Monday, November 16, 2015


Monday all we really did was write home and then another day at work! It was a good day—a really, really good day. Then Tuesday we went to Pampa Michi with the zones Tarma, Satipo and La Merced. We ate steak, salad, rice and fries. Basically we played volleyball all day.  It was really, really fun! Other than that, nothing much happened.

 Our "home gym"

Wednesday, we had a multi zone conference. President came, everything was really, really nice.  We had some good training-nothing really to mention but I wrote some notes down and have learned a couple things. Thursday was a sweet day—we had eight lessons and got three new investigators. Javier and his family are doing really well and we had another meeting with them that next day too.  We got up Thursday morning at 5:10 to go play basketball with Elder Y and Livingston, Elder Glassett and Gutierrez—the office staff, over in La Merced. We had a good time.

Me and Elder John

Friday we had a sweet day. We had seven lessons and we had a good meeting with Javier and his family!  He bought us pizza again—just so cool, and they're doing really, really well—we're having a good time! Saturday we also had six more lessons. We are seriously killing it, I don't know what it is but we’re just having a really, really, really good week! Everything is going well! We had seven people in church on Sunday, new investigators and a couple of less actives were there.   All are progressing really well and we had a good day of lessons afterwards. Then, we had a good Ward Council meeting—which is good! Last week we had an assistance of 165 and this week, it’s 145. This is still really good. We ended this week with 35 lessons, 8 new investigators, and that is just crazy!  That is the most lessons I have ever had—and they were all good, effective lessons—not just like a little prayer and stuff. They were all good lessons!

I would love to stay here for Christmas, but I am also fine with leaving, I think that all the success we are having is going to be all finished by the time I leave, or by that next week, because we put another two investigators with a baptismal date. We have a total of 7 right now, 5 for the 28th of November and 2 for December 2nd.  We should be putting a date with 5 more as well. My companion is STRUGGLING with Spanish. And that is horrible for him—seriously.  I try to help him by practicing and games and studying.  His stomach is a little better, or he is just getting used to it!  Poor guy! We are going to that big waterfall , Bayoz, as a zone today which is why I am on early. I guess we are going to head to the jungle and play with the monkeys! Should be fun!  Love you guys!  

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