|Missionaries that I am going to miss a lot! |
Now they have returned home.
It was certainly interesting being in a threesome, a bit hard, but we did it! And I was able to survive with the money that I had during this time, since I didn't have anything else because we used everything on travel. Finally, got home today with only 2 pesos left. There is something that lots of people here like to eat called Chicharrón (literally, the fatty skin of a pig). If its cooked right, it doesn't actually taste too bad. We ate that with a member this week.
We had a really awesome experience when I was in divisions with Hermana M. We didn't have any more plans left, so we decided to tract a bit. I remembered the talk of Elder Uchtdorf during the Women's Conference about the missionaries that knocked on every single door of a building. Literally, the last one ended up accepting them and they were baptized. So, we sat down and said a pray, to help us to know what street that we should knock on doors. After, I felt the impression to knock on the doors in the street behind us. We started at the end and no one accepted us inside. We got to the 2nd to last door, and opened up to a girl. She recognized us, told us that she has gone to our church, and has a friend that is member. And she lives in my area! She was just visiting a friend. So we taught her and are going to visit her some time this coming week. Then, we knocked on the last door and the man also recognized us. About 10 years ago, he listened to the missionaries. So, we also were able to teach him. It makes me marvel every time when we have the amazing opportunity to have the influence of the Spirit.
Super ready to start this transfer and work super hard! Thank you all for your prayers, they really do help! :)
Our Leadership Counsel....we have our goofy side too.
|Biggest zucchini I have ever seen!|