|Camana in the back, this is my new area.|
Sooooo no idea if I told you guys yet or not, but I had a baptism on my birthday!!!!! and the president came to baptize him, so, that was pretty awesome, and no better way to top off a perfect day and then to find out you have transfers!! jk, that sucked, cause I absolutely LOVVEEDDDD my area in Arequipa, I felt at home in that ward, so it was sad to leave.
I'm in camana now! which is a pretty poor area, like, all dirt roads, and houses literally made out of sticks, and all the houses are on the side of the hills, which means loottssss of uphill walking #calvesofsteel #goodbyecelutitis but its cool. its like a little farm town. everyone has chickens, ducks, cows, and everyone either owns or works in the fields.
They grow a loottttttt of rice here, like all the rice people buy in all of Peru, a good amount of it is from camana jajaja and the people are suppeerrrr nice, and just about everyone is down to listen to us, which is amazing, but very few of the people who listen to us are ok with getting baptized, which kind of sucks.
In the 4 weeks I've been here, my comp and I have set severals baptism dates with people, and they`ve all fell, except one, but hey, one's better than nothing.
|Hna Escobar and Me|
My new companion is Hermana Escobar. she's Argentinian, makeing her my second argentinian companion, and shes cool.
|Kissing my lunch, It tested reallyyy good!|
Anyways folks I don't have much time left but I PROMISE to write next week love you all!! stay safe from the hurricane!!!
|Camana from my room|