Hey there Mom. The meeting with the Vice President of Costa Rica last week was kind of disappointing. We were expecting something really exciting like actually meeting the vice president but we were there as an entire mission and the vice president just came and gave a speech to us. It lasted an hour. But i guess it was a ¨historical event¨ and some people from the church news were there taking pictures and stuff. So we might be in the Liahona.
Congrats on graduating!
I got to call Jeffery and Jeannette to find out the details about when the sealing is but it was pretty great talking to them. They asked me to be a witness in their sealing and Jeffery asked me to be his escort in the endowment session but I’m not sure if they’ll let me. But they were super worried that the biological dad of the kids wouldn’t let the kids get sealed to Jeffery but a miracle happened and he signed the paper. So everything is read for their sealing.
Last week we had 2 families at church and another single mom with her kids. So that was some success. The moms name is Ana. One of the missionary families that we’re working with invited her. We were with them on Saturday night and we helped explain to her what she needed to say to her to invite her and she called her right then and then came. We’re working with her and her oldest daughter for the 30th.
This week we’ve been working really hard planning an open house for our new church. The new church is beautiful! We’ve got the whole ward inviting a lot of people to the open house where were gonna do tours and explain all the organizations. It should be pretty great. We’re hoping to find a lot of people that way.Although I have always been able to feel your prayers i realized this week something that really shows how much i know you have been praying for me.. Throughout my whole mission in every area I’ve had people who have been like my mom that always worry about me and are willing to do anything to help me and lose themselves to make sure i have what i need. You have always been that in my life and if i didn’t have these sisters here I probably wouldn’t have been able to get though. Pasita in Cariari, the whole bishops family in Moravia, Sister Mena in Paso Ancho, ¨la Abuela¨ In Neily, And here i have a wonderful Mayra who cooks for us and is always worrying about us and willing to do anything for us. I’ve been to visit a lot of areas in the mission and the only areas I’ve found with people like that are the areas that I’ve been in. I’ve been very blessed to have all of them and i know that it’s because of your prayers and worries.
But i gotta go. Love you.