Villahermosa | Mexico
Called To Serve
July 2018 - July 2020
Que dice familia?!
This week went by super fast but nothing really happened hahaha. Another storm came in and so it rained dang hard on Thursday, Viernes, Saturday, and Sunday. Which really blows for working when all you do is walk around outside hahaha. It's so weird here whenever it rains or is "cold", people shut themselves in there houses and don't want to talk or visit with us at all. That's ok though!
We found some awesome people this week despite the trash circumstances. One is a joven named Adolfo who has like 19 years and is sooo dope. We taught him the restauracion and everything and then he told us he wants to become like us and share the gospel with todo. So I mean that's freaking sick, right? hahaha We're hoping he can be baptized in the next few weeks but we'll see what happens. Another is a lady named Xiomara who has 21 years and is practically what you call a golden investigator. Other than the fact that she and her "esposo" aren't married hahaha. Her boyfriend is a member but inactive. His mom is a super active in the ward. She introduced Xiomara to the church and gave her a book of mormon and everything and when we showed up to teach her she just straight up told us she wants to get baptized hahaha. So right now we're helping her so that she can get married and then in the next few weeks she should be good to go! Awesome people here in Macuspana la verdad.
Today for pday we went and played soccer with the joveness in the ward which is always dang fun. They also had a basketball and everyone wanted to play me hahaha I mean I'm trash but they think I'm like the next Kobe but white lol. Then we went with an Hermana in the ward and I taught her how to make crepes! So dang good and they all love crepes for some reason hahaha. Well, that's all I've got for this week!
Oh, also we ate a giant turtle this week!! It's called Wow and it is freakin weird hahaha. It tastes pretty good but the meat is all slimy and stuff hahaha. Ok that's it!
I love you all. Viva México!
"You hold in your hands the happiness of more people than you can ever imagine."
Letters From Mexico