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Okay. that was fun. I think my thai typing skills are slowly improving. haha just kidding. They're still pretty bad! But hey look at that! That's thai! I can read and write those little ramen noodles! haha.
I apologize if there's a bunch of typos so when google tries to translate it it will fail! So have fun understanding that! haha.
I was thinking about doing the entire email in thai, but then I started to feel guilty because nobody would understand my email. So I stopped. :) Your welcome.
This week was way great. I'm gaining weight. So you probably know what I'm referring to. I'm eating a lot. - Hey Sky, you know what I'm talking about, I have been living your advice! I'm not only just eating a lot, I eating a lot of Thai food, which is was delicious. Unlike any food in the world. And not only just eating a lot, eating a lot, often. :) That's the trick to gaining weight. Eat a lot, often. I'm also learning at the hands of a master how to make these delicious delicacies. Elder Sukhan is 100 percent Thai, but he was born and raised in Utah, but he can still cook like a boss. So for example, yesterday we made a vegetable chicken stirfry (not exactly thai, but way good) and some mango sticky rice!!!! The ultimate dessert! We figured out how to make it! It is so good that I almost ate it for breakfast this morning! So you're all gonna love my new amateur cooking skills when I get back. :)
Okay enough about my food. Well not actually. I think my new favorite food is a food called ส้มตำ or a papaya salad! So good! The best part is it is really, really, really, spicy. As in like one of the spiciest dishes in creation. But you can order it according to the level of spicy you want. It's so good! Spicy food is a trademark of Thailand and I think when I get back I'll be 100 percent immune to spicy food in America. because nothing I have ever eaten compares to spicy Thai food. The only bad thing about this food is it gives you ท้องเสีย. So that's not too fun. But it's just life in Thailand.
In other words, or more important words. We had a really cool week this week. We found a way cool investigator who asked if he could bring his wife, then the second day he brought his daughter too, then they brought a friend to church as well!
We also saw one of the biggest leaps of faith I've ever seen on the part of an investigator to put all of her trust in the Lord and be baptized, no matter the consequences or the trials it will bring into her life. I am so proud of her.
Last week's baptisms. Sister Jane and Jan.
Beautiful cloud that I just had to take a pic.
This guy up in a tree cutting it down in the middle of a torrential torrent of rain and lightning.
Elder Sukhan and I found 67 snails while we were waiting for an appointment. When it rains all the people go in and all the snails come out.
Sister Nun got baptized yesterday. Such a special day!