Sis Hemmi: ''Oh, ya right right! Ok ok I got it. Thanks.''
I don't remember if I related a story to you or not, but there was one day when an appointment fell out and Elder and Sister Bignall went clingaling with me to some of her neighbors (when I was in a threesome between Lahr and Freiburg areas). We met a woman during those few minutes that I've gone back to a couple times just to say hi and eventually she agreed to an appointment. She told us right up front in her Polish accent that she's also seen Jehovah's Witnesses and would allow us to meet twice max and that was it. With a little gleam in my heart we agreed to her offer. We visited her the first time and the Spirit was so strong. She was blown away at how long we'd been outside walking and doing only missionary work. She was interested in the Book of Mormon and took one. We met again yesterday and she was so excited to have us there. She made us evening bread so it's called and we taught her the whole Plan of Salvation and even went into work for the dead in Temples. She ate it up and kept shushing her husband who bless his heart has dementia and would frequently interrupt the lesson :). She started the intro and read the witnesses pages to the Book of Mormon. She was so excited to get a book in Polish and agreed excitedly to read. She also prayed without hesitation and was so humble. In the middle of her heartfelt prayer she'd ask us for the next step. She could just feel that what we were bringing to people was important to learn. She loved that we believe in visions and revelations. It was truly miraculous to see how what started out to be an ''unlikely investigator'' turned out to be one of the elect.