Today is the first day of a new transfer and yep, still here in Tigre with my comp. yeah no changes!
Yeah! Well we had a baptism Saturday and it was amazing. We definately had our problems to work through to get everything done, like the fact that the day of the interview she was locked in her house and couldn´t leave. He uncle had left with the keys and locked the door, not knowing that she needed to leave with us at noon. So we taught the her a lesson through the window in the door, luckily that one opens :) well we had to reschedual the interview for Friday night and when we returned...she was still locked in. Poor girl, don't worry it´s not as bad as it sounds and it was a little bit funny. Finally her uncle came and she had her interview. Then on Saturday we pretty much spent the whole day with her to make sure that didn´t happen again, but no worries in the end it was beautiful. I´ve never seen someone so excited before. Luz Maria had a constant grin on her face and she was just radiant. I´m so grateful for the opportunity that I have to be here in Tigre a little bit longer and help more people have this joy and the Love of the Savior in their lives. We have started to work a lot with the Relief Society presidency in welcoming her and helping her feel more comfortable with the all of these new things and people. She´s very attached to the two of us, so we are working on ways to get other members involved in friendshipping her so there is a nice hand off from us to the ward.
We also met with Pablo this week. He is really great and has a strong testimony of the Savior and his importance as the Son of God and Redeemer. He is just worried about what others will think if he continues to learn more about he church. He says that if he knows, with out a doubt that the Book of Mormon is true than it wouldn´t matter. We talked a lot about the restoration and the authority and also about having real intent when you pray. I think that this helped him some and we´ll have to see this week. We have plans to take a member, Hno. Acosta, with us this week to meet him, they have similar backgrounds, and he is really excited to meet him.
Sorrry going to be short this week so I can attach some pictures...finally. Well, okay nevermind, I´m having problems with the computer maybe next week.
ps. thanks for the letters, Aunt Janie, dad, brother Bingham and Jack, they were all great.