Hey guys, this morning I woke up to go to Sister Madeline's house to help her find what is called "miding". It is a special kind of vegetable (they are all just leaves here) that we were looking for. We waded through the forest for a while when we got to a lovely, bushy, thorny area that loves to scratch up my legs, and she starts pulling leaves down from the bushes, but not just any kind of leaves. They are speccciial kind. But honestly, they look like every other leaf in the forest. She then taught us what ones are good and what ones aren't. She can point them out from a mile away, and yet while she is pointing we still couldn't see them. After a few minutes of trying to pick these out, I got the general idea of what makes this "miding" vegetable different. And then I picked the most out of my group.This idea of having a hard time picking out the right leaf could be an important idea of missionary work... still processing it in my head. I'll be thinking about it more later, but I think it's good that the member had to show us which ones were the good ones and which ones to leave alone. Just like they know which people are good investigators, etc.