Solid week last week, some good stuff to talk about. I guess I can start off from Monday, on monday evening we met with Wladek from Belarus. It was super good, he brought his roommate Nazar who is also interested so we went back over the first and talked pretty in depth about everything. So that was good.
On Tuesday we had district meeting, which was strange because it was only us and the Daltons. It was really good though, we ended up watching a Mormon message and talking about it. We also helped out the Daltons with their Polish. After that we went and visited Tomasz in the Hospital, we went and sat down on his bed and we were talking to him. The guy next to us kept doing weird stuff which was really funny because Tomasz would always give him this look and say stuff like "I really don't like my new roommate" (the guy couldn't hear). He would like take off his diaper and Tomasz would have to call the nurses, and it happened like 3 or 4 times in the 30 minutes we were there. It was good, Tomasz is doing well, he is recovering. After that we went to visit Romek in the hospital, he was asleep so we were going to leave then one of the nurses insisted that we wake him up, her argument was that he might as well wake up now to see us because he has all night to sleep. So we tried to wake him up, but he wouldn't.
Also right outside Romek's hospital this lady sitting on a bench said "Oh! Missionaries!" as we walked by, we assumed she was a member, but she wasn't. She actually thought we were Jehovah's Witnesses. She said she was from America, but I don't believe her because her accent was kinda strange. She also told us she was a convert to Catholicism, that she joined in Miami, it was an interesting conversation because she was half crazy (there is a mental hospital there so it is totally possible).
Wednesday we taught a lot of English, we taught a girl that the Sisters used to teach named Alicja. She was super cool, and understands like 90% of what we say, but she can hardly say anything herself, so we are working on that. She told me that ever since I told her I was from California last week, she has been wanting to ask me about it, because her biggest dream is to go to California some day. So we talked about all the many blessings of living in California.
English class was really good, we only had 1 class today (normally there are 3) because the sisters are gone, and none of the advanced students showed up, so it was just us. There were a couple of new people including this girl named Aneta who is really cool. After English I invited everyone to stay for Book of Mormon reading, and she stayed and was way interested. Unfortunately after BoM reading I got pulled aside by one of our other students and so did Elder Schwanke, so we didn't get a chance to get her phone number/ask her if she wanted to meet before she left. It was frustrating.
On Friday we met with Robert, I'm not sure if I have talked about him but he has lymes disease so he has some trouble moving around and talking, but he set up a meeting with us at the Mall food court so we went and got dinner with him. After we finished eating we asked him if he had read the Joseph Smith brochure we gave him last time, he told us that somehow he had lost it so he didn't get a chance to read it, but he brought us some brochures about Siostra Faustyna. So we took them and offered him another JS brochure to which he said "No! Don't give that... (he didn't know the word in English) rozdawac (to give out) ... to ANYONE!!" But he had yet another present for us, he stood up and went behind me and was acting super sketchy. Then he turned around and had 3 rosaries in his hands, and he gave one to me and the other to Elder Schwanke and kept the third. Then he demonstrated how to use them and told us to pray every day with them. It was actually really nice of him, and they are super sweet.
On Saturday we went to visit this guy named Adam, we met him on the street a week ago and he invited us over to his house. It took us a while to find his house, but it was funny when we found it because it is this random super old red brick building in the middle of a big industrial park. So all the surrounding buildings are like 3 times taller and are these modern glass buildings, and there is the tiny brick apartment building. So we went up to the door, and expected to ring the intercom so he would buzz us in, like most buildings in Poland. But there was no intercom so we had to call his phone and he had to let us in manually, he also had to use his key to let us out, which was pretty sketchy. We taught him a first and he received it really well. He is a protestant, but feels like he has gotten really far from God lately, and we bore testimony super hard of the book of Mormon and everything. We set up for 2 weeks from now because he can only meet on weekends, and he is out of town next week. Also on our way out we met his roommate who said he would be interested to meet with us next time we come.
Sunday was super good, there were a lot of people in church because they had to primary program so all the families were there. The primary program was really good, there are only 5 boys in the primary so it was a lot smaller than it is back home. The spirit was really strong though, and then after Alex gave a talk, which i translated for him into Polish. It was embarrassing because I totally forgot the word for Spring, and for some reason could not say Umożliwiać which isn't normal a hard word. I tried to say it like 5 times then just gave up and moved on haha.
Sunday school was super good, brother Pawlik taught us about Enos and also King Benjamin. Our investigator Ola who was at church was super involved in the lesson, she was asking really good questions. It was a super good day for Church. Also we got two new members who moved in. One is named Lucas from Argentina (I didn't really get a chance to talk to him) and the other is named Yuri from Lviv in Ukraine. He is super good and will be a huge help because he will probably be fluent in Polish in the next 3 months, because he is actively trying to learn and educated Ukrainians who try to learn polish generally learn it really really fast because the languages are very similar. So that is really good for our branch.
I think other that we didn't have anything too crazy this week. So thats probably it!