This week has been pretty normal. Our new mission president arrived. Yesterday was another rough day. None of our investigators showed up to church. We went to pick them up but they were all "busy." Sometimes I just don't know what to do. When I'm trying to do everything right, everything goes wrong. It's just the part of missionary work. We don't have anyone lined up for this next month. I guess it's because of my pride. I have to appologize for my pride. This has really been a humbling experience. I just hope I've learned what I need to so that we can move on and we can start having more success.
Last Tuesday our district class consisted of Little Ceasars and a trip to the doctor.
Wednesday and Thursday weren't very exciting, but Friday we went to another city that is about an hour from Cordoba. It is part of our area. Well on the bus ride there, we sat down and I noticed a lady staring at my name badge. I got the impression to talk to her but the truth is, is that I just wanted to sleep so I shrugged it off. Well about 30 seconds later, She starts talking to one of the members that we brought with us that day. Turns out she had met and talked with the missionaries before but had lost contact because she moved. I started talking with her and gave her a Book of Mormon to read. She told she would read it and we set up another appointment for the next week. Just goes to show that you should ALWAYS follow the promptings of the Spirit.
On Saturday we were contacting and we knock on this one door and this lady comes out and sees our name badge and demands what we are doing. We tell her that we are missionaries and then she interrupts me and tells us in a very rude way that she was also a missionary and a member of her churches choir. She then points to the statue of the Virgin Mary and declares that she is catholic and the she didn't want anything to do with us and then rudely went back inside. It is pretty amazing how rude some people can be.
So today we went to paint a house of a member and then we left to see a waterfall.