Monday, February 23, 2015

$3 Balsamic Vinagre (2/9/15)

Well that's the most emails I've gotten in a long time. Thanks for all the love and support. I guess I'll try to make the emails not send right more often XD. Also the computers we're using today are really slow. This email is probably going to be a bunch of miscellaneous stuff.

So this week is the week of transfers, but they don't happen until Wednesday, so we'll see where that goes when we get there, now won't we.

So this week in Paraguayan news... we had a good week of work. Yep! We worked hard, improved in just about every aspect, and had a good bit of fun. Really we're having a good time, and the ward loves us. Our Branch President is a really cool guy who got baptized 2 years ago and already does more than 200% of the other Paraguayans. His dream is to go to Utah with his family to see temple square. He's a professional photographer and has a lot of really fancy stuff. Really cool guy.Recently we received a notebook from one of the young women with over 150 references in it, including maps and whether or not the people have been through the temple. Man, are they willing to help us out.

Some of the other Elders that we live with also appreciate the finer things in life, as I do, and we try to search for the fanciest stuff they have here, to make Mondays a little more interesting. This week, Snickers, Peanut M&Ms, and bread with Balsamic vinagre. How fun is that? Today Elder Greene (one of the Americans) and I are going halvsies on some Haagen Das. Really the Paraguayan food is alright but sometimes you have to do something weird that none of the missionaries do. Really it's not that expensive to not have to suffer by eating noodles and oil. That stuff destroys your teeth.

I'm really anxious to find out what happens this next transfer, but we'll see! 

Elder Wilson

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