I remember that in my old hall there was a single pioneer sister who lived in the kh basement. She did not drive, (22 years old) and she was
such a "spiritual example" .
But now I remember going out in service with the group on a Saturday morning, and she would be part of the group that was in my car.
We would do about an hour of service door to door, and then return visits for an hour or two. Suddenly she had several urgent things that needed to be taken care of, "going down highway 14,,, I need to do some banking can you stop off so I can get this done? Or "Jewel has a big sale on apples, let me pop in and grab several while we are here". Oh look, there's my insurance agents office, stop and let me talk to him for a minute".
This was quite a regular thing with her, and looking back I feel that she took advantage of the whole "brotherly love and concern" thing that is so popular with the witnesses.
I remember that cargroup members would talk about how much time could be recorded for service, was time spent waiting in the insurance agents parking lot valid, or would that be recognised as breaktime ?
Was this something that was an isolated thing from my area, or did this type of behavior happen in other areas ?