March 25, 2019


Terrada, Bahía Blanca


Elder Leiva

Elder Ben: Argentina Weekly

To answer a few questions, school started about a week or two ago. It was weird having school start and realizing that that´s in the past for me now. We´re in autumn, and it´s nice that it´s cooling down a bit even if we´re getting a lot of rain. The other day we left our house with big coats and umbrellas ready. An hour later we returned to put it all back because there wasn't a cloud in the sky and we felt hot. An hour later, a storm struck. In other news: <i class=""></i><i class="">Argentina Weekly</i>Transfer season has come once again, and just as the world turns its eyes on a groundhog to determine whether or not they´ll spend six more weeks in winter, in the mission field everyone turns our attention to this new step in our lives as our leaders announce whether or not we´ll spend six more weeks in our areas. So the question on everybody´s lips (chapped lips, that is): does Phil feel lucky? (If you don't understand that reference, my condolences.) The shadow (or lack thereof) of change has fallen over barrio Terrada in a way we didn't dare expect: Elder Leiva is leaving, and he's going to be training. He's super nervous and excited for this, and I'm sure that he's going to do a great job.Here they have grapefruit-flavored soda. It tastes good.Thank you for the support, stories, and updates that you all send me. It's awesome hearing from you guys.Elder Sheffer


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