One of the cool things we get to do on our mission is work with the young adults in our ward. There are several and they are really strong in the Gospel! We get to hang out with them every Monday night for a Home Evening. Their lessons are inspiring and their activity's and refreshments are really good too. Once they planned a Thanksgiving dinner for the Americans and the Canadians. It was a lot of fun. It was my first time having Yorkshire Pudding, which isn't a pudding at all, it's more like gravy poured into Dutch Baby cup. My kids know what Dutch Babies are: its a mixture of eggs, flour, milk and butter that puffs up around the edges when you bake it. These young adults baked them in cupcake tins and so you have these individual bowls for the gravy. They are not what I expected (who knows what I expected) but they are pretty good.
The Missionaries and some of the Young Adults of the Crystal Palace Ward.
We have a great missionary story that in my opinion is EPIC! Deirdre, one of our young adults, was on a bus (everyone is one a bus, train or walking), when a young man also on the bus, named Terrance says to her, "thank you for dressing so modestly". She is a little taken back because lets be honest, that just doesn't happen often enough. She thanks him and they start talking. He eventually asks her for her phone number and while she said she NEVER gives her number out she felt like she should, so she wrote it down on a pass-along card and told him to go to the website on it to see why she was the way she was, and IF he did, THEN he could call her and they would talk about it. Well, he DID go look at Mormon.org, he called Deirdre and they talked about what was on that website. He came to church and has been taking the missionary lessons and now has a baptism date set! We are so excited. He is a most humble sincere man and we are thrilled for him!