Thats crazy that paul has just about recieved his mision call! Im really stoked for him and seeing where he goes. Any place would be great, but i just want to know where he is going! Same with Jason!
Agua Caliente is slowly moving along. We are finally starting to find people to teach that actually go to church. The only problem is that these people need to get married... usually everything goes well in the teachings up untill the part were we talking about the Ley de Castidad and how they need to be married if they are to be living together. Most people just stop progressing there either because they just dont have the desire to get married or because they dont believe they can do it because it is kinda an annoying process to go through here in mexico and its expensive (like 55 dollars) jaja. But with these people that we are teaching, they are actually working hard to get married and have hope that they will be able to within these next two weeks.
Btw so today i was in my first car accident. I was riding a bus today, someone hit us. It was not that excited but it was my first car accident. It didnt do a single thing to the bus and the front of the car was a little scratched and has a broken light, but nothing more. The cop really didnt even seem to take it seriously and just let us get on our way.
Also i am getting pretty good at soccer! We had an activity yesterday and it was really far away....but we had a nice carne asada and got to play soccer. My team won 10 to 6 and i scored 6 of those goals! I did happen to be wearing my Xolos jersey so for all i know it all had to do with the jersey, or atleast thats what everyone else says.
Con Mucho amor y animo a escuchar a donde van a la mision, Paul y Jason!
PS the week that we take a break from eating hotdogs for dinner, half of the sisters give us hotdog for lunch. They never give us hotdogs to eat.... until now. jaja
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