|Elder Stam, Elder Johnson and Elder ?|
My week has been alright. It's all starting to be the same now. We do the exact same thing almost every day, so it's getting pretty boring. I'm supposed to leave the MTC on September 23rd. Which is two weeks from today. I'm so stoked to get out of this place. I'm so ready for Chile now. I'm still feeling great. Not sick at all still. Which is good.
I got the package of goodies. Thank you haha. And yes I did share with them. And the cream soda was awesome. Thanks for the note as well. I'll try to send more pictures later today. I don't have very many pictures though because we can only take them on P Day.
Yes I eat chips and salsa almost every day at lunch. They have the most amazing salsa you could ever imagine here. It's crazy. One of our teachers is also going to bring habanero peppers on the last day for anyone that wants to eat them. I'm up for the challenge. It might kill be but it will be memorable haha. I've heard that the food in Chile is really good, but it's not spicy unfortunately. I love spicy. It'll still be good though.
There's been a huge debate in our district over BYU and Utah. Of course, me being the district leader, made it final that Utah was better. I love that they're having a good season so far. I can use that against the BYU fans now too.
In the MTC, we have the same companion. I'm pretty sure I'm companions with him until we get to the mission home in Chile. I have two companions now, because his other companion went home, so we were put in a trio. It's strange, but not too bad.
I was able to say a prayer in Spanish after like three days haha, so prayers are easy to me. It's just the every day talk now that I can't do very well. We've only learned gospel Spanish, so just talking normally is pretty hard. We don't have the vocab yet. I can say "Through the Gospel of Jesus Christ you can be cleaned of your sin and be worthy to enter the kingdom of God", but I can't say fork or spoon in Spanish.
|Having fun with his companions!|
Love, Elder Stam
|District in Mexico City|
|Elders Stam, Walker and Johnson|