This week was super crazy, a lot of stuff happened and I don't remember all of it to be honest.
I'm adjusting well to my new area, companion, and assignment, everything's tranquilo. It's mostly just being a normal missionary, with a bunch of other junk to do. This week we had to help the hermanas move, look for a new pensh, welcome another companionship in the middle of the week as they headed of to Villa La Angostura to open it again, and just lots of things. But everything worked out well.
My comp is Elder Clemens. He's from Kansas, and has about 16 months in the mission. He's super funny and we got along really well. He's also an awesome missionary, and I'm learning a lot from him right now.
Our area is Alto I, we have an entire ward, which is actually really great. More than anything, the area is HUGE. We walk and walk and walk and walk and walk all day. Up and down hills, it's pretty crazy. But the members are awesome, the missionaries here have been training them to do their own missionary work pretty well, so things are looking up.
We have a few really sweet investigators. The Henriquez family is a part-member family, their son Luis got baptized last Saturday, and their daughter Daniela accepted a date for the 7th of May, so we're excited about that! They're a really great family with a lot of love, it's great. The dad Jorge doesn't really have any religious background at all, so we're working with that, but he supports everyone and comes to church.
We're also teaching a man named Enrique. The missionaries have been teaching him for a while, but he has a little bit of skitzophrenia, so we're also workign with that. But he has good intentions.
I don't really remember much else, but everything's great! We're going to try and go fishing today, so that should be fun. Still haven't gotten my camera, I should this week, so pictures will come soon.
Love you all!