In case you were wondering, in Colombia, people really really really like to party. Like a lot. The town has basically been closed down for a week. Needless to say, we didn't get much work done. this will continue until tomorrow. Frustrating, but what can you do? Maria Jose still doesn't feel ready to be baptized, but she comes to church. With a lot of faith, luck and miracles, we could have 3 or so baptisms for the 4th of March. Which would be extra special for me. (It's Elder King's Birthday that day.)
We didn't find many new people, and anybody not partying left Planeta Rica to avoid the partiers, so most of the new people we found were not able to receive us this week. But this next week should be interesting, what with the coming of Elder Falabella. Did I mention that Elder Ampuño is in my district now? If you don't remember him, he was my first companion here in the mission. We had our bittersweet reunion last friday.
Well, if you have any questions about my life or about life in general, now's your chance to "ask the missionary"