It has been a rather exciting week. A kid got knocked out at a branch basketball game and started going into shock. I started doing treatment and stuff, and keeping people from trying to do CPR or other things. We gave him a blessing and he came out of it in a couple of seconds, but then people started ignoring me and sat him up, so he passed out. We took him to the hospital; he was out for about three hours. He’s fine, but he can’t remember anything from the game.
We have started trying to do more branch activities that involve people. Elder Ruiz and I came up with this giant checker board made out of rope for about a buck for all the kids at mutual. Usually, the same two people give talks for an hour, so attendance is way low, but it was way good this week. People actually got up and started interacting with each other. President Anderson liked what we were doing, so we have an OK to keep . . . doing it (tegex- it’s a verb in Mongolian that means “to do that”, it is used all the time, but it sounds dumb in English)
I’ve lost 12 k so far, my suit looks way huge now. Anywho, we might get bikes, President Anderson was reading the blog and realized how much we walk. So that would be cool. We have a lot of area to cover, and taxis are expensive and one way only.
Oh: We made home made cinnamon rolls. It was good.