Serving an LDS Mission in Vina del Mar, Chile.

Monday, December 1, 2014

Show de Talentos

So this week has been a little crazy. On Friday our ward had a Show de Talentos. Well, each organization had to preform a talent - including the missionaries. Um okay?...we don't really have time to put anything together. Haha What we did ended up being awesome! I'll forward you a link that someone sent me so you can watch it (I can't send videos -too big).

 Well...I had a scripture thought for the week but now I can't remember it. I'll try to remember it for next week.

Yes, my Spanish is improving a lot now that I have a native Spanish speaker as a comp. Haha on Pday I was trying to tell a story in English to another missionary and randomly I started using some words in Spanish. Ya, that was weird but kinda cool.

The reason why we didn't go check on the dead guy was because he was already surrounded by people and then a little bit later an ambulance came. We wouldn't have been able to do anything more than what those people were doing already.

(Mom - don't read this paragraph)
So one day this week we were talking to some people in their doorway because we were trying to find their mom who is inactive. Well, as we were talking we hear a ton of sirens and a couple police cars fly by. Right after that *BANG BANG* like 10 times. Ya, we don't know exactly what was going on but it was happening in the area where we live. Gotta love living in the most dangerous part of your sector! Every day brings a new experience;)

I don't really have much more to say. Every day is basically the same with a few random moments of excitement. Everything is going well here. Yes mom, we are being obedient. Oh, what is Mecham's story with the machete? I'm intrigued.

I believe that is all for this week. Chao! (no, we do not say adios here. It is always chao......and the 10 other ways to say goodbye before you can leave without offending the person)

Chao! Que estén bien. Que les vaya bien. Cuidense......[Goodbye. Things are good. Things are going well. Take care....]
Elder Groneman

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