It's the end of the transfer already!! These past six weeks have flown by, especially this last week, because we were super busy! We taught a lot of lessons, we had several service projects, we had skills and interviews, and we went on exchanges with our Sister Training Leaders.
We had a really cool lesson this week with our investigators who are deaf. We've been struggling to figure out a way to teach the Plan of Salvation simply, but this week, we were finally able to make it through the entire plan while teaching it simply so they can understand. It was so amazing! At the end, we invited them both to be baptized, and they both accepted the invitation. It was such a powerful lesson!
Exchanges this week were super fun! Sister Hunter stayed in Brockville with Hermana Mousley, and I went to Oshawa with Hermana Smith. We had such a busy day, but it was so much fun. We pulled some weeds for an elderly lady in their ward, we talked with some really neat people, and we taught some lessons to some really amazing people. I learned so much from Hermana Smith! The hard part about exchanges in Brockville is our Sister Training leaders live over three hours away from our area, so we spend a lot of the exchange driving. I think we spent almost eight hours in the car in two days! :)
I had my first Skills and Interviews yesterday. Skills and Interviews is a zone activity where a couple of the companionships do instructions and you also get interviewed by the mission president and his wife. Sister Hunter and I gave one of the instructions on setting people with baptismal dates. It was really cool, and we learned a lot from the other missionaries.