Well, another week here in the mountains of Ecuador! This week went by very fast! Our sector here is huge! From the starting point of our sector to the end is 4 hours big! IT IS MASSIVE! It's only my companion and me and 2 other sister missionaries! So yeah, we travel a lot on bus and I am for sure going to get lost here when my companion leavesto go home haha but all will be well!
This week we taught one of our investigadors who's only 17. She has 2 kids and her husband tried to jump the fence into the US last month and is in jail. Super sad. But all is well with her here and she has a date to get baptized! Going to be awesome! Another one of our investigadors has been investigating the church for 1 year and she had some doubts about the Book of Mormon. However, she prayed last week to see if it was true and she got an answer right after! So tonight we are going to invite her to be baptized next week. Hope it goes well! The work up here is hard sometimes haha! I get yelled at a lot by people who don't wanna listen to us and I also feel like I'm a missionary in the US at times because we teach in English every once in a while!
So Cuenca is a very pretty place, but yeah I actually get cold here and that is such a huge change from being in Guayaquil for 7 months! Cold is awesome! There are still areas here where the Ecuadoreans are living like native Incans. We don't really go to those areas though. Today we went to a lookout place at the top of a mountain and we could look down and see the whole city! It was awesome! Then we went to the mall and it's just like malls in the US, with American music playing too!
Also, this past week our Ward Mission Leader took us out to get ice cream and it was a knock off of Cold Stone and so good! Last week I bought pizza for everyone in our house so that we could celebrate our US holiday of Memorial Day. It was great!!! We had a Zone Conference this past week with President Moreno and it was great. And I think I saw Cole Butcher in the Ensign haha! Man, the Conference issue of the Ensign made me so trunky with all of the pics of Utah! Yesterday at church I talked with a guy who is from here but he lived in Utah for 20 years. So awesome to talk with him!