So a whole bunch of great things happened this week it feels like!
To Start off, WE HAD THE BAPTISMS!!! And they were super awesome! It was very spirtual and it was in all honest beyond what words could describe. You could tell that they had all wanted to be baptized. I had the opportunity to baptize Franco y Thiago, the oldest and the youngest of the hijos, so that was a really awesome experience for me.
I was asked to sing a primary song with one of the Sister missionaries, I think it was “I like to look for rainbows,” or at least this is what I think it is in English. It was really awesome. We had a whole bunch of people there to, it was like 60ish or possibly more! It was really an awesome experience.
We also had to go to Rosario so that was a whole bunch of fun, and found out that next week we have to go back again. It is super expensive to travel, but we are getting reimbursed so that is good.
We have been so consumed in working with the family for baptism that it was a bit difficult to do other stuff between needing to travel and teach, but the week was good.
President Zanni and his family were in our Branch, and so that was really awesome! He and his wife talked with some of our investigators that need to get married and the like, and, well, I think they are getting ready to start prepping. It was all super awesome, and seriously, I do not know of another mission president that loves their missionaries like he does, it is crazy sometimes! He does so much, and the work in Rosario is really pressing forward.
I’ve been talking A BUNCH (not that that is a surprise to anyone that knows me) but IN SPANISH! And my companion has been making me talk on the phone (which I normally do not like) but I can sorta understand people.
I’ve been more or less directing the lessons so to speak and the language is becoming second nature. I have to think more about how to speak and write in english more than I have to think and write in Spanish, so that is always good.