This week was great too. I'm glad that you all had a good time in Waterton and that no one got hurt from all that hiking. I know that I'm dying right know from walking like 12 miles a day, mainly because my metro card ran out and we cant buy a new one until tomorrow. It’s been quite tiring, but good exercise.
Unfortunately the "Hurricane" was really nothing. All that happened was a little more rain than normal and some wind, but we were still cooped up in our house for like two days with pretty much nothing to do. It was SOO boring. Mainly because we didn’t have any games to play and and I can only read the scriptures for so long before my attention starts to wane. It was kinda funny because we live in a basement and we we're all kinda hoping that it'd flood and there'd be some kind of action, but nothing. So now we're all hoping that another hurricane comes because the season doesn't end until October, so..fingers crossed. As for the earthquake I didn't even feel it, which was also a bit of a bummer, but hey, we're really hoping that these things soften some people's hearts and that we can find those who are now ready.
Unfortunately because we we're told to be inside, we weren't able to meet with Gabino or Sandra this week and they're super busy during the week, so that makes things hard sometimes, but I'll let you know the next time that I see them. Hopefully that will be this week. Aside from them we're working with a couple of nine year olds who are both pretty much ready for baptism. Their older brother is a member (less-active) so we're trying to baptize them and reactivate the brother. Their names are Christian and Crystal. They are twins and really love going to church, so we're working with them to hopefully baptize them sometime in the near future. I hope that it will be before my hump mark, which is right around the corner.
I can't believe that tomorrow is already September again. It's crazy! I've kinda been thinking a lot about my mission so far and how I’ve changed and I really don’t notice a huge change, but that’s partly because I'm me and I never really notice change. What I've heard from all of you is that you have noticed changes in me, I just hope that they are good ones. I did want to change in some ways, but don’t worry, I'm still the same
Anyways, my time is up at the library for today. Hopefully I'll get a second or two later to write a little more at the church before English class, but if not I hope you all have a great week and that all goes well in the transition to school next week.
Les Quiero mucho,