Como estan familia y amigos?? Me encanta mi mision y la obra esta progresando cada dia! Dios vive y la iglesia es verdadera! Que Dios les bendice con mucho felicidad y salud!
I can't believe this transfer is already over! Time goes by way too fast. Luckily I'm staying in Kenner for another 6 weeks! If I could, I would stay in this area my whole mission. Maybe that's just the greenie in me talking, but now I know the ward super well and I'm teaching piano (about 25 students) and I don't want to suddenly leave them hanging someday. We're also seeing so much progress and so many things start to blossom here, both with the ward and with the investigators. So yeah, here's to hoping I get to stay in Kenner for another 15 months! But of course if I leave at some point, I will love that area too.
Other random tender mercies of the week-- learning how to make empanadas with caramel, the beautiful 80 degree weather, finding 6 new investigators while tracting, playing with a 3 year old little girl named Dana (in Spanish it's pronounced like Donna) who's the daughter of a less active and having her say that we're best friends now and that she would miss me when we had to leave for another appointment, Sister Guerrero's jambalaya, when people actual keep their commitments and read pamphlets and the Book of Mormon, Sister Whitney's homemade tortillas, getting the LDS music material shipped in so I have material to teach with, getting to play the organ in church on Sunday, letters from my cute siblings (seriously the best ever, shout out to Jess, Megan and Andrew for being the best siblings ever!), and so many more things! Miracles are everywhere!
I love you and miss you all! I'll talk to you soon!