Monday, March 20, 2017

El tipo en Cipo

Hello my dear family, how is everyone doing? Everything's great here, loving my life.

This past weekend we had transfers, and I left Plottier! I was there for a long time and had grown really close to a lot of people there, but it was a much needed change. I feel more energized now to have a new area and new companion, new zone, new everything! Now I am in Cipolletti, which is a city just east on Neuquén. It is in the province of Río Negro, is fair-sized, about 80,000 people. It's about 45 minutes west of Roca, where I was about 15 months ago, and it reminds me a lot of Roca. My new companion is Elder Medina from San Juan, Argentina! He's a good Elder, he was with me in Bariloche, so I already know him pretty well. We get along well, and we're going to see a lot of good things this transfer. I'd send you guys a picture, but he forgot his camera, and soooo yeah we don't have one. Next week!

This past week in Plottier was good. It went by really fast because a lot of things happened, but it was good. We weren't able to find Marcelo nor Ida this week, but we taught Enrique and Giselle a couple times, thery're doing really well. We invited Enrique to be baptized, and he accepted! They need to get married, but after that they'll be good. He's a good guy and understand well, so he'll be baptized soon.

Other than that, not a lot happened. We went to the Viedma family my last two days because I said I would make pancakes, and to say goodbye. They're a very special family, and mean a lot to me. It was sad to leave, but I'm sure I'll see them again soon.

Also, Elder Nachreiner that was living with us finished his mission on Saturday, and hiis mom and sister came to pick him up! So they came to church and we talked a bit with them. Weird speaking english with other gringos again. But yeah.

I love you all and hope you have a great week!!

Elder Grondel


1. Familia Nadal

2. Misioneros de Plottier

3. Familia Bedogni

4. Familia Sandoval

5. Familia Ávila

6. Familia Viedma

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