Greetings from Corydon!Our pday got switched to today because we had interviews with President Woodbury yesterday. Hence, I'm writing today :) Interviews were fantastic. It was bittersweet though because it was our last time getting interviews from President before he leaves in July. :( He really took his time to talk to each of us yesterday. I really needed it. Not that I have issues or anything, but it was just nice to hear certain things from President about the work we're doing (or trying to do) here in Corydon.
It's been hard here for a while. I'm not kidding when I say Corydon's the weirdest area in the mission, especially as far as Spanish work goes. We have a branch, and it comprises itself of about 40% of the hispanics in the Corydon area. The rest of the hispanics in the area are all former investigators or have talked to the hermanas before. We've been working on contacting potentials this entire transfer to find new people to teach, and so far we've only got one new investigator. I told President Woodbury that we area really trying hard to find new people, but nobody's interested still. We're taking hope in the fact that people change constantly. Hopefully one of these people we visit are ready to hear our message. I talked to Pres. about it, and he understands. He said to keep working hard but "don't worry." Knowing me, you can imagine the relief I felt after talking to him. President and Sister Woodbury are GEMS. I can't say it enough. They are some of the best people I know. I'm sad that they're leaving so soon.
I also hit my 6 month mark this week. WHAT. I have LESS THAN ONE YEAR LEFT. When did this happen?! Wasn't I just giving my farewell talk?! Wasn't I just in the MTC? I just don't get it.