This week has been great, a really good way to finish off these two years.
We had a stake activity Snight with investigators and recent converts and menos activos, and Michel bore his testimony and shared his conversion story and it was so cool to be sitting there seeing someone so strong in the church who has just done what he should. He is such a good friend, I'm going to miss him.
Hugo came to church and they announced his baptism to the surprise of his wife and older son, who were super confused, then super happy. People were crying and coming up to him happy because it's been like 12 years now since he has been with his wife but not a member.
Sister Eddy treated us to Belgium waffles Tmorning, so dank! And so today after our baptism, we're picking up the new assistant from Tres Cruces, it's Elder Mecham! I was with him like 3 weeks ago, he is super cool and really calm and kind and manso. So today this morning I packed and got things clear for him to come in and have some room to move in. Then after church we're going to San Jose like an hour away to get the new financer, then to President's house, which is like 1.5 hours away to have our changes meeting, good bye dinner with the office elders, and then we start change week. Tuesday we go get the new missionaries. Wednesday I end and we'll go to the temple with the Eddys and have a family night that night. Then I see the groms (My parents) here in Uruguay!!! It'll be super fun to see everyone with my parents!
I'm so grateful for all of the things that I have experienced here in the mission. I will never be the same. I just can't be. I am so thankful for our Savior who takes us where we are and helps us be something more. Something we wouldn't be able to be if it weren't for him. I think I've really learned that here. I am thankful for all of the support from friends back home too! Hopefully I'll be able to repay it some way in the future!
I love you guys! See you soon!
The Eddys took us for a goodbye lunch, so kind!
Me trying to block Jake's Peñarol logo... He turned 16 on the 29th!!!
When the Eddys hit one year here in Uruguay!!!
Michel and Elder Hunt leaving this activity.
Cascarillas de cacao... do we have that in the states? Like cacao shells?
You pour in hot milk and sugar and it's like dank hot chocolate
My last District meeting!!!
My district leader Elder Newman, such a good guy!
Good bye lunch with the Wankiers, they're so awesome!
We found some new nice people to teach and we kinda struck up a friendship and they gave us these mates...
So the top part they cut off, hollow out, and flip upside down, and that's what you drink the yerba out of.
I cut mine and it's drying out right now.
He makes the dankest pancakes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And Sister Eddy gave me a buttermilk syrup recipe and it was awesome! Great day.