But we have great investigators and are getting new ones, so that's all good. We were able to watch General Conference this weekend. I liked President Packer's poem about old age. I reflected on the fact that he was doing at 80 what some people do at 60. It showed to me that if we continue to serve others diligently, even through trials or difficulties, the Lord will bless us with strength beyond our own.
I also liked Elder Holland's talk and the one by President Monson in the Priesthood session. Conference made me think about what needs to happen in Mongolia and my part in it as a missionary.
Teaching English is going okay. I'm getting better at it. It takes a lot of time to prepare for my classes, and it is a challenge to plan the lessons. I may have a lot of linguistic knowledge, but teaching these classes is a different experience.
Just so you don't think I am always eating sheep head, we do cook for ourselves when we can. We don't have an oven, so that limits us to a pan, but we do combine pasta with chicken and vegetables like peppers, mushroom, onions, and the like. It's really good. We can also get decent store bought bread and German muesli, so we eat fairly well.