We celebrated Thanksgiving the proper American way. We had a huge feast put on by the senior couples here in Bucuresti and the people from satellite cities also came out for it. It was prety monstrous. Like I carved 4 of the 8 turkeys monstrous. But most importantly, we were able to set up a HUGE turkey bowl football game with all the missionaries that came out for it. We had enough people for 2 full football teams, and we all got decked out in nasty old second hand grandma sweaters. Sadly, I don't have pictures yet, but we'll get those soon.
In other news, today is Romanian Independence Day, so they had a huge military parade that we got to watch. The actual parade wasn't too exciting, because you couldn't see anything, but before it you could go up and see the tanks and whatnot while they were waiting for the parade to start. Super cool. You'll have to see the pictures.
Another elder in my district and I are going to be performing (with everyone else, we're not that special) at the United States Embassy this coming Monday. We're going to do a sweet version of I Saw Three Ships by Jenny Oaks Baker and it's going to be awesome. We're really excited for it and we've been practicing like crazy for it. Hopefully it works out well.
Have a great week!