Tuesday, August 30, 2016

¨[Hna Camcho] took a little spill at the sand dunes today... broke her coccyx¨ Letter 8-29-16

14 Months on the Mission

Caty's Kids

Caty's Kids

Caty & Kids

Hola a todos!

This week has been a pretty good one, though I CANNOT BELIEVE THAT I HAVE 14 MONTHS IN THE MISSION!!!!!!!!

It's starting to cool off ever so slightly here in Peñasco. And I'm also glad to tell you that there were no phone ransoms paid, dog bites, nor any other kind of mischief like that in this nook of Sonora. But poor Hermana Camacho has had some problems with her tailbone and this last week it's gotten worse so we've taken a break from our bikes. But now our area seems so much bigger!! We're going to the doctor tomorrow to check out her back. Hopefully they can find something or give her some kind of medicine because she's been having a lot of pain.
*PS-10 points to all of you who understand the subject line...

Our young investigator, Andres, is doing really well. We watched the Book of Mormon cartoon of Nephi and the Brass Plates this week which was really fun for him, but he wasn't able to come to church yesterday  because both of his parents worked. We're trying to reactivate his whole family so this week we're going to put some goals to be able to make it to Sacrament meeting this week.

Caty is still doing well, but gave us the sad news that she and her boyfriend and kids will be moving to Hermosillo in 2 weeks before she can get baptized. I hope she can continue to prepare for baptism there, though. We're going to send her dates to the mission office.

We have a new progressing investigator named Rosario. She has around 50 years and is darling! She was so excited when she came to church with us yesterday. I´ll keep you all updated on her and on our other investigators. Please keep them in your prayers.

Con amor,

Hermana Hauck

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