Saturday the stake did a mini MTC with the young men and young women. They had training Saturday morning. Then each companionship in the stake received a group of jovenes (umm...the only word that comes to mind to explain that word is youngsters.). We received 9 girls!!! We were like holy cow no one is going to want to receive 12 of us. So we did divisions. Hna E had 3 of them and I had 6. It was so crazy! And so fun! I felt like all of a sudden I had 6 daughters. They were so brave and contacted and taught and did awesome. We didn't teach anything I had planned, but that's okay. It was fun to see them get to teach. At the end of the day they slept at a members house and couldn't use their cell phones or anything so it was just a real mission experience (kinda.). How cool is that activity! They all bore their testimonies in church and want to go one missions. But I wish someone would have taken a picture of me and 6 little jovencitas trotting through the rain filled streets. I'm sure it was a great sight.
I'm feeling a lot better. But Monday Tuesday and Wednesday I pretty much didn't have a voice. I think it was good because Hna E had to take the initiative. I feel like I'm leaving with changes next week, so it was good for her to take the lead.
Thanks so much for all the love and support!
|My group of girls from the mini CCM.|
Imagine me all alone with these girls in a line behind me running around Guatemala.
|Other cute girls. They were with hna E.|
|This is an inactive guy. He's a member of a really pilas family. We thought he was older than he was because he had a mustache. So we told him to shave it off and he did. If only people would accept other commitments like he got rid of his mustache.|
|This is a recent converts daughter. SHE IS SO CUTE!|
|Look where we went yeterday! woo!|
|After eating crepes. I still eat a lot. I finished the elders crepes. One time my district leader say 'wow you eat like an Elder. And work like one too.' I quickly corrected him and told him I work like a SISTER! way harder than the elders.|
|We went to colinas again last week.|