Wow, this week was an emotional rollercoaster! It is really exhausting when you experience a lot of emotions in one day. But that day ended in the sister of Daiana and Candela asking when the next baptism service is. Yes, we are baptizing this family one person at time and helping them build their eternal family one step at a time, falta only los padres now. [missing only the parents now]
With all the ups and downs and loopty loops that have happened in the last week, not only with all the changes in the mission, but in our little rama de pinamar, [Branch of Pinamar] supuestamente el más tranquila area in the mission, [supposedly the more quiet in the mission area] pero por ahora, [but for now] hay muchas cosas happening [there are many things happening]...Satan is definitely strong here in Pinamar and he is attacking every little corner. Some days I feel like my head is going to explode with the work that we have to do to help this rama [Branch] and strengthen this area. But we are going to take it one day at a time.
My new comp is awesome, not only because our name is Snow White...haha but she has a super strong testimony and has been thru some hard experiences. She is an amazing missionary for only being out 3 months, and she doesn´t know English. Which is a good thing, we are able to communicate with what Spanish I know and she is helping me learn more everyday. She is definitely an example to me.
I am excited for the next 5 weeks and we will see what happens with everything going on. I know that with the Lord we can turn this rama [Branch] around, and it might be super difficult at times, but like we tell our investigators and members, with total faith and trust in the Lord, absolutely everything is possible. Until next week, hope all is well.
A poem that describes the feelings of a mission better than I can-