But this week was awesome. Me and my companion have been trying super hard to work harder. And we've had awesome results. We've taught some awesome spiritual lessons and my portuguese is becoming better. I tried to teach Elder Martins how to pray in English, and so I started to pray in English but I was struggling to speak my own language! I'm not perfect in Portuguese, but I'm definitely forgetting English. I'm starting to think and pray in Portuguese and I even dreamt in Portuguese last night! Yep. It was crazy. But hey, it's awesome learning a language.
So I don't have any specific experiences that were super awesome this week, but there is a cool story that President Parrela told us at Zone Conference. So, recently in one of the cities in my mission, a chapel burnt down. President told us that while it was burning, some of the members were watching it. The Stake President saw someone crying and went over to talk to them. He told them that they don't need to cry because it's just material things. But this man said: "I'm not crying becuase I'm sad. I'm crying because I don't see a church here. I see a temple." Apparently, when the church was dedicated, a general authority came and he had said something like: "This spot does'nt seem like a place for a chapel." Wow. I thought it was crazy. now, remember, I am in the middle of nowhere Brazil. Seriously. To get to Uruguaiana, you need to take a 7 hour bus ride of open fields full of cows. for 7 hours. yeah. I'm in the middle of nowhere. But the city is a good size. But theres nothing outside or around the city.
Anyways, it's Zone P-day so I'm gonna go play some basketball. It's cooled down and the weather is really nice. Anyways, I love you all so much! I haven't got any of the packages yet :( but I wouldn't doubt the Brazilian Postal Service. Apparently, it's not that bad. It just takes a tad longer since you're in London. Okay. I love you all so much! Don't do stupid stuff