When they didn't turn up at church I was pretty sad. However, this happens, there really isn't any point in overreacting to it. So we call her to make another appointment and she says she has done what we asked. It took me a moment to realise what she was talking about and she said she had prayed about baptism and received her answer. After her prayer she had opened the Book of Mormon and found a section with an affirmative answer. She told US she wants to be baptised, we didn't even have to ask again! We only had one proper lesson! Bishop is coming teaching with us this week (first time a bishop has ever come teaching with me on my mission) and we are super excited that she should get baptised soon!!
In other news, a woman spoke to us in the street because she needed help with her phone (we weren't able to do much as she didn't know her PIN) but we ended up having an hour long discussion about the importance of faith, hope and charity and found out that she doesn't drink alcohol, tea or coffee and regularly goes about her day persuading people to stop smoking!
We called one person up and she made an appointment, we got pretty lost on the way, but she was actually there! And her sister listened to the lesson too, had loads of questions and wanted to know more about baptism! So miracles are real, goals are worth making and we have to put in the hard work, even if it doesn't always seem to pay off.