|According to Google images, this is a view of Mirador, the area where Elder Hale is serving.|
This is going to be really quick because the time to write already ran out - holy moly.
We've been working hard, and the sector is looking great! I don't know if I mentioned it, but my companion's name is Elder Maughan. He is from Arizona. We have a good time.
|Fiestas Patiras consists of two days. The first marks the beginning of Chilean independence. People dancing cueca.|
We celebrated the independence day of Chile this week. That means tough luck for finding new investigators for at least a week - haha! It was tough, but we found some nice people.
|Soldiers marching in a parade celebrating the "Day of the Glories of the Army", which is held the second day of Fiestas Patrias.|
Today we went to an airplane museum in Los Cerrillos. Photos coming soon, or when I figure out a better cyber to use that doesn't look really sketchy. I'm afraid this one will give me a gnarly virus...
I am really grateful to be in Mirador. The members, especially the bishop, have a lot of confidence in us. The bishop is hoping we will be able to bring some more life into the ward and I feel very blessed to serve here. I pray every night that the Lord will pour blessings down on Mirador and on the missionary work so we can help the ward.
Thanks for everything.
Love you guys!