Well... thinks are going great!!! I love my new area and the people here are amazing. We just had two baptisms this last weekend. One was a sixteen year old girl named Arielle and the other was a little girl named Brenda. I will send pictures. The two services were great. This is the best ward I have had yet in the mission. It looks like I will be baptizing another four or five in these last weeks. It is so great to just go to work with all the experience and all the faith that I have been able to gain these last two years. I wish I could start over knowing what I know now.
We went to Teotihuacan today which was pretty fun. Teotihuacan are these huge ruins just north of the city. I will send pictures.
I can't even begin to tell you all how thankful I am to God for all of you. These have been the best two years FOR my life!! I know that Christ lives. I love you all!!
ps. So I don't know if it would be a big deal, but as a homecoming gift I only want/need one thing..... NEW SCRIPTURES in english. I have a new way of marking my scriptures and I am dying to start with the scriptures in english. And I would like big ones like Dad's. Not the normal small ones. Big ones!!!! haha Love you
So I am now in Escuadron with Elder Hernandez from Honduras. We have some amazing investigators. Just this week we put two on date for this same week. One is a sixteen year old girl names Ariel and the other is a little girl named Brenda. I will send pictures. Oh.. and about pictures... I got my camara stolen. Luckily I had already put most of my pictures on a seperate memory, but I am still pretty sad. After the baptism of Pilar and Jesus last week it was not where I had put it. I searhed through the church for a good twenty minutes but... nothing. But my companion has one so it is all good.
I am now district leader and it is great. I have y first meeting in just a couple hours. I am excited. I never really had a chance to be a district leader because the first time I was district leader I couldn't even speak spanish and I had no idea what I was doing. It is going to be fun now that I have a little more experience.
I am very grateful for the chance to be with Elder Hernandez. It is a new experience for my to be with someone who has very little experience in teaching. I am learning a lot though.
I love you all and I can't wait to see you all. I know that Jesus Christ is my Savior. He lives!! And because He lives there is nothing that we can't do.
Well... we just did the transfers here and to finish my mission I will be training and will be a district leader. The rest of the mission doesn't know yet but they will find out in a couple days. Elder Leon, who was my sixth companion in the misson will be taking my place as assistant. I am way excited and I know I am going to learn a lot in these next six weeks. The area presidency wants all missionaries to finish their mission training. I should be a great last transfer.
Tomorrow we have two baptisms. Their names are Pilar and Jesus, Pilar's son. I am so excited. Our hard work for the last couple months is finally paying off. Elder Bastian and Elder Leon should have a lot of baptisms these next few months.
I wish I had more time to write you but with all the things we had to do today i am out of time. I love you all so much.