We sweet-talked our teacher into letting us email in case we can't next week!
These past few days have been full of orientation and teaching our last lessons to our "investigators," a.k.a. our teachers!
I am scared out of my mind to head of to Chile on Monday (the CCM has become very homey), but I know that all things are possible through Jesus Christ. This experience in Mexico has been a blessing in my life, even though there were some very difficult parts.
Today in class we watched a video of a Chilean talking and I almost peed my pants (not really missionary talk, but it's the truth). He spoke a hundred thousand miles a minute and slurred everything together. My native Spanish-speaking teacher even said "I'm having a hard time understanding him." So in other words, pray for me these next few weeks/months until the language comes. Yikes.
I love you all and hope things are well in America!
Here are some pictures of my hilarious district and the teachers who are the sweetest EVER.
Also, can't forget about Elder Clements & his hair pre-mish. I found a boy with hair just like mine. In his words, "it's fresh." I am grateful for 7C & the people of Mexico!