Monthly Archives: December 2012

Speechless

I didn’t expect finishing the mission to be so hard. So many mixed feelings confuse and try to distract me. In other words, It’s hard to not feel “trunky.” With the holiday season in full blow (which in Argentina means … Continue reading

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Humidity, Blackouts and 0 Wind…

  With humidity, blackouts for hours and 0 wind, it feels a lot hotter . . . I’m all good as to Meeko…such is the circle of life. It bites a bit at times, but she hasn’t been my bird … Continue reading

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Un Lindo Calorcito

It’s hot and we’re nice and sweaty. Pretty picture, right? The people laugh at us for our shirts, ties, and hats as we wipe the sweat from our brows with worn handkerchiefs fashioned from expired t-shirts. We let them laugh. … Continue reading

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New Dawn, New Day, New Challenges

Ernesto and Pamela’s kids, simply adorable! Service with a smile! Helping in a member’s home.  What an unpleasant surprise. A few months back, Sister Heyman, the wife of our mission president, had a stroke. Since then, she has been in … Continue reading

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