- We had exchanges with the Hna Leaders, which kinda meant another day of not working in my own sector.
- I love my pensionista and her family. They`re absolutely adorable. And their 3 year old daughter says my name like Hermana Heeeewwww. She`s a cutie. And Carmen (our pensionista) said that their whole family missed me like crazy when one of the Hna Leaders was with my comp. And her daughter said "hey, where`s Hna Heeeww? I don`t want this one!" I love that family. haha
- We`re starting to change things in our sector. The ward is more willing to work with us, our investigators are progressing, we work really really well as a companionship (we basically laugh all day) and things are just... getting better. I love it :) I love that maybe, we`re making a difference here.
- My comp is AWESOME. She loves Doctor Who. WOOO!
- There`s a fruit truck that drives around at night (like at 6 or 7. but it`s pitch black outside) that has a little kid`s voice advertising their fruit and it`s... terrifying. His voice is terrifying. It`s honestly like the voice from that Doctor Who episode from Season 1 where they`re in WW2 and that gasmask kid is asking everyone "Are you my mummy?" Wow... that`s super geeky. And I didn`t realize I missed Doctor Who til right now. But seriously, his voice is terrifying. Hna Fernández and I both hate it.
- I went to Cusconight.
-morning we woke up at so we could catch our plane... but then the Elders who had our plane tickets and passports accidentally slept in, so we missed our flight. AND then I travelled back to Sicuani. Eventually I`ll make it to Lima. But that`ll be in a week or two. Yay.
- The Elders in our zone are hilarious, and awesome. They`re always making sure that we`re doing okay, it`s pretty funny.
- We`ve seen the Lord`s hand in our lives a lot this week. As we`ve been proselyting (how do you spell that?) we`ve been led by the Holy Ghost exactly where we needed to go and it`s been incredible. I love following the Spirit and I love being a missionary :)
Have an incredible week! Love you all!
I asked Keni if she caught that guinea pig in last week's picture and then had to make an oven to cook/eat it. I also asked why there wasn't a picture of the orange that was as big as her head. I asked her what Aguas Calientes means and I guess "hot water." Oh - and fish. I asked about the fish. The orange in the only thing she would have eaten in the States, so I had to inquire. Here is her response:
I ate fish TWICE that week. One of them had a tail. Fish isn`t half bad.
We did not eat the guinea pigs :) Plus, that one was a baby. There`s no "meat" on the babies. I don`t want to eat a guinea pig.
Going to Lima to either do the visa papers otra vez or to pick up my carnet. I think that`s called visa en Ingles?
Aguas Calientes... Ummm... Aguas Termales? Uh... Hot water that comes from the earth thanks to a volcano? I don`t know what they`re called. (Kelly here. I'm guessing hot springs or geysers).
I forgot the picture. And this week I forgot my USB thingy to read my camera card, so I`ll send it next week. It was a BIG orange. We used it to play games in our English calss. So fun!