Yo yo yo, week 2 down with the elder jensen and all is super alright. We walked a ton this week, and I had officially worn my shoe soles down to the plastic, which made my feet start to bleed, but we still pressed forward in faith and things are going incredible now. Sadly, I fell asleep this afternoon after shopping, and had not the chance to make a voice recording. I am just so beat from all the work we're getting done.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAA" so I said sure. The dude was chill, but when we started to teach he stopped us and said, "naw fam, come over when my family is here" so we did and he introduced us to his 3 kids, and 7 of their grandchildren, and we shared the message of the plan of salvation, and they loved it. we were walking down the street and we were starving, like I was about to cry because I wanted some good old coca cola, but we didn't leave the house with enough money, and we live WAYYYYYYYYYY too far from the house to go back, so we just kept walking. As we're standing on this corner making a call, a guy walks up to us and says, "you look hungry. How about you come over to my house for some papa rellena and some COCACOLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
We also saw the book of mormon work a miracle in this one lady´s life as she was looking for the answer to a very hard problem, and found that she needed to just stand still, and , the problem was solved. It was amazing.
We're also seeing some miracles in the spanish of my companion. He has no spanish experience before the mission, and I have seen a big improvement in his spanish in just this week alone. That probably has to do with the fact that I can explain how and when to use certain tenses and words to him in english. But a huge part is how diligent he is.
This week ahead should be even better than the last, as we have an extreme amount of new people to teach, who all seem pretty interested. Except for the granddaughter to a catholic dude who was afraid for us to come by and teach her because her catholic grandad is a hard man. But I said, "better yet, invite the dude over for the lesson" so we taught him slowly and patiently and he seems a lot chiller now. My comp was super scared to teach the dude at first though, but we're all good here.