We had an earthquake this week! It is the first decent size one that Ulsan has had in a LONG time. Everyone was really kind of freaked out about it. We were actually doing English class and I was at the front sharing the message, when all of the sudden the windows started shaking. Sister Han could even feel it through her chair. After it stopped everyone was pretty excited. Of course, being the Kansas girl I am, I told everyone that it was just the wind. Sister Han will never let me live that down.
We met "A" again this week with the Elders! We have been studying Spanish in our language study along with Korean lately, and communicating with her seemed a little easier. Thank goodness for our Spanish-speaking elder, though. We could tell that she felt the Spirit. She is so cute. After we bore our testimonies to her, she kept saying, "WOW. Wow." She wants to keep meeting and preparing for baptism. She is wonderful. We have also had a lot of referrals for other foreigners lately that we will be meeting with soon.
"PYJ" is doing really well. She has been praying and has also read all the way through 1 Nephi 11. While she hasn't gotten an answer yet about the Book of Mormon or our message, she is still thinking and working on it. After our lesson on Saturday with her we had a branch activity. She came! The activity was a music night and we had a lot of wonderful performances in it. Sister Han and I sang a lot with the other sisters and I also did the violin solo, "If You Could Hie to Kolob" that I used a couple times at home. It was a good activity! Another eighty year old grandma that we met on the bus a couple weeks ago came too! She had a blast and talked with the members quite a bit.
I love missionary work. These people are amazing and I am more and more grateful every day for the opportunity that I have to serve with them.
I love you!!!
Pics: Korean primary kids draw the best Jesus. ;)