Monday, 12 September 2016

Zone Conference

My release date should be April fourth give or take a couple days :D 
I bought a vestido de cuaca, it's fabulous! It is the typical dress of Chile. I’m going to wear it for Chilean independence day on the 18th of September :D
(This is not her dress, just pulled an example off the internet)
 Vestido de China, huasa chilena!:
I also bought a gigantic flag, it is huge!!!
The little girl who stole my umbrella is named Arabelle, she is the daughter of Mabel, one of my favorite members and I love her so much :D Isn’t she adorable? :D (She is in the pictures from last week)
There are six fast Sundays left of my mission. :D I love the mission but I love home more ha-ha :D
This week should be good, Maria is getting baptized on Friday at 7:00, she’s such a cute old lady :D

We had an all day conference with President May on Friday and it was so cool! I learned so much and feel refreshed to keep on going. Best conference I’ve had! It was so long, but oh so good.
Pres. and Hna May sort of just threw out all of the big rules of the mission in the conference, I’m still reeling form shock! That’s why we went souvenir shopping. And my Argentinian girl needed mate (a kind of tea very common in the south American areas) ha-ha, it used to be forbidden :D 
During the conference they sang happy birthday and handed out chocolate bars to the missionaries who had b-days in the last four months, they forgot about me. My zone leader pushed me out into the circle of people on my chair and then they started all over and sang just for me ;D 
 Pres. and Hna May personally drove us back to Maquehue after because of a giant box of ldms (not sure what this means) and my two late arriving birthday packages thanks to Hna Potts and GGW! 
I was craving the bits and bites, the maltases, and all of it really ha-ha


Ha-ha 2nd pic above is Hna Loor (low or) from Columbia, I think? She taught herself English. She’s super cool :D

Hna May
 Hna Myler, her and her hubby help take care of the southern part of our mission.



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