I´m liking my new area, it’s been nice and cold and rainy here, which is a good change. Good for me at least, but really bad for the branch here. Nobody goes to church when it rains.
My new companion is Elder H from Pennsylvania. He’s really chill
and a hard worker so I’m liking it.
The area where we are working is a little bit poorer, so it’s a good contrast
of Londrina. a good thing is that it’s a lot easier to teach people, the hard
thing is that the people have a harder time keeping their commitments (going to
church, reading the BoM, Keeping commandments, etc.)
O, last week I didn’t end up buying a suit, the only one I liked was twice the
price that I wanted to pay. So ill use the money for dry cleaning this week. we
found a guy that likes the missionaries so it will be real cheap, like the
equivalent of 18 or 20 dollars (I heard that the dollar dropped in value a
little) to clean the two suits.
Basically here there are two families of recent converts, each one with like 10
kids and a bunch of grandkids, so this week we are just going to try to teach
all of the various in-laws and find out who isn’t baptized yet.
I love you all! I’m trying to think of cool souvenirs to look for to bring
home. I already bought a hammock (that I slept in for all of last transfer).
What is Brazil known for? What’s cool that can sit on the mantle for the
rest of my life?