Tiempo es muy rapido en la mission. Mi primero transfer es casi fin.
So this week has had lots of things going on which makes time go by way to fast, Elder Brixton Call emailed me and he let me know that I’m already 11% done with my mission... estoy muy triste porque de este.
Anyways this week started out on a high note since there was an elderly couple that has been inactive for over 10 years that came to church! It was awesome and they agreed to let us over this last week and it was the first time they have let missionaries come over for the full time they were inactive. And not only did they invite over, but they actually invited some other less actives, investigators, and new members for a huge FHE. It was so spiritual and awesome! They are definitely reactivated and are jumping right into member missionary work which will help them and others so much!
We also had exchanges with a assistant to the president one day this week so we were in a tripanionship for a little while. It was pretty entertaining since the AP was a English missionary, so in the lessons me and Elder Barron had to translate what was going on for him and then translate what he said too. It was fun to have someone there that knew less Spanish than I did and it really showed me how far I’ve come in the last 11 weeks since I knew no Spanish before the mission.
Also alumni of Davis High, did any of you know a kid with the last name of Glissmyer? Because there is an elder in the mission who has been out for about 8 months that said he graduated from Davis in 2015.
Also this most recent Sunday was awesome too, we had the Palmas family come again and we had a family of investigators come that had never been before! It was awesome because usually we have to pull teeth to get people to church for the first time but this family came without us reminding them, and on the first time we challenged them to come! Oh, and btw this family is the family of Andy our miracle investigator from a few weeks ago. It was super awesome!
Love you all,
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