I could pretty much be a doctor now.
This week was a week.
Well we are down to the last 2 weeks of the greatest triapanionship ever.
Sister Kuang leaves Feb 1 for America. Sad.
1. Sister Eo fell off her bike in the rain.
2. It really scared her.
3. She went into shock and fainted in the elevator as we were about to reach our floor.
4. Which resulted in two screaming girls.
5. But then I calmed down, because Sister Kuang couldn't.
6. Called President.
7. Woke her up.
8. Went to the hospital.
9. All is well now, so don't worry.
Thanks girls camp, for teaching me what to do when someone goes into shock and faints. Now I realize why I had to learn all that stuff for 6 years in a row...
10. Remember Emily? Haven't talked about her in a while...
She's a 14 year old girl that we've been meeting with ever since I got to Tanzi.
She reminds me a lot of my younger self, which is kind of a weird experience, sometimes I just want to yell at her and say "NO, don't do that. That's stupid. Don't you see how that's not going to make you happy in the long run? Don't you see how much Heavenly Father loves you? Don't you see how great of a person you could become if you let him help you??"
But, you know, no yelling as missionaries.
SO, we work with her and teach her with love.
And this week, we set a baptismal date with her for February 20th!
She came to church last week, and again this week- she told us that she loved everything she learned! When we called her at night to see how church was, she was at a young woman's house from the ward, she told us she went there after church, and hadn't left since then!
Emily hasn't had the best friends as influences, and we are just so happy that she has found a friend in church who can help her stay on the right path :)
So that was great.
11. Fan Bi Er brought her kids to english class this week.
At the end, her 5 year old daughter wanted to give the prayer but she asked me to go up with her to help her.
So I went up crouched down to her level and started saying "Dear Heavenly Father"
I'm pretty sure I got up to "Heavnl-" when she started saying the prayer all by herself.
And it was a long one.
It was the most precious prayer I've ever heard a child say.
When I asked her " Who taught you how to pray like that?"
"Mommy taught me."
I wanted to cry.
(I think I did a little.)
It just makes me so happy to see how one person can influence the rest of her family for good. Her daughter and her son now have the opportunity to grow up in the church, to learn for themselves, and receive all the blessings that the Gospel of Jesus Christ gives us.
So- life is good.
Life is happy.
I think I'm gonna end it here today.
Enjoy the pictures.
Always, Sister Michelle Liu
Also, fun experience of the week:
You could climb on top of a semi-truck, at a stop light, in the wind and rain, in order to hand a man an English class flyer- only to find out the Elders already gave him one and that he's not that interested anyways.
I'm pretty sure he just wanted to watch me struggle.
Then, you could get stuck in the middle of the street when the light turned green try not to die as you crossed back over.