Hey dad! I'm doing really good. Sounds like you had a really fun trip. I sure would like to go to a cool baseball game when I get back like those that you went too. I kinda miss going to games or other types of events.Wow that does sound like a pretty tough calling. But I know that you'll be a great bishop for those young people.
Hey mom! Yep, today is the first day of my last transfer in the mission. I feels pretty weird to know that I'm now in my last transfer. I would always look at the missionaries who had alot of time in the mission and think, wow, they have been here for so long, I cant even imagine me being where they are right now. But now that moment has come, pretty crazy!I'm still here in Turubamba. But now I'm with a new companion named Elder Chavez (not the same elder Chavez that I was with in Ambato) but this elder Chavez is also from Peru. He is 21 years old and has 6 months in the mission. He seems like a really cool and funny guy so far. I think we will get along very well and be able to work hard. Some other good news from this transfer is that I am now the new district leader of my district. The district leader last transfer finished the mission, and I got made the new one. I'm pretty excited to be able to have this responsibility. Even though it'll just be for one transfer, it'll be a good learning opportunity for me.