So Cádiz is a blast. Literally everyone just loves us. They are a very warm people here.
Remember when I would make fun of the accent in Granada?
|Me in front of the ocean|
|Cadiz: Isn't it adorable?|
Hna Volpe is great. She makes me delicious Italian food like every day, so of course I like her. We speak Spanish most of the time, but she really wants to learn English so when I remember I speak English when we are in our piso. We both need to learn Spanish so it's our go to language.
|The view from our piso. You can see the ocean in the distance.|
|Me, Hermana Volpe, and a member. People are so nice here!|
|Arroz con Leche. Normally a plate |
this size is enough for a family of four!
This week we have Tri Zone Conference in Sevilla. That's pretty exciting.
So yeah, until next week!
Hermana Hannah Ashby
Hannah said she was super behind on pictures, so sent a bunch this week! Most of these are from Puertollano
|Last Sunday in Puertollano. Kind of a random group of people. Including are our one and only real investigator to ever come to church. Had to be our last Sunday.|
|Presidente and Hermana Montes|
|Two of their sons|
|Ramona y familia|
|They dumped water on us on pday. Alicia Montes took this picture. Sghe wanted to make sure the door got in the picture so that i wouldn´t forget where she lived. Number 20, Granados|
|Rosa and Raul. Rosa has been inactive for like 25 years now and her son is 9. They gave me a soccer jersey.|
|The sun setting on my last day in Puertollano|
|Fernando y Perla|
|Fernando(padre) and a small fraction of his familia. Most frustrating family in the world. But I love them all.|
|The Hermanas of La Mancha|
|Belen and Sabrin. They gave me a pair of shoes|
|Antonia and her son Demetrio. They were some of our red zone miracles.|