Poland is awesome. 

We are outside quite a bit doing tracting and stuff, but luckily we have 3 new investigators that we are teaching lessons to, so we don't have to be out in the cold as much as we otherwise would have. 

One of them is named T.  She is progressing well and has a batismal date on the 28th.   We have high hopes that she will make it. 

Then we have D.  D a pretty cool guy that we have been teaching.  I'm not sure exactly when his baptismal date is, but we are working hard to help him out so he can make it.  We have high hopes for him as well. 

Then we have A.  We found her this week as a result of English class and have had one lesson with her with a couple more scheduled for this week.  She is Catholic and promised to read the Book of Mormon, so it sounds good so far.  So things are going well.  We are definitely busy and plan on staying that way. 

I can't believe that it has already been almost two weeks here in Poland.  Time is continuing to fly by.  Our district gets a long super well and stuff. The senior couple feeds us every Sunday with some members and stuff, and that's good. We make spaghetti and chicken and rice and kajobasa and pierogi.  It's pretty good.  I don't really know how to describe our apartment because I've never lived in one before.  It's nice I guess. 

Starszy Pettit has been in Poland for almost 5 months now.  His Polish is pretty impressive. 

On Wednesday, we were sweeping snow (they use brooms here for the most part apparently.  I bet you can imagine how well that goes) and I was using a broken broom.  Events transpired, and it ended up slicing part of my hand open.  We went to the doctor and they cleaned it out and stuff.  I was worried I might need some stitches or something, but it has sealed up nice and is healing good, so that's a good sign. 

But stuff is definitely going well over here.  Hope things are going well back at home too.  I love you all, and hope you have a great week!
Elder Hadfield
Elder Pettit and Elder Hadfield

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