|Saying Good-Bye to Friends in Landover Hills|
Hope things are going well. I have been transferred to
the Mount Pleasant Spanish speaking area. I am opening up a new area in
Washington DC! It has been great so far, I really like the city and
things have been going well. As it is a new area we are spending most
of our time tracting and finding new people to teach. We have found
some good potentials, and we also found a Krispy Kremes😃.
|My New Area!|
Includes Georgetown, National Zoo, Dupont Circle,
The National Cathedral, the Whitehouse and the
|We are opening the first ever full proselyting Spanish speaking Sister area in Washington DC!|
My new companion is great and she is a hard worker! I am excited to keep
working with her. She has been in the mission 1 transfer longer than
me and she is also from Utah.
Our area is awesome. We have a lot of cool places in DC and we love
it. We have a car but we will usually just drive to the edge of DC and
then bus, metro and walk from there. We live in Wheaton Maryland
about 20 minutes outside of our area. We have been spending most of
our time checking up on potentials and tracting. We have tried to find
some members but the records are old and outdated.
We have been doing some work with a recent convert Anthony and his
mom Cecilia is our investigator. We are excited to keep working with
We have found about 5 new investigators this week and we think some
have some good potential! My companion is very crafty and has made
some cute object lessons and it is fun to teach with her.
|Looking for a member to contact, their address|
turned out to be the Colombian Embassy.
The branch in Mount Pleasant is awesome!! The members are so sweet. On
Sunday we get bags of food and members give us Belgium chocolate
every week. I had to bear my testimony because it was my first week
but it went well. It's always a bit scary talking in front of everyone
|These Lending Libraries are all over here|
|Sculpture of the Resurrection|
|Lots of good places to eat|
Thanks for all the support! Hasta luego!