So we were able to play our musical number! It was for relief society, and the speaker was the General Primary President, Rosemary M. Wixom, so that was really cool! We then did the number again for our branch sacrament meeting, so everyone in our zone could hear it.
We got 10 new Huns yesterday! It's crazy because usually In our zone there aren't two groups of missionaries going to the same country here at the same time, like, ever. I haven't really met any of them yet, but they seem pretty cool. They consist of 6 Elderek and 4 Nővérek.
So on the first day at the MTC you do an activity called "People and my Purpose" or some similar name. Basically all the new missionaries are in different rooms and meet investigators and see a couple of minutes of them being taught by missionaries and then all the new missionaries take over the lesson. Our district had the opportunity to be the official missionaries, so that was pretty fun!
We are leaving!!!! It's already here! We'll be flying Salt Lake City to Chicago to London to Budapest! We report to the travel office at the MTC at , and we're mostly packed.
This week in class we finally learned about formalization. Lucky us we won't have to use it that much! It's only used to people over 40 that you don't know or most people over 70 that you do know but don't go to your church. If you use it any other way, it's flirting.