|Missionaries of the Argentina, Posadas Mission serving|
in Paraguay, with Elder Gonzalez of the Seventy and his wife
But the rest of the week was good as well! Found some good people that we are teaching and everything is getting a little bit easier and little bit more normal haha! I'm adjusting. But I am sleep talking in Spanish, so my companion says. So I guess that's a good thing! Haha I guess I sleep talk allottt.
And it's reallly funny, sometimes we will go up to people's houses and clap, which is like knocking on the door in the US, and a little kid will run out and then run back in, and then run and tell us that his parents aren't home, without us asking. And then we ask him, "Well, can you ask your parents when the best time to come back would be?" and he runs back in to ask them........ so obviously they are home but they just told their little 5 year old to come out and tell us they weren't. hahahaha It's pretty funny.
But nothing too exciting happening, just some warm weather and some weird bowel movements. But anyway this past Swe were expecting some people to show up to church, some of our investigadores and we had worked pretty hard to find them and teach them and stuff and were really hoping they would come. I was praying they'd come and all that good stuff. We showed up and waited for a while and no one came...and I was super disappointed and sad and stuff, but then all of a sudden, 3 people, friends of members, came, just randomly and it was really cool. We just found three new people to teach, and they're all excited to hear the message, which is kind of rare... being excited about it hahaha, but it was pretty cool!
Anywayyy hope everyone is doing well! talk to you next week!
Some photos courtesy of Sister Stephanie Craven and Sister Camille Anderson
|Sisters and elders from the MTC group|
|At the Asuncion, Paraguay Temple|