Things are crazy around here but are going great! The Manns are amazing people and it feels that they are exactly what our mission needs right now. They really hit the ground running! It is going to be very hard though to have time to do much. I still need to buy some things and I want to say goodbye to some areas but we have and probably wont have a Pday at least for a few weeks. It was also soooo hard to say goodbye to the Stutzneggers. I love them so much and I know the Lord sent me to this mission to have them as mission parents. You should thank them for taking such great care of me and helping me soo much throughout these 2 years. I already wrote and sent with them a letter. The greatest blessing though is that the Lord really is protecting my heart from feeling ''trunky'' even when your silly mom makes comments about how soon you'll be coming home and even though every elder and his cat reminds you that you are officially the oldest person here on the mission. Luckily, the Lord knows that I have no time for feelings like that. I don't think I'll feel completely fine until I'm on the plane. SO MUCH TO DO! So, I got your package which was a great surprise! Thank you guys, love you! Hope you have fun watching fireworks and what not. Meanwhile I'm signing paper work to renew my visa for the 3rd time. The recently had a policy change where they will no longer let you just pay the much cheaper late fee. YOU HAVE TO RENEW! So, instead of 400 pesos, I'll be paying about 4,000! Let's just say that I might be the last missionary who will be able to extend... Well, I don't want to write a post because I'm exhausted but feel free to share on the blog that I'm fine, happy and working hard with any pictures that you can find.
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