26 May 2009

The work here is moving along pretty well.

We have a few investigators that have baptismal dates for the 12th of next month, it seems like we have had a couple of baptismal dates that just keep getting pushed back a little bit every week. One day they will come and then that will be the day that you hear a shout of joy all the way from Argentina.

Tonight we are going to one of our investigator´s homes for a birthday celebration for her daughter. The mom, Natalia, and her oldest daughter, Dihana have baptismal dates for the twelfth along with a 88 year old man named Jose and possibly another but we haven´t re-challenged her yet. She is the daughter of a less active in the ward.

Things in the ward have gotten a little better lately. We had a real heart to heart talk with our bishop and explained a few things to him and Elder Olson had a meeting with one of the counselors in the stake presidency and I have a feeling, or at least I hope, that we start seeing some more action in our ward on the topic of missionary work among the members.

As for Argentina; it still cannot decide whether it wants to be summer or winter yet and the weather is super unpredictable. Yesterday we went to a different area for divisions and I got to have another senior companion experience. The area we visited was closed last transfer and one really good investigator was left behind. He should also be getting baptized soon, as he is getting married this week or the next.

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