I know it's been awhile, sorry, but missionary works keeps me busy. Since I last posted Hermana Lefevre was my comp & I was in Arica, since then . . . . .
. . . . we went to the mummy museum with the oldest mummies in the world. It was pretty sweet, but also kind of a one time thing. All the mummies are liked wrapped in this cloth so you just see this blanket figure. Some of them have hands sticking out, and you can see the nails and everything, but yeah, not much else haha. Still cool though!
Normal teaching and whatnot. There are a lot of changes to the mission with President Dalton, but they're pretty much just like the way we report numbers and stuff like that. Nothing huge.
Today we all went to the beach and played around. We have the coolest missionaries here in Arica. Loving life and the mish. Hope all is well at home!
**Pic's from the Mummy Museum
. . . . Remember Paulina and Edgar?! They're getting married the Friday before transfers, 6th of September! I am so excited! They are willing to take this step in life without their families being present to be obedient to the commandments of God and also so she can get baptized. They are so wonderful!
This Friday, Elder Viñas of the Sevently will be here and we are having a conference. Should be good!!!
Sorry this email is so short, but it gets hard to write about things when we do the same thing everyday. But don't worry, I tell you all the cool stuff. We went to a horse jumping competition...whatever it's called in English, and it was pretty cool.
. . . . We had a conference on Friday with Elder Viñas, area 70. Of course, we were asked to do the musical number. It turned out really really good. It was a nice conference. I love conferences! I learn so much.
**Conference with Elder Viñas
¡Les amo mucho!