Ah! I'm done with training! I really can't believe I've been in the field for 3 months already. And Saturday was my 4 month mark from when I left. It has gone by so fast. I can't even explain!
Twelve Days of Christmas is going so good! So far our song goes like this...
10 little nice things
9 silly pictures
8 lessons with members
7 new investigators6 references received
5 Dominoes (pieces of pizza)
4 Quetz for English
3 Choco dips (ice cream cones from McDonalds or choco muffins...we had both)
2 singing contacts
and a testimony in sacrament meeting!
And everyone should be so proud because I have really really big stickers now in my book for completing my training.
This week, as always, was filled with adventures (aka inconveniences and trials that we turn into fun things). On the top of the adventure list this week would be getting lice. SO GROSS! I know. We found out that all of us 5 sisters in our house had it! It was horrible! The nurse and mission president's wife were freaking out. We were freaking out. It was bad! But it's okay. I'd be way more grossed out and upset about it if I wasn't living in Guatemala. Things happen. There's even a special shampoo here called Adios Piojos (goodbye lice), we thought that was hilarious. But we have made so many jokes making fun of our lice problem. It's really lightened the issue. We've really gotten a kick out of yelling 'We have lice!' in English to the weirdo men who flirt with us on the streets. So that's the adventure of the week. No one worry. 2 bottles of adios piojos and way too many jokes later, we are lice free!
I found out Monday that I'm staying in this area with Hermana G. I'm soo glad I'm staying! I love the people here and we have found some really awesome investigators this week. I know that Heavenly Father is keeping us here for a reason. I am so excited to spend Christmas here and to stay in an area that I love. But I'm even more excited to find the people who need my testimony specifically these next 6 weeks. I cannot explain how thankful I am to be a missionary. I have never been happier. I'm sure hard times are right around the corner, but I'm so excited to see how they'll help me grow.
Thanks for everything! And Love you all!
|Here is Alexis with her zone. So many Hermanas!|