Family and Friends,
Another week, can't believe it. It was a great one. The beginning of the week was pretty normal missionary work, still great.
On Thursday to Friday we had intercambios, but we are doing them different in the mission now. Hermana Maza and I both went to the area of the sister training leaders for the day. It felt weird leaving our area 'naked' for the day, but was a good experience. I do always learn from intercambios. I was with Hermana Staker, who I absolutely love.
Victor was baptized on Saturday! He's a great kid. It was a beautiful baptism. His great-grandma, who is member, had the cutest, biggest smile the whole day. The Spirit was really strong during his confirmation Sunday. I'm really excited to see the great things he does in his life!
Sunday we had interviews with President Pack. He's a great President. I always feel so inspired to become a better missionary after meetings with him.
This week I also learned where chocolate comes from, a fruit! No, I didn't know. I'll attach the photo. The chocolate is inside the seeds, that have to be dried out. The white part is the fruit you can eat. I hope you've all enjoyed your week!
Dilenny- one of my favorite little girlsJairo, Victor, Hermana Maza, and I
Victor with his mom and great-grandmaSome of the great Young Men of Barrio 8
Dora and SamuelManuel, Otilia, GemaCacao – where chocolate comes from