This past week my 6 month mark came and went!! Crazy how fast the first quarter of my mission has gone by!! It really is true what they say that time out here starts to fly!! I have new resolve to work hard and really give these next 18 months everything that I have! This week was probably one of the slowest in my mission!! We had a lot of opposition and it was almost like we were working in a new area. For the first time in 2 months here, we got rejected a ton!! We were both really confused! We had an investigator who we had been working with and she had a baptismal date for this last Saturday and all of a sudden she just didn't want to listen to us anymore! Super confusing! We went to a part of our area that we hadn't really ever been to and found quite a few new people to teach but I´m still not sure if any of them will progress or not. My companion and I had a few more little arguments this week but nothing big. I have decided that I am just going to try and help him enjoy his last 3 weeks as a missionary and try to keep everything really calm and fun. We had a lot of fun on Wednesday as it was my actual 6 month mark. Here as a missionary, every 6 month milestone (ie. 6 months, 1 year, 18 months, 2 years), you do something fun. For example, at 6 months you burn a tie, and eat a 1/4 kilo of Ice cream. At a year you burn a shirt, and eat 1/2 a kilo of Ice cream. 18 months you burn a pair of slacks, and eat 3/4 of a kilo, and 2 years you burn a suit, and eat a kilo of Ice cream. It's super fun and I finally feel like I have gotten my feet wet with the whole Mission thing. We have our investigator with a new baptismal date for this next Saturday and she is so ready!! She just has to stay strong and stay single ha ha. We passed by last night and had an awesome lesson with her!! This week we had a change in our mission schedule to accommodate the change of weather! Surprisingly it is actually pretty chilly here now and I think I may have caught a cold. But as for the schedule it is a hard adjustment! We now study in the morning, and then work from 1:30 in the afternoon, until 9:30 at night!! The days are long but we are adjusting. It has been a long couple of nights these past 4 days. I have been up with cold like symptoms and my comp snores like a bear. Sometimes I throw things on the ground hoping he will wake up and think something just fell. Or sometimes I smack my hand on the wall to try and wake him up so the snoring stops but nothing ever works!! ha ha. That's pretty much it for this week! Hope everything is well at home and everyone is just loving life!!
I love you all!!
I love you all!!