There are a lot of dogs here, and Sunday I got surrounded by 3 of them trying to defend our little dog. Normally when you bend down to pick up a rock they stop, but these guys were even madder. They changed their target to me. I had my boots on, and I kicked one of them in the neck. He yelped, and about at this time their owner was yelling at them and they left. If the owner wasn’t there I would have been bitten several times I bet. My comp was fine [because] they were all busy having fun with me.
Our investigators are few, but are pretty good investigators. We had a family f. campos attend church which was great. They both want baptism but they don’t want to get married. We are trying for them really hard. We have a lesson with them tomorrow. Other than that most of the investigators are really new. I don’t know what the elders were doing in this area before because there is like no one to teach. So we are working on that.
I’ve fixed the toilet, but I need to fix it again. And the shower I fixed this morning. There are a lot of boots and old clothes from past missionaries that we are giving to people in the ward. In my area [there are] only us two and its freaking huge. It’s like all of Bothwell and we only walk.
This Wednesday there is a broadcast for all the missionaries in the world. I can’t wait. Whatever it is, it’s got to be good.. probably the second coming in 3 months or something so they are telling us to really get going. jaja.
I haven’t gotten anything in 4 weeks; I don’t know what the deal is. The office is supposed to send a bag every Friday but I don’t see it.
I’m a pioneer and the dog is nuestros perra llama misionera. [Our female dog called Misionera]
Sunsets are great here, everyday is like this.
The pastries here are super cheap and really good. This one is chocolate and this caramel like stuff called dulce de leche.