For our Christmas dinner we are trying to get a hold of monkey meat, Iguana meat, and Boa Constrictor meat to eat.
Hola Familia and friends! This week was awesome! We had a Christmas dinner, lots of sun, changes, and a baptism. The Christmas dinner was awesome. I can't believe it's my last one. It was weird raising my hand when president asked who was in their second dinner. Time is flying by. It was delicious though. This week Minerva Helena Hurtado Calderon was baptized in the Rio Coca. It was a good service and everyone was happy. She asked us if she can accompany on visits to prepare for a mission. It was awesome. I can't wait to tell you the story of her mother on Christmas day. Her mother is also getting baptized in the end of January or the beginning of February. It's powerful, so powerful I won't write about it because written words just don't get the job done with this one! Changes came in this Sunday and I'll be staying with Elder Arrieta another change. He is the best comp ever. He is pretty much my right hand man with a lot of things. The Branch is doing well, but there still aren't any fruits from the folders or trainings. Only one organization is completing with everything. It's a bummer, but we gave and are giving everything we have. I'm at peace with it. I have done everything my position allows me to do. Bryan Rodriguez is set to go this Saturday for a baptism, and he chose to go to the waterfall of Carachupa, and he wants me to baptize him so I'll get to baptize at the waterfall. That's kind of cool haha. He was a miracle. He came out of nowhere when we had nobody to teach. For our Christmas dinner, I don't know if we will be able to pull it off, but we are trying to get a hold of monkey meat, Iguana meat, and Boa Constrictor meat to eat. It's around here but it's hard to find. It would be the most legit Christmas dinner ever haha! This month in the Oriente Norte zone there is a chance to once again break the record but it's on the fence right now, we aren't sure if we will be able to pull it off. Either way the month should be alright. It's been fun out here. It's harder than heck sometimes but it's been a crazy awesome experience. I love this work so much! I can't believe my time is actually starting to look a little short. It's gone by way too fast, but there is still lots of work to be done. I love it out here, and I Love you guys. I'll talk to ya next week. Hasta luego
This blog is dedicated to Easton Nielson's mission to Ecuador Quito North Mission.