Giant rocks and service.

So last pday we went an saw a giant rock. Kinda cool, but other then that this week involved a ton of service. WE mowed at least 3 lawns, some not so small lawns, and kept fixing our apartment up, and then trying to keep on visit some formers and less active members.  We got to talk to some of them, and while they were all very nice to us they told us they were not interested at all unfortunately. Kinda hard, but its all we can do to keep on going day by day and trying to help at least one person come unto christ.  Visited with some members,  trying to help them do missionary work,  a good cumber of them are elderly and do not get out much to do anything, including share the gospel.  But we will keep on doing what we are able with the last week of the transfer.  Wednesday we were able to go and help with a sacrament meeting at the Retirement Home, that was nice.  About 18 people were actually there, it was great.  I blessed the sacrament and elder strong gave a talk on the Priesthood.      Well, gotta go, but i love you all.  Have a great week! Hope everyone has some great plans for the summer.

Loves,

Elder Hanks

Jokes:

Q: What has more lives than a cat?
A: A frog. It croaks every night.
Q: Did you hear about the kidnapping at school?
A: It’s okay. He woke up.

Q: What did the math book say to its therapist?
A: I’ve got a lot of problems.

Q: What’s red and smells like blue paint?
A: Red paint.

Q: What do you call a sheep without legs and a head? A: A cloud.

Q: What does a clam do on its birthday?
A: Shellabrate

Scripture: This week i really enjoyed President Eyrings talk entitled
“Gathering the Family of God” from the Saturday Morning session.  Very heartwarming and thought provoking.
PICs: Me and other missionaries, the giant rock- that is an elder standing under part of it, a snake in the river in Napanee, if you can see it it was cool, and me with a bubble face i figured out how to change the type of picture on my camera, its fun to see!
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