I feel like I'm in real Louisiana now. I've been in suburb/city my whole mission, and now I'm in the country/bayou. It's nuts! To save myself some time, I'm just going to write a list of all the things that are similar/different from Kenner to Houma. Here's all the different stuff:
Cajuns, real Louisiana food (everyone here found out I've been eating Hispanic food my whole mission and now we have 7 or 8 appointments this week with promises of gumbo, jambalaya, crawfish, and other things I forgot. I'm pumped), english people (I've been struggling in lessons this week with remembering gospel vocab in english), lots of trees, swamp everywhere, tons of seafood shacks, tons of trailer parks (hello tracting!), hardly any Hispanics, an INCREDIBLE ward mission leader (the guy has spreadsheets of all our investigators and less actives and coordinates everything with everyone. he's amazing), huge plantation houses and just super nice houses in general, alligator shops, and lots of other stuff. It's crazy.
Transfers were crazy as usual. It was weird packing up all of my stuff because I had been in the Kenner apartment for so long. But I quickly got over it because the Houma apartment is brand spankin new. Like never been lived in up until 4 weeks ago new. I feel like I'm living in a fancy hotel. It's awesome! Also, I love my new companion SO MUCH! This is going to be an amazing transfer, I can just tell. The only problem is that she's a die-hard Ute fan. Gross. So I've been wearing extra amounts of BYU lately, and she's been wearing lots of Ute stuff. Good thing it's not football season because that would seriously affect our comp unity. :)
Alright I think that's it for now. I love you all lots! Have the best week ever!