So, it was a really good and long week this last week. As you all know, transfer calls were this morning and like I do with just about every other thing in my life I was stressing out about them, haha. I did not know what to expect and really anything could have happened. We really thought that Elder Olsen was going to be leaving and that I would be staying, however, I had no clue who I was going to be getting and had the thought that I could possibly be training ( I really wanted to train but knew it was in the Lord's hands at what I would be doing). A few nights ago, I had a really strange dream that I would be returning to Győr and that I would not be training but that I would be doing something else. I did not really think anything of it and told Elder Olsen about it and we laughed a little bit. I really had no clue what was going to happen but was like 95 % sure that I would be staying. Last night I was super excited and did not sleep much. If you are going to be going into a leadership position (training, zone leader, assistant, etc.) you get a call from president early in the morning. If it is just a regular transfer call, it is from the assistants at about 8:30-9:30. So needless to say this morning I was pretty anxious. I worked out hard this morning, showered and waited anxiously for the call. I went to go throw in my clothes in the washer and I hear Elder Olsen yell, "it is President!" I was flipping out and thought for sure that I would be training. Elder Olsen talks to him first and then gives the phone over to me. I ask him how he is doing, etc. and then he says something about Győr. I thought for sure I misunderstood him and thought Győr was a Hungarian word that I did not know. He then switched over to English and told me that I would be going back to Győr and would be serving with Elder Ure there as ZONE LEADER!!! I was literally speechless. I called Elder Ure right away and totally flipped out! I just walked around for like 10 minutes just thinking it over. I am so excited and am very humbled at the call; it makes me want to work even harder. I am sad to be leaving Pécs but know that this is what I need to be doing and that people in Győr are ready for the Gospel. I am still in a bit of shock, however, haha. Anyway, I will do a quick recap on the highlights of the week. I had liver and pasta at a member's home for my birthday (it was super good). We only were able to get 3 member present lessons this week but we got let in like 4 or 5 times which was cool. The primary program was on my birthday and the kids did a really good job. I will keep working hard and serving as hard as I possibly can! I love you all so much and hope that you all have a great week!
Service Project - Making Candles
Pécs Christmas Square