Things sound super solid up there! everything is going good down here, and i dont know why Norma is not smiling, but i think it is just an Argentine thing, they dont really smile that much in pictures! and I find it funny that big cam was making fun of my english! hahaha but its not that bad is it?
This week was good, we had some good lessons and are working with some solid investigators. Lucas is the most prepared so far to be baptized, he is part of a less active family. we reactivated the family and he hasnt been baptized yet, but the only problem is that the dad wants him to learn everything about the gospel before he can get baptized, but we are teaching the family well and he is really progressing, he even cried when he said the prayer for the first time! Transfers are this week so we will get to see if i stay here or what, but the last 6 months have been great. ive seen great blessings, had great comps, and grown personally! the lord never ceases to love!!!
Also this last saturday was the best experience i have had in my mission so far. Marco ( one of my converts from the area) baptized his son enzo! it was amazing, he bore his testomony and through many tears he shared how thankful he was for the opportunity that he had to baptize is son, and how much he loved the gospel and how grateful he was for the missionaries that taught him. he said his only disire was when he retires he wants to serve a mission and help people just like he was helped by us. Every pain, sadness, stress, and sorrow that i have experianced in my mission was instantly made up for when he said those words! i will always be so grateful for the chance i have to be a missionary!
Well i have to go, but remember i love you all and i am grateful for your love and support and prayers on my behave!
Love Elder Taysom
Ps. sorry for not sedding pics, the comp. isnt working!