Monday, April 4, 2016

Argentina ~week 56

This week was a pretty good week, except my companion was sick for awhile. Most of our zone is the same as before transfers, except we had a new district leader, Elder Guirin.
Monday after PDay my companion said he was feeling better. He had been throwing up on Sunday, and was still kinda sick. The Silva family had invited to eat asado that night, so we didn't want to miss it. We ended up with my companion almost throwing up in they're bathroom, haha.
Tuesday my companion was still feeling badso we got permission to go to the doctor. We went to the station, and had to wait for some elders to drive us there. While we were waiting, and old guy came and sat down next to us. After looking at us for like 10 seconds he told us he fell down and asked us why we didn't help him, even though he only sat down. Turns out he was drunk. We finally got to the doctor, and they just told Elder Meza to eat differently and he'll be better. He felt sick the rest of the day and most of the day Wednesday so we didn't get to do much.
Thursday we had district meeting and got to meet the new people in our zone. We had lunch with the Kiss family, then had to finish moving a few small things from our old pension because the contract ended the next day. My companion wasn't feeling very good but we still went to visit Felisa to bring her to the family history center, but she couldn't come so we'll do that next week. We just visited a few other people.
Friday it was raining alot and very cold, and my companion felt bad again so we were inside all day studying and other stuff.
Saturday and Sunday we had General Conference from Noon until pretty late. We don't have time to come back from the church between sessions so we just stayed and talked.
Anyways, it was a pretty good week, not much happened but now my companion is better. Hopefully this next week everything goes well so we can work all week.
The pictures this week are the torta fritas I made when my companion was sick. A picture we made but cutting out heads from pass-along cards, and standing them up with the gopsel principles book in the background. And a picture I took with a horseman graffiti in our area.

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