Monday, June 2, 2014

"Our house! In the middle of our street!"

Hello Kingsport!
Life is good here.
We are frying alive
and loving it.
It's a nice 100 degrees every day.

He is a less active we're working with.
Super nice.
He went less active when he hurt his back.
Curse illnesses to give people good excuses.
We had a really great lesson with him.
You could tell he felt the spirit.
I saw tears in his eyes!
He said he'd be at church
because he couldn't use his back as
an excuse to not come anymore.
But then he didn't come...
We are going to have a talking with him.
We have been taking the bishop's
daughter Brenna with us.
She's awesome and wants to go on a mission.
So we're going to have her help us teach parts
like the Elders did with me.
But I'm giving her more preparation time than they did.
Don't worry, I'm not bitter:)
Those poor elders that had us come with them.
I'm pretty sure I just read straight from PMG.

I went to the doctor for my shoulder this week.
I hurt it 2 months ago
and never went to the doctor,
or told you.
So I'm telling you now!:)
I sprained my rotator cuff
in my right shoulder.
I should be fine by the time I get home.
So no worries there.

Saturday we went to dinner we went
to dinner at a Chinese restaurant with a member.
And we got fortune cookies (obviously.)
Mine said, "Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration."
Oh did that tell my fortune for the night.
We went to do service with 6 elders.
They just needed us to drive 3 of the elders
and wait while they moved this shed
to the other side of the yard.
We are waiting in the car and we get
a phone call asking for us to come help.
So we did.
And instead of just moving this metal shed
to the other side of the yard...
we had to take it out of the yard,
onto the street
(it looked like a little house, thus
"Our house in the middle of our street")
into the side yard,
put it over a 6.5 foot concrete fence,
half of us run around and catch it on the other side,
then the other half SPRINT around to help them get it down.
Difficult. But done. No more worries, right?
We had to put the foundation underneath it...
And most people just have rock yards here.
So we carried it over,
but then we had to push it under the shed while
people held the shed up.
Our 10 minute service project,
took an hour.
It was quite the adventure.
I won't forget it.

Time keeps flying by too quickly.
We have zone conference this week.
Temple trip next week.
I don't like this time flying thing.
But I guess I'll have to roll with the punches.
I made a countdown chart so I can
mentally prepare myself for leaving.
It's pretty cute.
I'll send a picture of it.

I can't believe Elder Fogle is coming home!
I bet the Fogles are so excited.
Send my love their way!

Have a good trip to SC!
I love yall!
Sister Hubmann

1. My countdown. I have a little Sister Missionary I move.
2. Our house! We pretended there was a bear.
Missionaries are pretty classy.
3. My fortune!
4. Truer words have never been spoken.

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