"There´s 7 diferent kinds of sherbert, floating in that Spirte! Dude, that ain´t right!"
I started off the email like that because our zone had baptisms this week, so that meant that we could have a companionship activity. Elder Ureta and I went to a mall call Condado Shopping and I ordered McDonalds for the first time in Eucador. Fries and nuggets were the same, burger was nappy, prices were soaring, and the sprite had little floaty things in it...I testify that McDonalds is better in the states.
Other good news is that Elder Ureta and I are staying in Comite del Pueblo one more change! We were praying super hard to be able to stay here. The wards love us and are getting stronger. Last night we advised some investigators that one of us might leave, and they told us to call them when we knew the changes. The wife answered, and when the husband in the background heard, he screamed out "WAHOO!". It could be heard throughout all the building haha.
We are working with 3 investigators who have a baptismal date for the 26th of March. The first 2 are a couple, Fabain and Maricela (Fabian is WAHOO guy). They are a reference from a recent convert. They arent married, but have the goal to be married on the 11th of March so they can fully keep the commandments! We have only visited them a short time, but have already hand many spiritual experinces. The other is Natalia. She is the wife of a member and they just moved into the ward. The husband has the sickest wardrobe and hair-do, I just might copy him when I get home. (Ill send a pic of him next week). Natalia already has the goal to be sealed in the temple and raise her kids in the church, so we have a big responsibility to help her gain a testimony.
So, thats pretty much it. I love this Gospel. It brings more happiness that anyone can ever imagine. Keep it real, keep it cool, and remember: Mormons can be Buddhists too.
Halftime during lunch
Made encebollado for a FHE (they gave the recipe)