Oh i love you all and i love your emails! everything i read to hear your voices through those words! im glad you all had a good week with superbowl and with sams papers in! how crazy that i have been in my mission for 5 months aleady! aaaghhhh! we had a pretty good las week with the rain from thursday to sunday! we have a baptism this next week on sunday after sacrament meeting. its this cute little old lady that we found while knocking on doors! she had this huge avacado tree and she gave these delicious avacado por GUACAMOOOOLLLEEE! ahhahaha. she is amazing. the day after we met her she came with us to church and she loved it! on friday we were drenched from head to toe from the rivers in the streets! one of the members gave us some coats and afterwards we were crossing one of the main streets and a lady started running towards us while her flip flop slipped passed me. i tried to dive for it but missed it. then the next minute hermana roy had bolted down the street running in the river to catch this flimsy flip flop! hahahahaha. she was about a block in a half down when she dove for it and was totally soaked. i was running along the sidewalk trying be close to her laughing hysterically and her little curly head bobbing when she ran and fell.. ahhahahaha. i love her so much. we have our transfer next week and we dont know who is leaving or staying. theres a chance i will stay or she will. she talked a little bit how scared she was to change cause we´ve been together for quite a long time. but i know the president will do what is best for us. he is our leader and is truly a man of god. today we played futbol and i cut some of the elders hair. they were all impressed with my different thinning shears and texturizer. ahahha. its always fun to get together with them and share our experiences and know we´re not alone is this. i love you all and have a great week! im so grateful to be here and enjoy every minute i have or learning to laugh at hard times, being patient with myself, and growing to love these people, the children of god in every corner. i can feel His love and i pray every time that they may feel His love through my actions and my words. just like the song brightly beams our fathers mercy. you should have val heiner sing that for sams farewell. ahhaha. he is our lighthouse and as members we are the lights along side of the shore helping those struggling ones to land on firm ground! to build and accelerate into the potential that god sees in us! magnified and glorified through the gospel! i love you all!! be good and haz lo justo!!!! TE AMO!!
Saren will complete her mission April 11th. Her welcome home meeting is scheduled for April 17th at the West Weber Ward chapel 4100 W 900 S - our block begins at 9:00am. We would love to have you all join us, and come over to the house after to visit.
The Lord watch between me
while we are absent
from one another. Genesis 31:49
This is blog is posted by Saren's mother. It is how we share Saren's mission with you all.
She would love to hear from you by sending a letter through the pouch:
Argentina Buenos Aires West Mission
SLC, UT 84130-0150
This can only be a card or letter folded over, taped or stapled at the bottom-no envelopes.
Mission Argentina, Buenos Aires Oeste
Buenos Aires, Argentina
(Needs a 98 cent stamp)
or you can e-mail her through - www.dearelder.com, click on write a letter, pouch, and go to Argentina Buenos Aires West, they send it for free!
Hermana Sasha Lopez-Zimmerman from Jefferson City, Missouri - Ituzaingo
Hermana Patricia Salazar from Argentina - Ramos Mejia
Hermana Isla from Argentina - Ramos Mejia. They will work 5 weeks together as she is a 19 year-old member who helps out when there is an odd number of Hermanas in the mission. These helpers are referred to as a "mini."
Hermana Brittany Godfrey from Pennsylvania - Ramos Mejia