Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Week 15


And that ends week 15 of my mission and 3 weeks until my companion heads back home to Bolivia.
This week was relatively uneventful, and time just keeps flying by.

Saturday our stake had a dance festival, where each of the wards performed a dance number, and our ward (branch) because it was so small, had 2 people, one of which was the branch president, that just went up on the spot and danced. It was hilarious. Also all of the missionaries in our zone put together a musical number. Okay, so Perú has some tribes that are in the Cuzco area and they speak a tribal language that is called Quechua (Kechua), so the song that se sang was in that language which was really cool and a lot of fun. It's called Ananau if you want to look it up.

I need new shoes. I don't know how this happens, but it did. The leather outer just peeled off, probably from like bending them and using them.

Let's see, there's not much else to report on this week, so I'm going to end it here. Until next week!

Elder Terry

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