Another week has flown by! It´s incredible to think that I have been out for 5 and a half months. It flies by super-fast! This past week was really good!
Last Monday night Hermana Villanueva had to come do tramites [visa paperwork] and she stayed with me!!!! She was my MTC companion. After 5 months we had so much to talk about. It was super fun and she is doing really well!
On Tuesday I did splits with my new sisters. They are both amazing. It was great to get to know them more and their area. They are having some trouble between the two of them and so that has put a lot more stress on my plate to be worrying about three sisters now, including Hermana Lopez. But Hermana Lopez helps me a ton to relax and to enjoy it and not stress out so much.
|On exchanges with one of my sisters, Hermana Arandeda from Chile.|
So we eat lunch like every day with members and they ship us home with leftovers and more food. And when we have visits the people are constantly giving us food. So don´t worry, we are eating plenty! The food that I liked most that we had this week was Noquis made from aselga (Possibly Gnocchis made with swiss chard). They are a type of pasta. You can look them up and see.
This is lunch with the Pulgar family. They are used to feeding the elders so they always make like a huge amount of food! It is so good though. They give us the left overs to take home.
This week I realized that my area is huge! I don´t know even like a 5th of it, so I guess there is a lot of work to do!
This past Friday we had a Noche Familiar en la capilla [at the church]. It was so fun. We all sang and there was food and everything. Hermana Lopez and I sang “Let it be” by the Beatles, haha, whoops!
My companion is the cutest and greatest thing ever! These are traditional things they do in Honduras. She wanted to present in the Noche Familiar but we didn´t end up doing it.
|The 15th birthday celebration (quincenera) of a member named Alejandra Duarte.|
Sunday was Mother’s Day here in Argentina. EVERYONE was partying and we had lessons with two drunk people hahaha and that was interesting. But we met Pedro Leva, and taught him. We are excited to see what happens! He is like 50 and super interested!
We also met Ramon Cabrera. He is a recent convert that is inactive. But he has the cutest granddaughter and she just hugged me the whole time. (: They all came to church on Sunday and he invited us to lunch next Sunday!
Sebastian is progressing, but he isn´t ready for baptism yet so we extended his date. We will see what happens!
Today for P day we had a zone activity and we played volleyball. It was a lot of fun!
|The zone activity|
Here are some photos of my apartment.
|This is especially for Allison. This is how the Argentine people wash their underside after using the restroom. I have never used it but both my apartments have had them.|
This past week I finished the Book of Mormon again! I started at the beginning of the mission. It was amazing. Moroni 10 is incredible. I love the faith and humility that he had. Today I started Jesus the Christ and it is AMAZING! That is what I’m starting to study now along with the New Testament. I’m so excited.
All is good here. I hope all is well up there. I pray for you all.