I also experience what it feels like to have an affro this week. I had my hair in a braid for our district conference, but because we mostly walk it's too hot, so it went back up into a ponytail to work. And as we were walking, I could see in my shadow that my ponytail was literally an affro. A big red fluffy affro. Yay for humidity!
Alma 56:46 Behold our God is with us, and he will not suffer that we should fall. I had another lesson taught to me this week about trusting in God. Honestly, this area is difficult. There are so many less active members here, and we've struggled with finding new investigators and getting them progressing. But as we've walked to and from our last appointments in the evenings, I've reminded myself to look up. I look up and I see the stars, and I feel the peace and the reassurance that Heavenly Father is just right here with us. Even though I feel a lot of pressure to help this area and don't really know what I'm going to do, I know that He knows what it is that I need, and what it is that this area needs, and I know that He really is the one in control.
If I make this choice, what will happen? --Elder Robert D. Hales