Villahermosa | Mexico
Called To Serve
July 2018 - July 2020
What up everyone!!!!
Holy shaz! It has been a freaking crazy day! hahaha I got transferred to a place called Macuspana, Tabasco with a gringo comp named Elder Wilde. To get here completely sucked! hahaha We had to walk through the streets of Villa with all of our maletas in the pouring rain! It didn't help that I have 3 freaking suitcases lol. It blows but I need my stuff! I had to make room for my Krusteez pancake mix hahaha. Macuspana is a way cool area but it's a super weird situation because they are splitting our area into 2 and another set of elders came today as well. We are living 4 in the house which is really gonna be interesting. hahahaa The house is a little different i'll have to admit! There aren't any lights! hahaha So when it's dark it will just be dark! hahaha. The situation is pretty different because Elder Wilde is going to teach us the area this week and then he's going to leave and I will get another comp here! So basically all 4 of us will be super lost for a while hahahah but that's the mish! I'm super excited about this cambio though an know it's gonna be dope!
This last week was pretty depressing I'm not gonna lie. All of the members were so sad that I was leaving! It made me want to stay so bad but what can you do. We ate more tacos and drank more coke that I ever have in my life! hahaha I've been in Mexico for almost 6 months! Can you believe it?! Like every family that we were visiting wanted to do something crazy for my last week in Frontera so I wouldn't be surprised if I have gained a couple pounds.
This last Thursday we had our interviews with President which I always think are super cool. He leaves in Junio so I'll have a new Pres for the second half of my mish! After our interviews we went and got another Dairy Queen which is just like a little taste of heaven hahaha.
Well thats all i got the week so I hope you're satisfied. Hope you all have a great week!
I love you all - the church is true!
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