Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Sept 30 2013

hey Everyone!
First off! Thanks for the package! i got it thursday! The bishop told me that he called you mom, and he passed the hug you sent for me haha.
So as you may or may not know, today was transfer day and well i am still in the same spot (buenas aires norte) and i got a new companion today. His name is Elder Haro, and hes from el D.F., Mexico. Hes a cool guy, very quiet though. I actually met him before. Well today coming home from transfers, something happened that really made us laugh. A sister from one of my past wards gave us a ride and just so happen she had a short in the horn, and we were in some pretty bad traffic. It made me think of the Byran Regan joke. The horn keeped honking for long periods of time and all of us in the car, except the sister driving, just died laughing all the way home. 
So these last 5 weeks have finally paid off! Alberto y Maria finally got baptised! It was a very relaxing day that day, we practically did nothing because we were stuck in the church the whole day. We got their at 3pm to clean and started filling the baptismal font. At 530 Maria y Alberto got to the church because we were going to start at 600 but at 535 the ward mision leader called us saying that no one was going to be able to get there in time and so he moved it back until 730. So basically we just hung out in the church for 2 hrs talking and watching church movies. There was really no point in returning to the sector because Alberto and Maria were already there and the church is a little ways away from our area. It was a great relaxing day. The actually baptismal service, once it start, went just great. Elder Cruz and I were able the baptize. I baptized Maria and ECruz baptized Alberto.
This week we will be working with a member that has a few people he wants us to meet. Some people apparently really interested in listening. So pray for us that we will be able to start teaching these people and they will accept the gospel in their lives. We have a few people we are teaching, but we do need more.
Elder Evans
Baptism day

EJ and keys (and very shiny shoes)

Hugging a dog

EJ, Elder Neeser (former companero) and two other elders

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