This week was really good. I think the most exciting part was that I got to ride a bike, and I will keep getting to ride a bike. Right now we are sharing a car with the other two sisters serving in the MB Ward, so we switch off with the car every other day. It was an adventure at first riding a bike in a skirt, but it is not as bad as I thought it would be. (Don't worry, Mom, we have bike lights and helmets!) My companion is a bike expert. She did a couple of triathlons and she will be a biking missionary when she goes to Denmark. This will give her good practice and it will be an adventure. Now I can say I have ridden a bike as a sister missionary, in a skirt.
I want to tell you about a couple of miracles we saw this week. One of them was that we arrived at our dinner appointment early and decided to go tracting in the area. We were able to knock on the door of a Hispanic lady with four little kids. She accepted a Gospel of Jesus Christ pamphlet and we are planning on stopping by soon to give her a Book of Mormon in Spanish. Sister L and I are both very grateful that we were able to meet her.
Another miracle was that we had a lesson with Bev. She has had questions about prophets and how you know if they are truly prophets of God. We were able to watch a movie called On the Lord's Errand, which is a biography about Thomas S. Monson. It really spoke to Bev's needs and concerns because it helped her to see what kind of a person President Monson is. There is a good spirit felt in that video.
I love you, family and friends. Thank you for all of the good you do in the world. Thank you for being the answers to prayers.
Love you! Love, Sister Cluff