Well this week again has gone by super fast.
Today we went to El Centro (big outdoor mall area) with some other Hermanas and we randomly found a bunch of other missionaries there so it was fun. We went and saw this King Tut museum then went and ate and then went looking at shops!
On Wednesday we had a zone meeting and we did an Anti-Nephi-Lehi activity where buried our "weapons of war." Like we actually dug a hole behind the church and put in a box of papers with bad habits we have/negative things written on them in it. It was great!
On Friday we had intercambios (where you spend a day with a missionary leader instead of your companion) and that also helped me a ton! I learned a lot and realized a lot of things that I need to change. This week we're working on being more dedicated and more selfless in the work and it's going well so far!
Janeth is great! In spite of all the trials she's having she keeps persevering and going to church and everything. Her daughter is going to be in the Primary Program next Sunday and her son was amazingly able to leave her side to go to Young Men's class. It was awesome. (: Even though right now we don't have many investigators that are actually progressing, she definitely gives us hope.
Just wanted to give a shout out to my parents! Here, and now more than ever, I have realized how lucky I have been to have them. I am so grateful for the way I was raised and that my parents have always stayed strong in the gospel and church. I am realizing now how hard that is for a lot of people. I definitely wouldn't be the person I am now if my parents hadn't been the parents they were and are. Mom, dad, you guys are seriously the best and my heroes and I am more thankful for you every day. (:
This work is WONDERFUL. There is no place I'd rather be. The thought that I'll be home in a little over 3 months is terrifying and I do not want to leave! Service brings the best kind of joy. (:
Have a wonderful week, I love and miss you all.
All the missionaries in our zone with Jesus.
One of the pictures from our zone activity last monday.
The view from our roof of the Popocateptl volcano.
On a huge chair en El Centro