Hermana activity of making crepes and skits with our 2 zones
Salteñas and coke is the blood of Bolivia
I went running in the morning with Hna Huber and came back to this! Happy 9 months! Hermana Orozco, Secce, and Canales made if for me :)
The hermanas in my apartment :)
Sorry my emails haven´t been coming through! hope this one makes it!
SANTA CRUZ is wonderful. I actually really love it, even if it´s humid! Here are some fun facts:
1. We have hipermaxi. It´s a little smaller than Walmart, but way bigger than anything in Tarija. I was in shock entering in. haha
2. Rav 4´s in blue must have been on sale here.
3. Everyone talks about how we don´t have a sea because Chile stole it from us. (Thanks Chile.)
4. I have no idea where they come from, but there are horse and buggies driven by teenage boys.
5. Because Santa Cruz is flat, it´s very windy. The fun part is that the clouds move very fast! It´s fun to look up because there´s always a different cloud. That must be how the time moves so fast here!
6. We live pretty close to a circus and e v e r y night at they play the same Bruno Mars song from 2010.
7. It is comprised by 8 rings. We are in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. So the ward has a little more money. Our ward mission leader bought us all BURGER KING in correlación and WE ATE THE LETTUCE. I will never take lettuce for granted again! Also he and his wife took us home, and I wore a seatbelt for the first time . It was a beautiful moment.
We got a call morning saying that the baptism we had planned for Yolanda and her son Antonio had to be rescheduled for because yesterday was elections. The law here is that you can´t have meetings of any kind election day. So better safe than sorry, we couldn´t have a ¨meeting¨ night. That also means no church yesterday. So we were on lock down yesterday. That will have been 4 days of February locked in!
Late news, carnaval was fun! We studied all morning, lunch, ¨personal projects¨ for 4 hours of writing a letter, reading conference talks, etc. at 5 dinner. Then read the missionary handbook for an hour, made goals. Watched the missionary transmision from January for 2 hours. Then planned for the next day. That was what we did for 3 days. Then did it again yesterday.
Everything here is wonderful! Hermana Orozco from Colombia says hello to all. We are working with so many families to get them baptized and Yolanda and Antonio will be baptized sí o sí. (That is a phrase here that means for sure! But directly translated is yes or yes!)
I love you all and hope everyone is nourishing their spirits by praying and reading the Book of Mormon EVERY DAY and not being a Mormon, but every day of the week :) You are all wonderful and Christ knows you all individually and is waiting with arm outstretched to bring you into His fold. Follow Him! It´s tough, but worth it.