D&C 76:22

And now, after the many testimonies which have been given of him, this is the testimony, last of all, which we give of him: That he lives! D&C 76:22

Thursday, May 8, 2014

END OF APRIL ... also Mother's Day

Monday, March 5, 2014

Note from Mom - Bonus Week!  He actually sent photos!!!!

So, this week was good. We had Consejo de lideres, so that was fun. I got to see our old Ciudad Nueva zone. All of that zone are either leaders or home.

We also got permission to baptize Kevin!!! His mom said that she wasn`t going to sign anything, though, so we will have the aunt sign it in her place. She told him to get baptized, but that she wasn`t going to sign anything.

We should finish this month with 2 to 3 baptisms. That should be good. I also asked President if I could finish in the area where I am. I am hoping that he gives me my wish. I will go wherever in changes next week, but I would love to finish here. It would be nice.

This week was sort of interesting, in the sense that nothing really happened. We were contacting and had a kid sit down next to us and start putting marijuana in bags, which was interesting. Not a meter from me. That was funny to see the difference in the culture. Also, I thought about saying something, but bit my tongue. I DO know how to stop talking, contrary to popular belief, I just choose not to most times. 

And I have a goal with my comp....1000 contacts starting today. I have to finish before I leave. This should be interesting. I have to do 21 a day. I think I am going to get it. I am positive I am going to get it. I have a meter drawn in the house to measure and everything. Super dopeness. 

Also, I found Connor Bills in a manual they give us. 

That`s pretty much it

I love you all
Zach
 
With Elder Fielding.  Note the power lines in the background.  Those you see are pretty mellow "orderly" compared to others I've seen.

With Elder Elnicky.  If you are new to the blog, Zach and Elder Elnicky played soccer together when they were 10.  Elder Elnickly recently returned home.

Soap Carving of a tutle.  The inspiration came from the second to last photo of the week.  He generously gave this carving to the man who carved that piece.  Zach's comment is that this is "super dope."

Zach and a friend Vida,l who he met when he first went to Honduras at 13 as part of Smiles for Central America.  Vidal continues to support this humanitarian effort and plays a vital role in Honduras

Meter chart to ensure he meets his goal to contact 1,000 people before he comes home.

The last of the Ciudad Nueva Zone.  Zach is standing next to Elder Smith, one of his favorite friends!

Inspiration for the turtle soap carving.  Not sure who is going to wear this.

Zach with current companion, Elder Bruce and baptismee. 
 

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