April 4, 2016


Ayacucho Ward, North Santa Fe Stake


Elder Chauque

Week 13 in Argentina


Hey mom sup, umm yeah this week was pretty boring, I didn’t even write in my journal. Friday though I had divisions with the new zone leader, he’s super serious but I really like him. His name is Elder Lobobs and he is from Chile. He taught me a lot of stuff that my comp hasn’t so that was good. Conference was cool I was in a room at the Stake center with 4 others that speak English and we watched it on a TV which was sweet. It was the first time I actually paid attention but I think stuff applies differently when you’re a missionary. I don’t know how to explain so don’t ask haha. I think the coolest part was when Monson talked about the cat from Alice in Wonderland because Elder Nord (my old zone leader) told me the same exact metaphor and applied it to setting goals. I know you asked how Elder Nord broke his foot, well he was playing soccer with kids and he pressed hard and heard a pop. Then he walked on it for a month so yeah he messed it up. He emailed me though and is doing good. Oh yea, I got the package you sent me on Tuesday. Thanks for all the stuff and I’m already using the scripture markers you sent. We got upgraded to 2000 pesos a month which is a big difference from 1400. Especially when the only thing we pay for is a bus card so we’re living easy right now. This past week was really wet, but at least I get my clothes washed and I don’t have to hand wash them myself. Our next transfers are April 18th and I hope I get to stay and train and be district leader, we’ll see. I still haven’t found any slippers for our freezing apartment and I’m not sure what we are going to do today because it is so wet. My clothes and stuff are all holding up good so far so that’s good. We still get fed all of the time because our Ward loves us haha. Remember that lady that is pregnant and we set a baptism date for her? Well she still wants to be baptized but wants to wait until she has her baby. She was due on the 27th of March so any day now. My Spanish is going really good but it’s funny, like I can understand people within the ages of 16-40, but past 40 or before 16 is more difficult I don’t know why, but it’s all good. Okay I am out of time love you guys.


This is for dad—
Hi Dad, I’m sure you heard the talk about fathers by D. Todd Christofferson at conference, you’d better step up your game, just kidding haha. But seriously thanks for guiding me in the right path all my life and thanks for holding the family down like the anchor.
love elder tyson


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