This week was pretty good! Tons of things we did hah;Monday we had a district P Day! We all went to Ely because my comp had to interview someone there. We got to go to the AMAZING Ely cathedral. It. Is. Massive. It was incredible! And because we are all ministers of the church we got in for free and got to check out everything! It was so beautiful. I'll be sending pictures of it as soon as Elder Tam (our district Chinese man hah) sends me them. I had forgotten my camera in the car :P Then Tuesday we had a good old MIRACLE day! We planned for a ton of things but we hadn't called anybody and confirmed any appointments. So it was all pretty shaky but we went into it with a lot of prayer and had faith it would work out for the best! We started out seeing our recent convert; Kim and then went to try to contact this bloke from Nepal that we met a few days back. We were searching and searching for his flat but we couldn't find it anywhere. So as soon as we started to walk back to our flat we saw him on the street! We talked with him and got his actual address and set up a day when we could stop by. His English isn't very good so we mixed up the address hah. So then we started walking towards the flat again and tried to call another of our investigators (who by the way makes the BEST cookies. Hands down. He loves to talk about them too. Apparently he learned to bake from Al Cappone himself? I don't know if it's true but I'm willing to trust him with how good his cookies are.) ad we couldn't get ahold of him! Finally as we were passing his house, he pulled up in his car! He had just gotten home from work so we got to stop and teach him right there! It was really good and he told us to come back a couple days later for some cookies. BEST COOKIES. Anyway. After that we went and visited one of our favorite families! The Christiansens! They had been sick for church and we wanted to check up on them. Brother Christiansen was having problems with a pinched nerve and when we showed up he took a pain killer and we got to have a good discussion with him about his mission. He had gotten into a head on collision riding his bike going about 30 down a hill and when he got hit by the car he fell and got ran over too! It was a miracle that he lived. He didn't even break a bone. It was really cool and he had a missionary album with pictures to show us hah. We also got to help them move a grill to the church for their BBQ on Friday. After that we finally got to sit and talk with a less active family that we were trying to see for a long time. It was really good! AND THEN. After that. We drove to see our ward mission leader and have coorilation. As we drove we tried to call an investigator we hadn't been able to talk to for a couple days and FINALLY got ahold of her! We set up an appointment for right that second! We didn't have anyone to come with us so we called our ward mission leaders son (who is going on his mission November 5th. To the Denmark, Kopenhagen mission. Thought you'd like that info dad hah.) who we were about to see anyway and told him to get ready to meet our extremely talkative investigator! It was super quick and worked out just perfectly! Then on our way home we saw another of our less actives walking on the sidewalk and did a quick u turn and stopped and had a good chat with him! It was a fantastic day and so full of miracles! On Thursday it was INDEPENDENCE DAY!! BUUUUT we were celebrating that in the country we seceeded from... So we didn't really get to enjoy it much. We had a Zone meeting and got to eat a nice cookie there for it.. And then we went to an American members home and had dinner but we didn't do anything exciting. But then on Friday the ward had a small BBQ and celebrated it there. That was fun and we got to talk to a few members. I actually wheeled Brother Christiansen around on a chair rack for a bit because his leg was hurting haha and then all the kids wanted a turn! It was hilarious. Saturday we did a really good garden service project and completely cleared a sisters back garden. It looked amazing if I don't say so myself. Haha then we got to see an investigator that I haven't seen this whole transfer! She was great and we got to teach her a lot. She already knows a ton because she studied with Jehovahs Witnesses before. On Sunday we met with yet another less active family and they actually invited us over later for a dinner appointment as well! It was great and we got to know them really well! Yesterday wasn't a P Day because we had moves calls in the evening. It was a regular day and because we didn't know if we were moving or not we were sort of anxious for the calls. Then that evening we got calls. Elder Wilcox got the phone first and was told that he is staying. I didn't hear any of it.. So I didn't know what was going on. But he looked surprised... So he handed the phone to me and President Jordan said "Elder Jespersen, I have a unique opportunity for you." He told me I would be moving to Bedford! And I would be with Elder Brunstad who has only been out as long as me! We'd be follow up training each other! In an area I don't know! Hahaha it's going to be a crazy experience! So that's where I'm at now. I packed up this morning and will be moving tomorrow. My new companion and I will be co-senior companions. It'll be an adventure :) I can't wait! I'll send you all my new address when I get there and find it out.