|Me at the Consulate|
I received the letters and the packages. Thank you for them, I liked them, as did my room/class mates. I have had a good week here, it is very busy but I am enjoying the work. I wake up in the morning at 6:30, get ready and go eat breakfast by 7:30. I am in class by 7:45 and then we have an hour for Personal Study, an hour for companion study, and then 1.5 hours for language study. I am definitely learning spanish. Conjugates and tenses are so hard to remember, and now we are working on relatives and indirect + pronouns, which also makes very little intellectual sense. This is followed by lunch, then another 3 hours of class time. We then eat dinner, then go back to class for more personal time. The afternoon time is spent preparing to teach a lesson for an "investigator". We aren't sure if he is a real investigator, but most of us are leaning towards no. But it is still good practice for the doctrinal lessons and our Spanish, since that is all he will accept hearing us in.
|Train we take to go the Mexico Consulate|
|Picture of the mountains from the train.|
|My first district!|
|This is my hint to send cookies.|
|View from my room|
|My fellow missionaries.|
|My study space.|
|Another water thingy|
|Not sure what they are but the architect in me liked it.|
|My MoTab debut.|
|My first companion Elder Greenwood.|
I have been enjoying my time here, the language is starting to come more readily and I like my companions. The talks we have every Sunday and Tuesday are amazing. We have had Apostles and General Authorities come in and talk to us. It is incredible how much more powerful the talks are when they are prepared specifically with the missionaries and their work in mind.
I hope you guys are feeling well and that the season is still warm there.