Not really, malta, which tastes like coffee, but still! I´m in love!
Dear family and friends,
week started out miserably hot. I was sweating everywhere. I couldn´t
get dry. after running in the mornings, I would be dripping. Too much
information? Just trying to paint a picture. And then on Thursday I
woke up and put on some airy clothes and it was freezing. What?
Argentina´s worse than Utah with the weather. It´s been cold and
raining ever since and I have another cold. Great.
But the members are starting to realize that I can´t eat as much
as past missionaries. They still call me the grandote, but they serve
me less and don´t make me eat another plate. They can call me what they
want because I´m finally feeling good after lunches instead of having
Estevan was baptized! Remember my investigator in Utah that
couldn´t be baptized because he was on probation? Well he was baptized
last week and I´m soooo happy. He´s amazing. Probably the biggest turn
around I´ve seen yet on my mission and I´m so grateful that I could see
I´m sending another package of letters soon!
So this week
was draining. We´re working with a lot of less actives and they are
doing fantastic! 4 different families came to church this week! But we
have no investigators. We´re looking and looking and trying to get the
members involved, but they´re getting tired. I woke up exhausted.
More tired than I´ve ever felt, but we´re going to keep working to find
the prepared ones!
This week we also had to Rosario. An area seventy, Nicolas Di
Giovanni came and spoke to us. It was an amazing conference and gave me
the strength I needed to keep going. I even contacted on the bus ride
home (something I never do because I´m usually sleeping) and I met the
most amazing lady. She took a plan of salvation pamphlet and was
excited to read it. And she´s from Arroyo Seco! Wahoo! It was a
booster for sure.
Yesterday there was a car show, so there was loud music right
outside during sacrament. The first counselor started dancing. haha.
And then the man giving the last talk sang a whole hymn. It was