I have 0 minutes to write you today!
Well, I have a little more than that, but it feels like zero.
I'm going to level with you for a second: this week has been very hard, maybe even the hardest week yet. We're still struggling to find new investigators to teach and I've been hit with the homesickness bug. It's crazy how much not-crying I've done.
I can't say this enough: Thank you thank you thank you for your support! There's no way I'd be able to do this without all of you.
And can you believe it? I've finished my first transfer (or 6 weeks)! On Tuesday, a fresh batch of greenies will be coming in and I will no longer be the youngest of the babies! It's an exciting, and also terrifying, thought.
On the 19th I'll be celebrating my 2-month anniversary of being a missionary, probably with Ben and Jerry's ice cream and a lot of missionary things to do. These past two months have flown by. I just know that I'm going to blink and I'll be going home.
One of our favorite families, the Palos, are moving to Wyoming for a few months! We helped them pack up the rest of their things and said goodbye to baby Rees, the chubbiest baby in the whole world. I sure will miss them!
|Our district picture (plus our zone leaders)! only took us 6 weeks to get one. :) We have a lot of goofballs, obviously, but I love it.|
Te quiero mucho (that's probably terrible Spanish, I'm sorry),
P.S. Next time you send me a letter, you should print out your favorite talk and send it to me. I'm trying to start a collection!