Well bueno gente, here goes nothing.
It has been an adventure, I just finished crying through my final interview with President Mcmullin, and it officially just became real. It has gone by so fast, and I am grateful to everyone for their love and support. Without it I would not have made it this far.
Now looking back, I am so glad I came. President just asked me, ¨If you had stayed home, would you have been able to invite people to be baptized and to repent and obtain their salvation? I was like....no. I can`t imagine my life without my mission, it has been such a blessing. I know that it is the work of the Lord. He is in charge and I know that He is aware of the needs of every single one of us.
I had a pretty cool experience this last week, I was able to go do divisions in my first area, Marambure, and I was able to see someone that I had taught WAY back when. Maria Lopez wasn't baptized while I was there, but a little while after. Anyway, I was talking with her and she told me that she wasn't the same that she had been when we had found her last. When we began to speak with her she was having a hard time because her son was in jail. That just destroyed her, and we were able to help her get out of it a little. Now, a year later, we went back and she said, I am not the same person that I was when you found me. I am better stronger, and firmer. Those words were so powerful for me, and I loved hearing them
I love being in the mission, and I have been able to learn so much. I love this gospel, I know that it is true, and that after a long period of apostasy it was restored to the earth by Joseph Smith. I know that the Savior is all powerful, and that if we follow Him, we will be received into His presence. I love this work. I love it, and I have been so privileged to be able to participate in it. I am not the same, still quirky, still weird, still imperfect, but I have been able to feel the power of the Atonement in my life.
Thank you for your love, thank you for your support, and see you in 4:)