December 3, 2018


San Vicente - Talcuhuano


Elder Federico Barboza

I Need Thee Every Hour

Recently my plans for the district have taken for hymn numbers, maybe i'll start that here who knows.
This week there wasn't much to talk about but we're here working. Actually we have another baptism scheduled for the end of the year and I'm super excited for him. The mom of krishna (who got baptized about a month ago is getting divorced so she can get married tothe guy she's living with and then she'll be a member.

Everyday I learn a little bit more how to be humble and have a little more faith. I've heard plenty of stories where they've wiated baptisms and got nothing but then found out later that they're stake presidentes if that makes sense.

I went to the doctors today to get a part of my nail removed. I go back in on Wednesday and then on monday the doctor is going to give me some insoles to see if that will help. I tossed out the black Rockports and the brown ones have a hole in them. My rain boots are going to be fine for the rain but afterwards I think they're dead and the Doc Martins I have to try to stretch them like you guys suggested. I think I'll be fine. If not I'll find some shoes. Don't worry too much. I didn't want to do any repairs because the next week is transfers and I don't want to leave any shoes there. I'm going to be fine with my feet. I'll seriously need a pedicure but other than that. I'm going strong.

I've learned a lot about working in my mission. Just because we're outside of the house doesn't mean we're working. We have to be working at every moment. I still have so much potential that I can achieve but I just need to stop grandpa-ing and go after it ya know.

Sorry for the rant. But I'm going to be all good. Transfers are next week. I'll let you know how that goes.


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