Villahermosa | Mexico
Called To Serve
July 2018 - July 2020
Good news I'm a papá!!! Hahahaha We had cambios today and I found out that I'm training! Today we went to Villa to pick up mi hijo and it's definitely going to be interesting. His name is Elder Sandoval and he's from Sinaloa, Mexico! Not gonna lie I'm a little nervous but it's all gonna be good. He's suuuuper shy though so we've gotta break him out a little bit and get him into the mission life. We literally just talk to people all day hahah. It's gonna be awesome though!
This last week was pretty dang uneventful la verdad. We were hoping that we were going to baptize Fernando y Irene this weekend (the people that need to get married) but the paper that they need didn't get here until today. Entonces I think we are going to have their baptism this week. Honestly who knows hahaha The legal system down here is such garbage you never know what is going to happen! Pero tenemos fe que los Mexicanos puedan sacar sus pulgares de sus anos y cumplir las cosas con bien lol. We also are teaching this joven named Julio who has 14 years and honestly is what they call a "golden investigator" hahaha This week we went for a followup cita and asked him how his reading went and he said "ahh well I mean it was alright, I wasn't able to read that much, only like 6 or 7 chapters" hahahaha That doesn't sound like bastante but here it's like impossible to get people to keep compromisos hahaha. Then he said "I don't know how anyone couldn't believe this, this goes along with everything exactly" hahaha es como no manches bato, honestly a super cool kid and he'll get baptized next week!
Yesterday to finish off the cambio strong Wilde and I went big and rode around in one of those triciclos from nacho libre hahaha. Just about the most mexican thing ever but it was dope! Well, that's pretty much all I've got. Hope everyone is having a good time back home and wish me luck with mi hijo!!!
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