Dear family and friends,
Well the truth is this week was a little slow - we didn't even meet with most of our consistent investigators. It was a week of many people failing us, baptism dates getting dropped, and lots of rejection in the streets. Just one of those weeks. But we aren't letting ourselves dwell on it, today starts a new week! Also I received the email from my sister Maegan serving in Australia who told a story and reminded me of the importance of bearing our testimony and sharing what we know- the people then have the decision to accept or not. Even in the 'hard' weeks I am so grateful to be a missionary. There's always something to be grateful for. And learn.
This week we did have two more comidas with members. I love eating with the members, getting to know them more, and try all sorts of food. This week we ate with a spaniard family and ate all sorts of new food. I was pulling off heads of different seafood with eyes still attached to eat the meat. It was fun.
Hope you all have a wonderful week. Love you lots!
Last pday we had a birthday party, happy baptism, Mexican Independence Party with members of B6
Some days it's the chuches that help us keep going.