I can`t believe I`ve been in Japan for so long; it`s crazy. Not that I can speak the language or anything, but still.
So this week is transfer week, my first one in Japan. It`s funny how everything is up in the air and nobody is sure whether they are staying or not (except me, I`ve only been here one transfer and I am pretty sure they won`t transfer me; but we`ll see). Apparently they change P-day toduring transfer week, so our whole schedule gets kind of thrown off. We won`t find out until later who is transferring (my companion`s been in this area for three transfers so there is a decent likelyhood that he will be transferred).
But in the end it has worked out well because having P-day during a typhoon would be a little hard. Oh yeah, I forgot; yesterday I experienced my first typhoon. Way fun. Way boring. Because of the dangerous nature of typhoons we did not have much time to proselyte yesterday. So we went to the church and watched General Conference. It was great, but also a little disappointing that we couldn`t be doing missionary work. In the evening we had to go back home before the typhoon got too bad to travel outside (which it did almost immediately after entering our apartment). So we made some phone calls to different investigators and members and just studied some more. It was good to have the extra study time and fun to see a typhoon, but I definitely would not want it to happen very often.
This week we spent a ton of time contacting (which just means knocking on people's doors, talking to them on the streets, etc.) in an effort to get more investigators, or people to teach. We have a couple of really good people we are teaching, but we only see them once a week and that does not exactly fill up our time. So we are hoping to find some more people in the upcoming future.
Thanks for all your support. Love you all.