Things are going good here. Last week we had a great english class. We decided to change it up. It is an english conversation class, so what we do is just talk in english with people. Lots of the time nobody comes, so that stinks. But last week we decided to invite the Ls to help. Only T and J came. But also L came. We just played card games and goofed around for 2 hours. Normally it's one hour but we were having too much fun and no one wanted to leave. So we stayed. L. understood some of it, but we were talking really fast. Normally she understands more. Oh well, it helps her understand. So also we have some bad news about M. We just don't know what to do with him. He hit a road block. Oh well, so Saturday and Sunday there was singles ward so J. went to that. L wanted to but she had to work Saturday night. And T. didn't want to go. But we were at the Ls on Saturday. The parents knew we had blood sausage and thought it was good. But their kids had never had it. So we had it and most of their kids wouldn't even touch it. A. is 15, had a tiny bite and thought it was good but couldn't eat it. T. said it was good, but wouldn't buy it. Understandable. Then we watched the Joseph Smith movie. And somehow we had everyone watching it. (that family is hard to keep under control) and they really loved it. They had all seen it but still enjoyed it.
Also, we are meeting with a british woman this week. She is a catholic missionary. So that's something that only happens here in Neuötting. I love it here. Being a missionary is the best.
We get transfer calls this week. That will be interesting to see what happens. I hope I stay, but I don't know how likely that is. We are both really old missionaries and have been together 3 months and I've been here a while. I bet I go. But we'll see. It's always hard to leave right before christmas. The ward doesn't know you and it's not as cool.
And yes lederhosen are great. I'm going to wear them for Halloween next year, be Hanzel from Hanzel and Grettel.
I love you family