Monday, November 30, 2015

Week 75 in Mexico, Week 15 in Del Valle

Okay, so everything is going good so far.  I have decided that this week is going to go by super quick because we have to do splits 2 times, and I´ll have to do 2 baptismal interviews.  This week, the day when we were with the zone leaders, we were able to give 4 blessings the same day.  It was pretty cool, and we were able to help lots of people.  Today in the zone activity, it was pretty fun, we got to play volley ball, soccer, ultimate Frisbee, and eat pizza.  We liked it a lot, but we just had the problem of getting back on time.  

So this week was pretty good!  We started doing splits with the zone leaders.  I was with the American zone leader which was pretty cool.  Besides that we had a lot of stuff going on.  We had a stake conference this past Sunday.  President Egginton talked and the temple president talked too.  It was really good.  After that we saw President and his wife and that is where we took all of the pictures that are on Facebook.  We had a couple of investigators that went.  Ana was one.  The family that gave us food to eat on Thanksgiving also went.  Ana liked it a lot.  Some other people went, they have been going to church, and we went to go see them the first time yesterday, and it was pretty good.  They are pretty chosen, but they aren´t married.  The good news is that they just need his birth certificate, and to go sign the paper.  Besides that, there is this brother who always go with us, and his mom came to visit him because of the stake conference because he was going to be ordained elder.  Anyway, his mom brought us some stuff from the temple store in Mexico City.  She brought us new backpacks, that I´m going to send some pictures of.  They´re like special missionary backpacks, because they have a waist strap and stuff, and fits all the scriptures great.  He also bought me a new oil container because my other one started to leak a little.  So that was the big things that have happened this week.  
It was a good week.  Here are the pictures from Facebook. 
Elder Carey

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