I am past half way! Yay for candy jar! We actually didn’t do too much different at all. I almost forgot is was my year mark until the end of the day! I don’t have any shirts I could afford to burn, but because this flat has been trashed by all the Elders before, we have been stuck pretty much renovating it! And during the cleaning and de-junking, we have discovered quite a bit! Including a few shirts to burn! So yes, I did burn a shirt 😛
Elder Moka is doing great and things are starting to get moving a bit better. However this last week we had several fall throughs. So we didn’t get to many lessons, but we did a ton of other work! We moved the sister missionaries to a new flat this week and drove Elder Hogge around. He is the senior missionary who is in charge of mission property and stuff like that. So they were getting some new things in their flat and us too. We also spent a lot of extra time doing other service, such as building steps for a less active member! Elder Terry and us finally got around to building the steps on Friday. Probably the most sturdy steps in Fiji now! Haha.
On the brighter side, we have continued working with Ashneel, and now his older brother, Salen, is committed to be baptized as well! Both are doing great! Salen doesn’t speak English however, so we have to have a translator there. But things are going great! They have institute class every Saturday. The fellowshipper for Ashneel is also the teacher of it! I’m pretty sure he understands very little, but he loves going and catching what he can. The symbolism of Babylon and such just go a bit far beyond the mission lessons we have taught so far 😛