It is 1 am. We just got home.
We went to church, went straight to a temple recommend interview and then came straight home. And here we are at 1 am.
I had my interview with my branch president after church at 12 pm, then we drove to meet a member of the mission presidency on his way home from visiting a distant branch to have our second interview, which took place around 7:30 pm.
We had our interviews in his car.
We drove 9 hours today, instead of the 4 we would have driven if we'd only gone to church.
We made a large triangle instead of just boring lines going to and from church.
Life is interesting in Poland.
I had the privilege of giving my favorite answers to my favorite questions on the most important subjects to the Lord's representative.
I love saying yes.
(well, and no, but it's the yeses that make me teary. The nos are a formality.)
It's as awesome saying yes when you drive 5 hours out of your way to do it as it is when you wait for a half an hour in your own chapel.
It's as meaningful to hear those questions and say those yeses in a car as it is in an office.
This was a hallowed e'en.
I am going to bed.