A: He's not really an investigator, but he's a teacher. His name is Brother Wilkinson, and he's interesting... but don't worry, he's not really an investigator! We don't get to go tracting in Chorley because we're German students, and we don't have the required paperwork and visas to proselyte here, but the two week elders do get to go.
This week something funny happened, we were sitting around in class and one of the sisters in my district (by the way, I'm not the district leader any more ^.^) mentioned that a Swedish sister gave her some black liquorice and she couldn't handle it because it was so salty and I was like WHAAT!? I found the Swedish sister (she's going to Greece so she's in Elder Reed's district) and convinced her to give me some and its even saltier than the double zout. I should have taken a picture, but there literally covered in salt, they're white!! They're really great. Ill take a picture and get it to you before I eat them all!
I'm loving the MTC, much better than school, but I'm also excited to get into the field. I'm worried about how I'm going to handle rejection, when people say they don't want to meet with me, but I have faith that we can get through it.
Wir sind viel spaß haben mit Deutsch. Am Samstag wir haben gelernt über das Accusative. Am montag wir haben gelernt über das Dative, und gestern wir haben über two-way prepositions gelernt. I'm not too certain about all the grammar of that sentence, but I can speak it out loud.
I'm grateful for your letters, I just barely got a stack of them when I was answering email, someone brought them in, I'm excited to read them when I have a minute.
You might be interested to know that I'm playing piano in every meeting in the MTC, right now there's no one else who can play the piano.
I have to go now, but we will get either a phone call or a skype (depending on how busy the computers are) on mothers day, I wanted to make sure that you knew that. I have to go, my companions are pulling me away, but I love you!