Sorry for the delay, all. I'll update you on our Circuit Assembly now!
The very moment we walked into the Kingdom Hall, Chris, Taby, and I all felt absolutely amazing! The Spirit of Jehovah was so strong, I swear we felt like we could fly. The Pioneer meeting was very, very good. It was honestly one of the best ones I remember. For more information, Chris and Taby have a good post on it on their blog. I have it linked on the side bar.
Anyway, moving on.
The next two days were very entertaining, as we broke it up between Mzungu brothers and local brothers. There were 3 couples from Japan serving in Mbarara as need greaters. They are all from the Chiba congregation, the very same one that I've been looking into to moving to! That's a lot of to's...Did that make sense? Looking into moving to? Maybe that's how you are supposed to say it...*shrug*
|Makoto and Satomi|
|It rained a lot the second day|
I had my own room in the hotel!! I've never had so much space! You see, I have a rather large family, so we usually bunk together in the Motorhome for the Conventions and Districts. This time, though, was awesome. I had my own bed, my own shower, my own bathroom, my own everything!
So, after leaving on the last day, we headed back home. On the way to Fort Portal again, we saw an Elephant! The only thing is, it was like a mile away. So we were a bit disappointed about the fact it was so far away. What happens next? About 5 mins later, we come across another Elephant, this time right next to the road! So Chris backed up and Taby whipped out her camera. I hopped out for a second and Taby took a picture, and eventually we made our way back on the road.
The rest of the trip home, we saw a few other things. A buffalo, (no big deal) some baboons, (no big deal) some Kob, (No big deal) an albino, (kinda sad) and some criminals. (Kinda awesome)
Now, I am getting ever close to my leave date. I have 3 weeks before I arrive home. Then it is save, save, save to prepare for Honduras. Nothing is holding me back from Honduras but money. So in 3 weeks the job hunting begins!
Thats about it for now, so I'll end it here. Please remember our brothers in Japan and Russia. They continue in our prayers.
Random dance time!
*Does a little dance*
You didn't dance, did you?
Ps. Great! I have 37 readers now, just 3 more and I'll bake cookies for everyone! Then I'll eat them because my readers are too spread out.