Well, all is well with me down here in Sur America. In my mission we have the Galapagos Islands. Those islands are famous for having so many different types of animals living on them that just don't really belong there. Well, that is kind of like me in this foreign mission. Just like those animals on those islands, they don't belong there BUT they have adapted their lives to live there! I, too, have learned how to do that! I now have been here about 12 weeks in Ecuador and man I have changed so much! jaja First, I am definitely a bit skinnier jaja yes, 20 pounds skinnier. And I am also learning a great new language! So all is well with me!
This week was great! We got new mission rules! We will find out next week what they are, but today we got 10 hours for P-Day! It is already so great! jajaja
Now for the mission work here...well, it is hard! People make us promises, but they just can't keep them. We all do this in life, but it is just hard seeing it while on a mission when you just want these amazing people to have the same blessings of the gospel of Jesus Christ that we have. They just don't follow through! I have faith that this week will be better for them!
IT RAINED a ton this last week which really cooled down the streets and it was nice for us when we were out walking around!
We are teaching a lot. We still have a baptism coming up! Her name is Naomi and she is 13! She is really such a great girl! Our other investigators just need to come to church a few more times. It is hard for them though because church starts at here and nobody wants to wake up! jajaja But with faith and the help of the Lord I know that they will start to come more often!
All is well! It is so great to hear from everyone! The support I feel is just awesome!!!
Thanks again for all of the love and support!
We have transfers next week! I am hoping to stay one more transfer.
Please read Alma 37 this week in the Book of Mormon! Thank you.