This week I want to finish the narrative I started last week. …So, continuing on the choir description, after the Islander's Christmas, came;
11.) Joy to the world with the choir. That was an awesome one.
12.) Oh holy night sang by a young married couple, they nailed it.
13.) Go tell it on the mountain (The pentatonic group and I, that was a lot of fun)
14.) And for the grand finale, Silent night. It was great.
As for Christmas itself, it was quiet, and that was nice. We had a nice, little dinner with the branch President and his family, and a few other members of the branch. Fireworks started at midnight, and are always impossible to sleep through, and New Year’s eve was about the same. And ever since then, it's been all missionary work. Elder Sosa's really fun to go out and work with, though he's what many would consider a difficult companion. He's got a strong personality, which has its ups and downs. I admire him for his bravery in being to be able to tell anyone what they need to do and how they need to do it to improve their lifestyles (quit smoking, get married, go to church, etc.). It results in a lot of lively lessons with investigators, but it's great! They get it!
That's about all I've got for this week. This next Saturday will be transfers so I'll probably be headed out. As for that, I'm excited, and news will follow this next week. I love you all! Have a great week, and I'll be praying for you!