This week was super fast. I can´t believe how the time is flying. I feel like every day, week, or transfer is shorter than the one before. And now this week we have transfers again! This transfer determines if I´ll be in Junín for Christmas or not. Also, if I stay, that means 6 MONTHS (1/3 of the mission) in my little city.
So you all know, the mail system is not working here in Argentina, for all that I know. We passed by the post office today and it was closed with the workers protesting outside. Sooooo.... maybe hold off on all those Christmas letters I KNOW you´re all writing me.
This week the other sisters here in Junín had a baptism of one of the funniest little old men I know. I ended up singing a solo and giving a talk for the baptism. Oh, the joys of being in a little branch.
We have a super great investigator right now, Ana Maria. She loves to pray and to read and go to church. It´s spectacular. She´s even introducing us to her friends. Super tierna. Yesterday we were visiting her and her friend, and we asked her who she wanted to say the prayer. She said she would do it. Upon leaving, I said that we wanted to say another prayer. I briefly looked at her and she said, "Siempre Ana Maria...." and then started to pray before we could actually invite anyone to give the prayer. My companion and I had to stifle our laughter.
Things are well. I hope everyone is staying warm while I´m dying of heatstroke.
P.S. I found more street art from Acción Poetica. My companion makes fun of me because I get really excited every time I find one.
1. "With closed eyes and awakened dreams."