Elder Lima is a great companion. He is always happy. He had to get shots on Saturday and the lady that gave them tried to teach me how to do them, but I didn`t want to learn, especially because of the place where they are administered. Today Sister Salinas called to ask if I could do them, and my companion said no. The other missionaries in my district are great. 2 from Mexico, 1 from the Dominican Republic, and 1 from Lehi (future date for Kimi at BYU). I forgot to take pictures this week. I`ll get them next week.
It´s great that Kimi is going to BYU summer term. I think she can take that extra class. I had biology (3), mission prep (2) dance 180 (.5) 2 classes of raquetball (.5 each). My biology class was super easy, but I think sociology will be a little bit harder. Mission prep was only difficult when I had tests. She may want to consider not taking dance 180 or just auditing it, because it is difficult to get an A, especially for the girls because I recall that for the final they get a partner for their test that they have never danced with before that do the steps a little bit differently. With her schedule, make sure that the classes don`t spread out all day. Get them over with before the afternoon. And don`t take classes Monday evening, because thats FHE.
This week was pretty uneventful. These last 2 weeks we haven`t had too much success. If our investigator prays and gets an answer, we will be having a baptism this week. We´ve got a few kids that have been going to church, and if they go this Sunday, we can have their baptisms next week. Their names are Gaspar, Oscar, and Francisco. This Wednesday I`m going to get my Visa renewed so I can stay here.
Have a great week.