I may be Christian, but my machete is not, is not the right attitude. -Pres. Aguiar (elders courm)
Hello folks! my heart has been ripped out today saying bye to the Medina family because they are so so so awesome! Hermano Medina started to cry when he said bye to me, and I couldn’t help but ball. I also had to say bye to Elder Averett he is staying here as ZL, and I will miss him and his guidance deeply. Me and Eddenfield surprisingly are going to the same zone and are pumped!!!! I cannot wait to start the work in Paraguay, and be Senior Companion and have new responsibility!
This week not a ton happened. we taught our investigator Ella from Connecticut, she is 22 and is here teaching English, she’s hot. Anyways, then we had an activity in the plaza with a table and pamphlets then I said screw this, and took out 20 Books of Mormon, and just started walking up to people giving them whole lessons! My comp hates that so he just sat there and took pictures of me and what not! We also got to do service this week, and boy do I love handling a machete! it was so so so much fun! I cannot wait to do service again!
That’s about it, sorry folks. I do wanna bare testimony and witness, that God has a plan for each of us, and that He knows us personally and places us in the situations WE need to grow and learn. I love you allllll!!!!!!!!!!!!
Off to Paraguay I go!!!:)