This week was pretty good though, kinda crazybecause all the zone leaders and sister training leaders came in and we have to account for the money they have to do divisions which is about a 10 hour project. I actually didn't have my passport because it got too full and we sent it to Buenos Aires to get more pages added, so Elder Johnson crossed over and did everything in Paraguay, I think it was an interesting experience for him because he had never done it before. I guess that is the best way to learn. Now it's time to go over everything and make sure he´s got it done before i head out. There are 15 missionaries leaving this change and 17 coming, so it should be a busy next week, I probably won´t be able to write. I'll probably let you know where I'm going, but that's about it. I'll have a regular pday next
Yesterday there was no power in the office, so elder Worthington and I went and did divisions all day and it was actually pretty nice to get out all day and work. The night before was the Iguazu trip and we had finished cleaning up from the leadership council and everything at aboutAt i got out of the shower and realized we hadn't given anyone the money to travel or get in to the park in Iguazu. So we went back to the office and ended up getting home at . So yesterday we were working all day and i may have fallen asleep during a lesson haha, but things went really well. We talked to one of our investigators who accepted the invitation to get baptized and there is a partial member family that we are working with as well who are really cool. Also, a few other investigators are doing well, so things are not going to badly. I think i learned it's important to work hard even if you are leaving. President always tells us we aren't here to work for ourselves or to try to gain recognition, but to help God´s work. Even if we are leaving an area or have been there a long time and we don't see that there will be a baptism or something while we are still there, it doesn't matter because the only thing that matters is that we are working hard and trying to help the work continue. It was something that was tough for me earlier in the mission, but I've definitely learned the importance of that principle.
Today, Brother Pereya, the taxi guy, had all 9 of us plus 2 other elders here over for lunch haha 11 of us because it's our last week. Elder Magdaleno, Choez and I are all leaving the office. The lunch was really nice. It´ll be weird leaving an area and ward that i have been in for so long, but i think change is good.
I´ll have to think about the classes and the schedule and stuff that you sent me, but it looks okay. I'll let you know, I'll see if i can get some time to look at the byu website.
Thanks for everything and have a great weekend!!
Love, Elder Roberts