On Tuesday William had us over for lunch. We ate this potato goulash thing that was really good. After that we did a bit of door knocking.
On Wednesday we had district meeting. It was good. At district lunch we talked a lot about how this transfer would be interesting. After that we came back to Paw Paw and knocked on doors.
Thursday was Thanksgiving. It was a very good day. We got up and had our studies. Nothing too much out of the ordinary. At 2pm we went to the Szekely's home for lunch. There was so much delicious food. Turkey, yams, cornbread casserole (to die for), homemade cheesecake (also to die for). There was so much delicious food. After that we were able to just kick around and be part of the family. They had a family of three from Indiana there, a family of four from Paw Paw (the Reeves), two people from California and a family of four from Kalamazoo. So it was a full house but quite enjoyable. After a few hours of trying to get the food to settle. It was time to head to the Dangers. Again so much delicious food. It was a nice quiet meal with just five of us. I had one of my favorite desserts here that tasted like how my Grandma Lucy makes it. It was just a cream pie with cherries on top. So incredibly good. After that we went back to the apartment and slept off the food. We were sent with tons of leftovers which were nice to have at this time of the month.
On Friday we were able to go to Decatur. We saw Buddy LLoyd. Then we did some door knocking. After that we had dinner with the Walkers which is always a blast.
Hoofin' it Saturday. We door knocked all day long. Then bro. Wester (brother in law to subacz) came and picked us up and took us to dinner at the Subacz. It was delicious, Thanksgiving leftover Panini's. I also hit my 10 month mark.
Sunday was good. It was nice to take the sacrament after almost two weeks. Then we had a nice spaghetti dinner with the Szekely's. Then we door knocked to finish our night out.
Today we went to Kalamazoo to play basketball. Not quite sure what we are going to do the rest of the day. Probably shop.
I would just like to say that I am thankful for the families that let missionaries crash at there family gatherings.
I am also thankful for the magnificent family and friends that I have.
Elder Cody Grant Fairbanks