Sup family? It's tough to talk too much about the things that we do because every day is pretty much the same. We get up, play sports, study, food, class, food, class, bed. It's fairly repetitive but time goes so fast!! I cant believe Ive already been a missionary a month and been here 2 weeks, its absolutely crazy!!
One thing that was awesome, we got to go tracting/contacting on Monday which was pretty sick. I'm not as ready as I thought I was. I can speak alright but understanding is a whole new thing, everyone talks so dang fast!!! I also need to learn to be more bold, I had a really hard time walking up to people or knocking on doors. We weren't very successful but we managed to place some BOMs and get a few (5) referrals for the missionaries in the Sur mission so that was good. I'm excited to go out in 2.5 more weeks and try to redeem myself. I want to just be able to talk to everybody!! We did only get one flat out rejection which was actually pretty funny. We knocked the door "hola! Somos representantes de Jesucristo" "de quien?!" "somos misioneros con la iglesia de Jesucristo de los santos de los ultimos dias" "NO LES QUIERO CONOCER, SOY CATOLICA!!" and she slammed the door. You can have somebody translate. I'm sure that was pretty rough Spanish but whatever. I told you I can't understand anything. I am still so stoked to get out in the field though, I LOVE teaching, it's so much fun! I can't wait to teach real people and not just teachers acting as investigators.
I can't believe I've got less than a month til I'll actually be out in the field, if time here goes this fast and it's supposed to go slow in the MTC I can only imagine how fast it will go out in the field. I LOVE MY MISSION!!! I can't wait to actually be doing real missionary work. I am very very nervous but I know that I will be blessed with strength and with courage.
Oh for mom, to picture. It's beautiful here. The city is not too nice but that's to be expected. The temple (which we get to go to later today!!!!) is just right in the middle of the city, there's a trashy gas station across the street from it. But its so amazing!! OH CRE!!!!! CRE is the coolest thing ever. We walk to this house down the street from the CCM and we go and knock on the door and a teacher dressed in street clothes answers (Not your teacher and not a teacher that you see very often so its so real) and you go in and teach them. They've got this whole living room setup that's so rad. I love it and its the best part of the week. Right now we've got her committed to baptism and she's excited about reading the BOM, shes having trouble praying but a lot of people here do.
Hit me up with more pictures from the wedding, send them in a package if you can (remember it takes about 2 weeks to get here so determine if its better to send it here or to the mission home, I'll get you that address next week hopefully). Apparently I get to see Nicole on the 15th but I guess that's subject to change, I'm so psyched!!!! Basically, I love it here and I can't wait to get out in the field. With how fast this month has gone, 24 months doesn't seem like all that long, I'm trying to make every moment count. I love you all and thanks to everyone who writes me, its much appreciated!!!!! I don't know what else I'm forgetting but I think this letter is a bit less scattered than the last one. Tell Meagan and Brad that I'm so freakin excited for them and I sent a letter to Meagan Soderman last week and that was pretty weird. I love all of you so much!!! Have a good week and I'm out of time!!