Hey e'rybodddddddddyyy! So this week we went up to Budapest for interviews and Győr for zone training---and it has been confirmed. Hungary is getting iPads in August! As in our everything--areabooks, planners, everything---is going to be on the iPad. And we'll use Facebook and social media and stuff. I know, crazy, right? Super weird! I picture this going somewhat like the scene in "Night at the Museum" when Ben Stiller gives a lighter to the cavemen, but whatever haha. I mean, technology and missionary work? I don't know how to do this! What is this! ;)
Other than that, I'm doing well. Super stoked to go back on splits in Tatabánya this week and see some of my favorite members. Dohm Nővér and I are living on a steady diet of apples, rice, fagyi and humor, which makes everything better. We're currently in the process of changing "For the First Time in Forever" from Frozen to apply to recently returning sister mishes and just so you know---we think we're both hilarious #aloneandinhungaryprobs #cantstopwontstop
This week we discovered that bank in our Center Square has a giant glass case on the floor which you can see through to ANCIENT ROMAN RUINS below! It was super cool. Also, super distracting if you want to talk to the bank people about bank-y stuff---like what the what there is a hidden civilization beneath us! Why are we not talking about that instead of what kind of withdrawl I want to make??
We had a cool service project this week where we beautified a park, Hungary Place, and afterwards enjoyed fagyi and the glory of a job well done. I know why they have trobled teens do that kind of stuff, though, after I picked up cigarette butt number 6231 it didn't even matter that I was already pretty committed to the idea of never smoking--I will never ever smoke. Nasty!
Zone training was pretty cool this week because each of us went around the room and had to put in one sentence why we loved being a mish. It turned out to be a really powerful experience just having everybody put all the things I felt in my heart but had never felt like I could quite put into words say it all so simply, each one of us. It meant a lot to me, and reminded me how even though it's pretty hard sometimes, I love being a missionary. I love being able to pick up trash in a Hungarian park, to visit people in hospitals, to teach them English, to work with my hands and my heart---and most of all to teach and preach of Christ. It's kind of the absolute best.
Anyways, I love you aaaaaaalll! Alsoooo, fun fact, I found out my last mail check before my birthday is June 3rd---just throwing that information out there, tudod? ;) Keep rockin' it, everybody, love getting your emails!
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