through in one last letter. However, it will be short in terms of
words. I think I'll mostly send photos and call it good.
In the little that I will write, I will say this: this week has been
really cold. I hope it warms up quickly, because I don't won't to
remember a cold Trinidad for the rest of my life. It is much better
hot. There has also been a lot of rain in the week, a good thing since
Bolivia has been suffering a drought reciently. I think things are
Also, a little bit about the missionary work. We will be having one
baptism for sure for my last week as a missionary. We wanted to have
2 more, but the other candidates didn't have their interviews
yesterday, and we're not sure that we can get them done this week. I
guess they'll be for the next Elders that come...
And that's about all that I want to write for this letter. Nothing
much has passed this week, just trying not to be super trunky and get
something done to help in the future.
3 Juan 1:13-14
(13 I had many things to write, but I will not with ink and pen write unto thee:
14 But I trust I shall shortly see thee, and we shall speak face to face. Peace be to thee. Our friends salute thee. Greet the friends by name).
The night when we had 15 baptisms in El Dorado
Me when it's cold
One of my companions, E' Quiroga
My first companion, E' Rios
My first package recieved in the mission field
One of my companions, E' Guzman
My last foto with Pdte Zambrano
Hunting for investigators
One of my companions, E' Abrego
My first baptism in Los Pinos
One of my companions, E' Fleming
Me in a traditional dance hat, Tincu
One of my companions, E' Moreno
My first Carnaval, when we got locked in the house for 4 days
Not trunky, not trunky...
Me in a traditional dance hat, Macheteros
Me and a sloth
Me and another sloth
Me and another Elder walking and walking and walking...
One of my companions, E' Solano, and a flower that only blooms once a year.
Me exploring in a place I probably shouldn't have gone...
The alligator that bit me once.
Selfie with Pdte Cabezas!
One of my companions, E' Fusi