This was one wacky week.
Last Monday, after emailing you all, we went as a zone to some ruins way out in the cuts and played Nephite versus Lamanite capture the flag. It was a ton of fun but everyone got SOOOO dirty and rallied by bugs that a quick afternoon shower (dump a bucket of water on your head because there isn't running water in the afternoon), was well appreciated.
On Tuesday, we had a family home evening in the house of the Luján family. About 25 members came and we all made pancakes and watched the church movie "Together Forever".
Wednesday, was our zone training where my companion and I transmit what we learned in the concilio to the whole zone.
Thursday, we had a multi-zone with President Marler where he taught us the importance of making the most of the time that we have as missionaries and getting rid of what he calls "the rocks in our shoes" which are the things that stop us from reaching our full potential that we often choose to leave untouched. And then later Thursday night had a meeting with Pres. Marler and the stake president.
Friday and Saturday were the only normal preaching days so we went hard and tried to teach as much as possible.
I hope that this week is a little more tranquilo. Or at least that we can teach a little more. I feel super excited and inspired to make the best of the last 6 months that I have.
Love you all,