Last P-day we were able to go to the Vasa museum. The Vasa was a Swedish ship that was built by the King of Sweden. The Vasa ship capsized and sank in Stockholm 1628. After 333 years on the sea bed the warship was salvaged. Today Vasa is the world's only preserved 17th century ship and the most visited museum in Scandinavia. It was super cool. Kind of sad because the ship sank on its maiden voyage. But the ship was super cool. It's super big and super pretty. We got to go with a couple other missionaries and we had a fun time.
Stockholm is pretty fun to be a missionary because we have a Black SL access card. Which means we get to travel all over Stockholm. We can take Bus, Tunnelbana, boat, you name it. So we can just get around the whole city. It's fun because we will just come across a new place every day. We will sometimes just take a random train and talk to people on it. Then we will get off the train and see where we are and then talk to people there. We have been able to find some new people that way that have been pretty positive.
I have really enjoyed teaching our investigators. You can really see when you are teaching with the power of the Holy Ghost when you yourself learn something new from what you are teaching. That happens all the time and it is super cool.
I am sad to hear that the accident is still giving you all pain. Honestly, it's amazing how there isn't more broken bones. However, I know how even the seat belts can hurt a lot. My last companion said that he was in an accident where they rear ended another car and he said he was sore from the seat belt for a long time. So I hope that you will all feel better soon! Hopefully you will get the package that I sent soon and that will make you feel better!
Swedish Word of the Week:
Lägenhet - Apartment