Villahermosa | Mexico
Called To Serve
July 2018 - July 2020
This week went by so fast I can't believe it! We're in the last week of the cambio now and then I'll get a new comp here in Frontera! We had a pretty dang good week I'd say. This week we didn't have any baptisms but we found quite a few new people to teach and we're hoping we'll be able to baptize them in the next cambio! One of the people we found is a 14 year old boy named Alexis who we contacted at his house. We don't contact much but for some for some reason we bumped into him and he is actually loving the church! We've been teaching the lessons and stuff and if he can come to church more he wants to be baptized in a few weeks! He is an awesome kid and I think he's gonna progress super fast hahaha. This last friday we did divisions with another companionship in our district because my comp had to do some interviews. I stayed here in Frontera with a little Peruvian named Elder Florez and who was freaking funny hahaha. He lives in Lima and he thought it was hyped that Hunt served in Arequipa! He was telling me all about the culture and stuff down there and about the Guinea pigs that they eat called Cuy or something? It sounded dope hahaha. We just visited people all day and then Albrecht and the comp of Florez came back to Frontera. Florez and Jales got stuck here because there were no more taxis or combis driving back to their area because it was too late! They had to crash at our house which was quite the adventure might I say hahaha. They said that my spanish is getting pretty good though so that made me super pumped!
We're going to have another baptism this week! His name is Kevin and he is 9, super awesome kid. His whole family went inactive so he never got baptized but we've been visiting them and everything so they're coming back to church! It's a pretty for sure baptism but honestly you never know with some of the people down here hahaha.
Today for p-day we didn't do much. Just cleaned house and went to chill at the bishops! His wife made us some bomb tostadas that were freaking amazing. Well, that's pretty much my week. We didn't do anything for Thanksgiving because people have no idea what it is here. hahahah That's ok though cause only one more month until Christmas!
Love you all! Good luck this week.
"You hold in your hands the happiness of more people than you can ever imagine."
Letters From Mexico