This weeks been great we just got back a hour or two ago from hiking a mountain with the district. It's called North Mountain that's also what the ward I'm in is called. It's a cool peak cause you can see the whole mission and you can also see how brown everything is from up there.
As you all know my companion got his bike stolen last week while we were at the church. And we asked a couple guys on the street who steel a lot of stuff there is a few people that steeling is all they do to get money. And this guy James who steels stuff said he knew where Elder Hawkins bike was his cousin saw someone riding it while he was coming home from work in his truck and he said he scooted to the other side of the car with his foot on the gas and hit the guy with the car door knocking him off the bike, then he stopped the truck through the bike in the truck and drove off. I'm don't know if that's true, and we don't even have the bike back yet. We haven't seen James he didn't have it last time cause it was still at his cousins house. Now he isn't responding to out text messages or calls and he's never home. So I think his bikes gone now, lessons I leaned from it is don't own really expensive stuff and don't trust people that steal stuff for a living.
And I forgot to tell dad about Therman last week. He's going to move with family in California soon, I don't know if he has left yet or not but I had some shoes someone gave me and there to small but there about brand new so we were going to drop them off at a place he stays at sometimes but he never showed up, so I'm not sure where he's at right now.
These last couple of weeks have been rough on the ward so many people are moving out right now and we're about to have a few more families leave this summer and it's beginning to be a big problem in the ward. We've been moving a lot of people. last Monday morning we move a couple and this Saturday we move two families and out off all odds all three families hoarded furniture. I don't understand why anyone would want to hoard pianos, book shelves and solid wooden large furniture. It's stupid and they don't use any of it. Missions are the training grounds for life and the other lesson I leaned this week is not to hoard things cause stupid items aren't going with you when you die. Okay, I'm done complaining. Friday we ran into a kid named Tyler. We saw him walking down the street and just started a conversation with him. He wanted help he's 16 and been addicted to meth for years we invited him to the addiction recovery program. He seemed hesitant but someday I think he will change his mind about it.
We had a few lessons this week but they weren't solid investigators were looking for another solid one. That sums up the week love you all have a great week. Here are some pictures o and I saw a real snake on the road somewhere