So I'll just outline how that all went down.
-We get on a bus at about 11:30 Wednesday and arrived at about 4:30
-We ride in the back a truck with a bunch of luggage from some missionaries we met at the bus station and it was super sketchy...we probably went like 60mph. (We did our best to stay in the bed by grabbing the bikes and suitcases best we could and leaning with the turns...the light rain stung)
-Then we hang around the church for a bit, I took a little nap
-We leave to get to the visa place and the taxi goes to the wrong place so it takes forever...A stick shift in the city is a little crazy too
-We renew visas, which isn't hard it just takes a while with as many people as we had
-Then we go back for the transfer meeting. All I've had to eat is a donut...
-Transfer meeting was awesome! It was pretty crazy! I guess they all are but there were definitely some surprises in the mission
-The two sisters remaining in Phitsanulok are now companions and we got Sister Mullen and Peterson! Sister Peterson just barely got here!
-Then we go eat at this way good mexican food place for a late lunch.
-Our bus tickets are for 8:00 so we hang out at the church for a couple hours. It was way good to catch up with all the missionaries from the MTC and stuff!
-On the way to the bus station there's crazy traffic and we get there with like 10 minutes to move everything, get a snack, and go to the bathroom but we made it!
-We get back to Phitsanulok and get to sleep at like 3 in the morning...
Let's just say I've been tired the past few days haha.
Another awesome thing this week was a new investigator with a baptisimal date! We invited him to church on our way there and he accepted a date for November 9th!!
Being a missionary is really hard sometimes but it's worth every minute to help people find the church and see how happy they are with the gospel blessing their lives.
Love Elder Josh Keller