Villahermosa | Mexico
Called To Serve
July 2018 - July 2020
Buenas Tardes party people!
I completed 6 months in the mish this past week! How freaking crazy is that?! It was so funny Elder Wilde and I got home and Elder Pacheco and Elder Horne had boughten a bunch of stuff to celebrate hahaha. They hooked me up with a nice tiara that says "Futuro Novia" hahahah and nice rubber chicken and stuff like that hahaha It was sooo funny! I actually burned a tie hahaha I didn't think I was going to but I just though why not? I mean I'm in the middle of Mexico why not go crazy like the rest of the people here! That was probably the highlight of the week for sure.
We have some awesome people that we are teaching right now too! We have like 4 people that want to get baptized really bad but none of them are married hahaha. We think at least one of them will get married this week so hopefully we'll have a baptism on Saturday!
The ward here in Macuspana really is super awesome too. We get like a million references so it keeps us busy for sure! Then in this ward they do a ton of activities which is way fun for us because we can have some fun during the week and "work" at the same time hahaha. We have actually gotten a few people from the activities so it's dope. We play volleyball every Wednesday and Friday and then we have our English class on Saturday! It's a super fun way to get involved with the members and it gives you a nice little break too. On Sunday, one of the members invited us over to eat and watch the Super Bowl so that was fun. A boring game but fun to hang with the members.
Today we went and helped an hermana cambia houses which is pretty much what I've practiced my whole life for am I right mom? Hahaha except here they don't have anything so we finished in like an hour hahah. Otro que eso we didn't do much just chill! This next week should be good I hope. We have conference on Wednesday which always makes me super pumped hahaha. Ok, love you all! I'll see you later!
6 MONTHS YEEHAW!!!
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