This week started out normal, but got pretty crazy as it went along. Ahora les explico.
On Monday night, the zone leaders form Bariloche got here to San Martín and my comp and I had to go pick them up so they didn't get lost or have to pay a very expensive taxi. We had a pretty good day with them in Tuesday, the only stayed until the afternoon, but we had a really good discussion in the morning about things to change, how to improve, and more than anything, that we are literally children of our Father in Heaven. Then we had a really sweet District Meeting about all of that. It's all simple stuff that I've heard all my life, but for some reason I'm really starting to get a better understanding of what it implies, and really just gaining a huge personal testimony of it. It's great.
During all of this, Elder Jensen from the office called and asked if my comp wanted to do tramites for immigration stuff in Neuquen the next day. Sooooo, he left that Tuesday at four alone to Neuquén, while I stayed here and bounced around between companionships. it was a good time. It included doing service in my church shoes, eating really good beans with noodles, and putting baptismal dates with some of our main investigators right now, which was great!
One of these people is Keila. We made sure she felt good about the 16th, and she was all ready! On Sunday we passed by her house in the morning, and things got complicated and she said she was still going to try to come to at least Sacrament Meeting (it's last here). She didn't, and went we went by later, she told us that her grandma that lives in Zapala (three hours from here) is sick and has to go see her this weekend, sooooooo yeah we're going to have to move that till the 23rd. It's really a bummer because we've got transfers this weekend, and one of us is probably going to leave, but sometimes things just work out like that.
Darci and Leo are progressing well también. Marcelo is actually excommunicated, so him and Darci have to talk about some things and he has to clear things up with the leaders and everything, but they accepted a baptismal date for the 30th! They have to get married still, so we're praying that will happen quick. It was so cool because Marcelo has done a lot of things in the church, even been a Bishop, but has been excommunicated for something. But even still, he looked at us and said "we need to talk this over because I know that this gospel is for families, and if it's gonna happen, we're doing it together." Wow. That was awesome.
After that Elder Nevins got back, and the week went on pretty tranquilo, nothing crazy happened. Had some good lunches I guess hahha. Love you alll!