It´s pretty cool here, because I´m learning a little bit of Tzotzil! [One of the native languages.] Not much, but I´ve learned that "coloval" is thank you, and "jechuk" is amen. We hear quite a few prayers in Tzotzil here, and it´s pretty awesome. It´s a little funny, because a lot of times they use Spanish words so I´ll understand a LITTLE of what they´re saying. Like, I heard two guys talking and I just heard, "tzotzil tzotzil tzotzil two weeks tzotzil tzotzil" and so I guess I understood a little :D It´s pretty incredible to hear, because it makes me think a lot about the Book of Mormon.
We were talking with our district leader last night for the verifications, and he´s going home the same time as me! So we were talking about how we´re almost at our last transfer, and so he asked me what I would like to do for my last transfer, how I would like to work totally differently this last one than my whole mission. SO I would like to ask you for ideas!!! Anything that you think would be something different to do in Chiapas, I´m ready to do it!!!
This Saturday (we´re doing Ilumina el Mundo) we gave away tea and bread outside of the church which was SUPER fun. We had more than sixty contacts in about two hours!!! And quite a few people entered to have a little tour of the church! It was really really great :D
Keep lighting the world!
Love you lots!
|I didn´t have any gloves, but my hands were FREEZING my first day here, |
so I used some socks for my hands :D
I don´t have any more photos in my amera, I´ll pass them next week! :D