Well what do you know, you blink and three weeks have passed! At least that's what it feels like looking back! Lucky for us they have hired two new Finnish teachers! Veli Ryan and Sisar Ross! Both have gotten back within the past 6 months!
My language has improved and to prove it I will tell you a story. My companion and I are teaching a lady named Karina (Sisar Ross). We are teaching her that God is our loving Heavenly Father, but she doesn't think he is. So we wanted her to pray and find out if he does or not. She said she will but later, but being the persistent missionaries we are we kept asking her to pray with us. She wanted to know why so I say "Rukoiletko meitä? Se on tarkea että sinua rukoilet oikea." Well she just started laughing so hard and I was confused! After our lesson she apologizes but tells us why she was laughing. Apparently "Rukoiletko meitä" means will you pray to us. So I should have said "Rukoiletko meaidän kansaa" (will you pray with us) My bad but we all got a good laugh out of it! Luckily I am not the only one with language blunders. Vanhimat Vennerholm and Bowden said that Jesus was born in America. Vanhin Buhler was asked how his weekend was. He just looked at her blankly trying to figure out what she said and then her said "Well may we pray?" And in the same lesson Vanhin Minson kept speaking Spanish not Finnish! We never have dull moments her! Sisar Ross told me that when she was teaching a lesson in the MTC she told the investigator he could be Jesus Christ haha! The Finnish is taking over my brain! I can't spell in English anymore. I was writing in my journal trying to spell prophet but i kept spelling it profeet (that's how it is in Finnish and also the only Finnish word that look similar to English).
That's really all I have to say this week because everything is the same everyday except for on Monday we watched Elder Scotts Funeral services and this week is General Conference which I'm super pumped for! That's all! Sorry it's so short! I love you!