That's exactly how Lehi's dream starts too, he wandered around for awhile in the "dark and dreary wilderness" and then he finally turned to the Lord and prayed. I remember when Jared and I got lost in the rhino hahaha, but I can't remember if we prayed or not, but I think we did.
When we work out on the roof, there is always a guy down on the road preparing for his business. He is an umbrella repairman. Every morning from 6 to 7 he is down there preparing and then he works trying to sell and repair umbrellas until night time. One of the missionaries said that he probably only makes about $4 a day, but he is one of the hardest working people that I have ever seen. Every day he's down there, probably working super hard so his kids, one day, will not have to. As I've been watching him, I thought about myself and how I kind of coasted through high school and a lot of other stuff, never really taking things seriously, even when they were. As I watch him, I realize how freakin lucky I am and I decided that I'm not going to waste my blessings anymore, I decided that I'm always going to try to develop my talents and be really diligent when I get home. Right now I decided that I'm going to get good at drawing, so I drew a couple pictures of Jesus. I'm also going to learn how to play the piano when I get home and I'm going to read a lot more. I'll send you a picture I drew, this is the starting point, but I'm gonna get a lot better.
Our investigators are doing awesome! We have a couple families looking good for mid June and a couple new ones looking good for July, but we always have about 5-7 people come to church.:)