So we had cambios again and I get to stay in Las Misiones 2 with Hna Mamán! Which is awesome because we have some amazing investigatores with baptismal dates this cambio and also we will be able to celebrate our birthdays together!!!May is the best month!!!
And our other investigator Sara told us that she would like to serve a mission!!! So cool! It's super amazing to see people growing in their faith and trust in the Lord and watching them become happier with the light of Christ. I love being a missionary!!!!
Hna Sara our pincionesta went to the hospital this week which was scary but she has since returned home and we are eating lunch at her house again. I'm glad she is recovering. She is one of my favorite people here.
We changed to the other district in our zone so now we are in the same district as the other companionship of hermanas in our ward which is cool but like all the gringos are in this district and my companion was whining about going to the "distrito de los gringos" but Elder Lefgren is our district leader and he's really nice so I think it will be a good change.
We watched Moana again this last Monday but in Spanish! Which was really cool! I could actually understand a lot! and realized that they were saying things different than the Spanish subtitles were saying. idk why. But I learned the phrase "ni te metas" from it which was hilarious. The songs are actually really good in Spanish too.
OK that's all this week!
Bolivia is doing great ha ha I hope you all have a wonderful week and I challenge everyone to Count your Blessing this week! I promise there a more than you can fit on both hands!!
Love you all and thank you for your prayers and support!!
Love and Luck from Bolivia
photos from the zoo and baptism and a giant couch we made out of the extra mattresses we had from when the other hermanas visited.
So this week we wanted to go to the zoo for our zone activity so we changed our p day to Wednesday but then Tuesday night they called half our zone into immigrations (which usually happen early Wednesay morning) so that kind of ruined our p day. But we still went to the zoo and saw some cool animals including llamas and jaguars (the Latinas were joking by asking the jaguar "how are you doing" because you pronounce jaguar How are almost in Spanish) and it was cool but REALLY COLD because we didn't really have rain coats and it poured the whole time. So were didn't see all the animals that were hiding and we were jumping over small lakes in the sidewalks. I gave up once my shoes were totally soaked through. We did see a monkey eating a banana though so that was pretty much worth it all. Then we went to the plaza and got food. I got Chinese food but it all tasted like soy sauce. That's it. Just soy sauce.
Then I got a cool t shirt and wallet from a Bolivian gift shop.
And then Thursday morning they called us in again for immigrations!
So I have my visa and I think the next step is I'm going to get my license to be here finally.
This week we had a lot of fun and did a lot of work and ate lunch with a young couple with baptismal dates which was fun. We ate Picamachu that was actually spicy which was great!
That's all I've really got time to write this week.
Me and Hna Mamán bought a ton of food that were excited to eat this week so there's that too. Including ravioli!!! Yassssss.
Also, we made a goal to speak English in the house at nighttime for her to practice but its really hard because she does not like to learn English unlike a lot of the Latinas! haha.
Alright love you all! Don't forget to study the scriptures and pray often! I hope this week goes amazingly for everyone and thank you always for your thoughts and prayers!!
luck and love from Bolivia