This week was a little interesting because we weren't able to meet with a lot of our investigators. We meet with John however, and we had some great lessons with him. We decided to move his baptismal date to the 10th of December. He is having a hard time getting to Church as well as wants to really understand our Church. We will see how it goes with him.
Interesting story this week. On Tuesday we were out contacting people on the street. We came across a guy who was stumbling around on the street by the Bus Station. We could tell that he was pretty drunk. Well he stumbles around enough that he falls down and hits is back on the street curb. We looked around and saw that no one was with him so we decide to run over and check up on him. He was on the ground and he seemed pretty out of it. We asked him if he was all right and he didn't respond. We were afraid that he had broken his back and was paralyzed. But also he seemed to be chocking on his tongue... So we didn't know if we were supposed to move him or not. I also thought, "What is the emergency number for Sweden!?" Well luckily another bystander was already calling an ambulance. Then a bunch of other people came to help us and we stayed with him till the ambulance arrived. He hadn't broken his back because he started kicking his feet around. I had to help by holding his feet down. The ambulance came and took him away, and we just went on with our regular proselyting. It was quite an experience. But I am glad that he was alright.
This week we had District meeting in Skellefteå which was pretty fun. We had the Zone Leaders and President and Sister Beckstrand with us. It was a party in Skellefteå. We then went to lunch with the Beckstrand’s! They are awesome. It was such a good time. We then went out to some members who lived way out in the middle of the woods. That was fun.
Well it's begun. Last night it snowed. It was just a little and it didn't stick. But it was still pretty terrifying. Next week it is supposed to start snowing a lot more. Well that is about it for me. Much Love!
Swedish Word of the Week:
"Ring en Ambulans!"- Call an Ambulance!