Monday emails now include making arrangements for college and all that jazz. It's weird. My bubble is gonna pop one day! AH.
I am really REALLY too lazy to even type a weekly letter so I am going to do that really lame highlight thing I do because I REALLY prefer it that way. :)
> Shoutout to Diana and Xavier for buying us Arbys for dinner on Monday. It was delicious and tasted even better knowing I didn't have to pay for that overpriced fast food.
> English Classes were dope this week. I am teaching the advanced class and I love it. I love teaching grammar and it's really cool how much I am learning about MY own language as I teach it to others. I pray that we will see some success out of this class, that SOMEONE will come into the fold of God!
> We taught Henry, but to be honest, I don't think he is very interested. He hates the idea of commandments. I mean, we will keep trying, but it's hard.
> WE GOT TWO NEW MEMBERS FROM EL SALVADOR. Such a miracle. They are 13 and 16 years old. Girls. They came here to live with their NON MEMBER MOTHER #goldmine. We took them to see the church and then taught the mom who has some doubts but they are super shallow and will go away. Best part is that we found them from an investigator, Emma.
> Had a 12 year old BEG us to baptize him, and the parents were like "Yeah, he needs to be baptized." and I had to tell them "Ummmm well so do you...." lol it was interesting. They didn't come to church but they have potential. SO we shall hope.
> The Romeros are still my best friends ever.
> Had Yaretzi's birthday party and I got to meet Elsa!!!
> Hector, Francisco, and Belinda's son and husband were at church.
> It is freaking COLD COLD COLD. But it's okay, I have a lot of clothes. Ha.
It's just the normal grind everyone. It just keeps going. One day it will run out and I will be sad so I am enjoying it while it lasts. LOVE YOU ALL.
Elder Jeffrey Aaron Groseclose