Every day here is SOOOO busy. Literally, 6am to 10;30 or later if we're having additional tasks is so busy and there isn't any free time, every second is scheduled. It's amazing though to be here. I already know that my Spanish has improved, I've given several prayers, testimonies, and sang some Spanish Himnos. It's awesome to be in a place were everyone is so excited and willing to serve. I got to see Kyle earlier, I ran into Jeff and Michael Angell, and I've gotten to see Gino a few times. Everything has been a little weird because like half of the buildings are closed because the 1st Presidency and 12 and mission presidents have training, That includes the Gym, so I haven't gotten to play any basketball yet haha. Just some soccer, and we're not allowed to play ultimate but I threw a Frisbee some.
I take the train from Provo to Salt Lake City, Utah next Tuesday so that is really exciting to be able to know that I'm already halfway done with my stay here. Today was P-Day, so we started with going to the Provo Temple (very beautiful temple) and now I'm about to do laundry. I have such limited time to email and respond to you guys, I'm trying to get through all my thoughts. Everything will be much calmer and easy in the field I think, here's there's 3600 missionaries and it's so crowded and busy so I'm just excited to get everything started. My first teacher, Hermano Wilkes, is from Utah and served his mission in Dominican Republic. Heramana Caseras, my other teacher, is from Mexico and served in Chapatas, Mexico. So they are both incredible at Spanish and teaching in Spanish. I cannot believe how well some people that said they were like, typical farm kids in Oklahoma, can speak Spanish after 2 years. That's really exciting for me. I love the elders and sisters in my district, they are all so cool and have to much to teach and share with me. The food is kinda rough, when we first got here over 40+ people had food poisoning from some enchiladas. There's also a gastro-intestinal thing going around, I've seen lots of throwing up in the bathroom. Luckily we're staying decently healthy. A sister in our zone got really bad strep throat, but the coolest thing was that I was able to give her a blessing with Elder Budding. It was a spiritually powerful moment. I cannot believe how busy they've kept us.