Wednesday was transfer day! Sister Choi and I dropped off Sister Hoffman and we came home alone. On our way back we got a call from a less active member who wanted to meet so we met her for dinner! We also met two other members that day. We talked a lot about missionary work with one member and she really pumped us up for this transfer. Sister Choi also skyped home on Wednesday(because it was the Lunar New Year, and that is when Korean missionaries get to call or skype their families, rather than Christmas - it is the big family holiday)
On Thursday we had a zone training meeting because missioanry work moves at a rather slow rate during the new year's holiday. We hiked, received training, watched Meet the Mormons, ate food, and played games. On Friday we had a district meeting. I made 떡국 (deokkuk - rice cake soup - the traditional Korean food for New Years)for the missionaries in our two wards, we made message cards for our wards, and we played sports by the river. It was fun! We also had dinner at a member's house. We've been trying to run around the whole city delivering the cards over the past couple of days. We helped our ward clean the church too! We weren't able to meet any investigators this week because of the holiday but as we were delivering cards we were able to visit with a less active member that I've never been able to meet! Miracle! And we got lost as we were wandering yesterday. We stopped on the side of the road to think and one of our former investigators past us on the street so we talked to her! Miracle! And then a member walked by who showed us the house that we were trying to find and invited us over to her house. Miracle! It's a been a good week full of miracles and happiness!