February 23, 2015
February 16, 2015
February 9, 2015
February 2, 2015
So unfortunately, I don’t have much time to write this week because my companion has transfers and we have to travel early tonight. But I just want to let ya’ll know that I’m okay and that I will be staying here in Lagos. My new companion is Hermana Arias, though there are two here in the mission so I’m not really sure which one it is. So I guess next week will have more details. But here’s a picture of my district on our last Sunday. My district leader is Elder Kershaw from SLC (though he’s getting transfered to Queretaro) and his companion is Elder Romero from here in Mexico. And yeah! That’s kind of it for this week!
January 26, 2015
Here’s a little more Mexican scenery for you guys. I think this is in Leon, but I’m not really sure considering I snapped this on the bus.
January 19, 2015
A little bit of Mexican scenery for ya.
Then came the word of the Lord unto Presidente Mejorada, saying,
11 It repenteth me that I have set up Sister Sanabria to be senior companion: for she is turned back from following me, and hath not performed my commandments. And it grieved Presidente Mejorada; and he cried unto the Lord all night.
January 5, 2015
December 19, 2014
So yet again, no pictures. Sorry but apparently the computers here in Lagos do not like my pictuers. Lame.
Anyway, I hope ya’ll had an awesome Christmas! We had a pretty low-key one here. This one family invited us for both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day and oh my gosh, the food was so good. Then they got us presents which I totally was not expecting. Super sweet of them. The only downfall to Christmas was that absolutely no one was home. And the people who were, didn’t really want to listen to us while they were partying with their families. But we gave it our effort and that’s what counts. And yeah! There’s really not much else to say for this letter…
December 22, 2014
So, this computer I’m on doesn’t want to upload my new pictures, so you’re just going to have to deal with this picture of my house in San Miguel all decked out for the holidays. It’s a shame that I ended up moving a week after I finished decorating it all. But that’s just mission life for ya.
Anyway, this week has been an interesting one. Lagos de Moreno is a lot like San Miguel – excpet minus all of the tourists. Oh, it’s also like a million times hotter. Definitely getting that tan back. But so far I like it. The only thing is that it is SUPER Catholic. Like, they just now started letting missionaries back in because 20 years ago or something, the people kicked them all out. And this is the first year where there have been sister missionaries in this area, too. So that’s exciting. Also my companion still doesn’t know the area very well so the amount of times we’ve gotten lost this past week is kind of ridiculous. The good news is that we are now experts at reading a map. Just took us a few hundred tries to get it, haha.
December 15, 2014