Okay so this week...New Year's Eve and New Years!!
New Year's Eve was pretty fun. We did work like normal and then at 5, we were supposed to stop proselyting. We went to a member's house to eat dinner that night. They took us out to a Chinese restaurant. We went to a little Chinese buffet called Le Pousse-Pousse. We ate tons of Chinese food. And they had some cuisse de grenouille. Frog legs. So I decided to try them...and let's just say that I'm not too big of a fan of grenouille. It wasn't bad. But it was very much...like eating meat-flavored rubber...ha.
New Year's Day was basically the same as Christmas: we spent all day at a member's house. We went to the famille Louima's house. They are Haitian, so I got to try some awesome Haitian cuisine. It's pretty good stuff! :) very strong in spices, especially cloves.
So as far as work goes, Elder Kendall and I go finding every day, still looking for new people to teach. It's pretty tough, but the Lord blesses us. Just yesterday we went contacting before church and met a guy who wants to learn more. We're pretty excited. We have a rendez-vous with him on Wednesday!!
With the reference from the Lyon mission, we were able to have one rendez-vous with him and that's it so far. He's pretty golden. He wasn't able to come to church this week, but he told us he'll be there next week, so we're definitely praying for that!
I'm doing better. My ear infection has healed and I'm not so stuffed up anymore. Elder Kendall isn't sick either. :) His chicken pox are done for good.
Today for P-day we went to a cemetery. :) I got to see the grave of the famous Francis Chopin. It was...pretty lively ;)
Well, I love you all! Hope all goes well with the sewing machine.
-Elder B. Stanton Wilson
Here's me at the Eiffel Tower!! :)