Transfer calls came and Herm. Hern is leaving, which means I am staying in the new area! It's the best and scary and weird and successful all at the same time. For real though I once had a guy follow us and ask if we wanted to hang out? Like what? What would you like to do sir? We can talk about our Saviour Jesus Christ ALL DAY. We have been seeing so many changes in the ward and in the missionary work here in Valencia. The family we have been teaching are getting baptized in a few weeks and are really progressing. They even brought a non-member with them to church... already good missionaries what what! Also, Alejandro has been going to church and being taught by the senior couple. He just needed more time, but is well on his way to being dressed in white. We are also teaching a part member family in our new area. He has a baptismal date, but there are a few things that need to happen first. Our ward is changing buildings soon, which will make it a ton easier for people to attend. Hoorah! Missionary work is the best. That sounds so cliche, but I couldn't be more happier doing what I do everyday. Seeing people change their lives and feel the power of Christ's Atonement is such an experience to witness. I have seen it the most in life of one of my greatest friends I have made on my mission. She and her mom are a less active family and have recently started going to church again and changing theirs lives. As much as they say we have changed their lives, it's completely the other way around. They have had the strongest impact on ME! Probably because less-actives and part-members hold a special place in my heart. *cough cough* Mom and family. I love you guys. I love this gospel. I love my Savior Jesus Christ and my Heavenly Father more than anything. His love is infinite and I feel it everyday of my life not only for myself, but for those I teach as well.
I get my new companion tomorrow and I am so dang excited. Two new Hermanas are coming this transfer so well will finally have 10 Hermanas. Power to the Spanish Speaking people. My area is going to be zee best (say in Nacho Libre accent for full spanish effect). I am so proud of all of you back home, you all sound like you are doing great and being missionaries in your daily lives. Kudos to you all. We have started internet proselyting this week and so far we haven't had too much success, but I shall keep you updated on it.
Pray hard--work harder. A wise Hermana once told that to me.