So nothing crazy happened this week and I have used all my time sending pictures. So I am just going to talk about transfer calls!
President called Saturday morning, and sure enough I am leaving. I am going to Puertollano. Never heard of it? Me neither! I am just picturing wide open plains with lots of windmills because, guess what it is in La Mancha! Don Quijote country! President said it is the fastest growing branch in the mission- they just increased their Sacrament Meeting attendance from something like 12 or 15 to 18. Which is a pretty good percentage. Hermana Hoffman is going to be my companion. Everyone says she is awesome. She just opened Puertollano last transfer. Okay going to be honest here, I am sort of terrified. But I am excited to. Every time I tell someone where I am going they tell me I am going to learn a lot. Which is a good thing, right? Right? It is definitely going to be an adventure. This is as close to Toledo as I could get, mom. I am sad to leave Granada but I feel ready for something new. I need a change before I get into a rut. Okay breathe.
And thats it! Love ya!
Here are lots of pictures!
|American flag outside of the hotel next to the Alhambra that Jose Rafael took us to. Don't worry I remember where I came from|
|Jose Rafael himself|
|Hermana Clark and I|
|Hermana Muse and I in our sweet new hoodies|
|Us and Yasmin and Nayeli|
|Claire Whitby at her baptism|
|More with Claire|
|Us waiting for the bus|
|This is what the bus looks like|
|Amphitheater (I think)|
|My chapa in the Court of the Lions|
|I am a fan of chapa pictures...|
|Goodbye to Carmela, Julio, and Manu|
|Saying goodbye to Yasmin|
|Jose Rafael threw me a party! Complete with honey! Zach is right, Morcilla is usually in sausage form like here on the toast things. But the first time he fed it to us it was just fried with pears.|
|Fireworks went off outside of our piso! We started singing the Star Spangled Banner in honor off independence day that is coming up! Woo hoo!|