Cambios! I don’t remember if I said anything about it last week because there was a lot to say, but I was changed to Morelia ward, Tarimbaro. It’s a big area and the church seems bigger here or maybe after 9 months in Lazaro, normal looks bigger. But the church has real benches to sit on during the renion sacrmental, and it doesn’t double as the gym. The ward is big; we have a lot of investigadores, and the members help us a lot, especially the bishop. We can literally ask any favor and he will help us.For example we asked him if he could take us to the church building at 1am on Saturday and he did. From there we loaded on a big commercial bus with our whole zone and went to Guadalajara. We had a 2 mission conference and Elder Russell M. Nelson came. I got to shake his hand and look him in the eyes. When he came into the room everything just felt very different. There were also 4 members of the quorum of the 70 and they all spoke to us. It was really super great; very spiritual. Elder Nelson gave us a list of things to study and also gave us a blessing which made most of the missionaries cry.
I also got to see everyone at the conference. My family is now 4 generations. This cambio Hermana Betti (who I trained) received her hija (missionary she will train), so I am a grandma. This cambio is the last for Hermana Rueda, my mom (trainer). It’s a nice picture.
Also my generation of missionaries had to sign our passport papers, so we were all together again.
Also this week we lost our keys to the house and there weren’t any copies. Luckily there is a Hermano in another ward that is a lock smith and broke into our house for us. The next day our neighbor came with our keys; it seems that we locked the house but we didn’t take the keys out of the lock. We left them in the door. That was quite an adventure.
When we went to give food to the people in the hospital (I told you about in the last letter), it was to the people waiting for the people in the hospital and family members that were there too, not the patients. We didn’t enter the building; president said that we had to stay outside.
How is it going with “He is the gift”? Has everyone shared in on Facebook? And given out the cards? Nana and papa wrote me about how they made jam and then tied the card to the bottle. Just think, this is the easiest time we have to share the gospel, during Christmas.
I hope everyone is doing well. I loved the letters. Send me pictures of Christmas!