SO yeah this week was pretty solid. We found a good amount of people to teach, part of the family Paso Guillén came to church, so thats good, my comps a baller, and the ward is gettin more and more jacked to help us with things. HEre´s a picture of right before Elder Jesson left. I actually dont have a picture with my comp yet but we´ll probably sack one today. Sorry, sacar in spanish is how we say take, like take a picture, so, Spanglish. There´s your spanish for the day, also I don`t have a lot to write, but I will probably have more to write and more time next week. Hopefully. We`ll see. Love you all anyway!
Well next week is transfers, and no one here is really sure whats gunna happen. Theres not many wards left that have 4 missionaries, and theres a lot of missionaries finishing the mission and not alot coming, so we´ll see what happens next week, but I may or may not be able to write.
So anyway this week was pretty tranquila, we had a locro on Saturday which is a soup stew thing they make here on the holidays and its super good and they put everything, literally everything, in it. We brought a little family of investigators that we`re teaching and they loved it, but the mom got sick cuz of the crappy weather so they couldn´t come to church on Sunday, but next week for sure! We`re still working with a lot of the people we found a couple weeks ago in the super week, and things are going quite well, we`re looking to dive into the waters of baptism here soon.
Other than that, everythings good and normal. The weeks fly by faster every time, so I´m gunna throw in a Great Gatsby quote here then continue with my P-Day. Heres some pictures too. We got electricity back but heres a candle anyway.
“So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.”
Elder Gibson and I were sending emails back and forth working on a special Christmas surprise for his brothers and dad, so he didn’t get a “report” email out.