Things are overall pretty great here. We have a lot of people to teach and 6 of our investigators have baptismal dates. Too bad no one comes to church. Speaking of church, turns out I'm the only person in the ward who plays the piano. How great. It was a train-wreck this last week. But they seemed grateful to have music, so there's that.
My Spanish is so bad it's genuinely funny some times. My poor compañera and I basically communicate via charades. But she is awesome and I feel so blessed to have her.
Two cool experiences this week:
We went to contact a reference we had received and she was NOT happy to see us. But she let us and we had an really good lesson with her and her daughter. I actually did about 45% of the talking out of our companionship which never happens. Usually it's more like 10% me 90% my companion. They both accepted baptismal dates. It was awesome.
The other was our only investigator that routinely comes to church says he has a testimony but doesn't think he needs to be baptized again, because he was baptized as a baby. He had been refusing to ask God if he needed to be baptized again. So last night we had a lesson with him about prayer and then we knelt down on his porch and had him pray and ask God if he needed to be baptized again. After the prayer he (finally) accepted a baptismal date!! We are very excited.
Sorry for the very short update. Hope all is well on the home front. Love you!
Presidente y Hermana Villarreal
Meghan and her first companion in the field:
Hermana Rodriguez from Peru
New missionaries on the right.
The first companions on the left.