October 24, 2016


Chivilcoy, Argentina


Hermana Córdova


In the real world, "adios" means goodbye. but in Argentina people say it in passing like "hello, how are you".

WHAT A WEEK. I don't even really remember it. We've eaten a TON of asado (BBQ) this week. and it's really good.

oooh it was pretty rainy on Tuesday and Wednesday, and we had a lesson with an Hermana who lives WAY far. one street on our way there was just a huge muddy mess. we couldn't ride on it because it was too slippery, but we could barely push our bikes through it either! but we had to get to this lesson!!! so we're struggling and laughing and working really hard, and there were just a bunch of fields around us, nobody was outside. we got pretty far and we looked to the side in one of the fields, there were about 50 sheep just staring at us.... they were all standing SO STILL and they just STARED. I felt like I was in a movie it was just so weird!! I couldn't believe I didn't have my camera, but I will never forget how there eyes just followed us as we struggled to get through the mud hahaha!!

Juan Pablo was able to come to church and we had some really nice talks about prayer and keeping the commandments, but he's just not ready to accept it :/ I think he'll keep reading the Book of Mormon though! He likes to read and hopefully we can find him later, too.

We did a really neat activity for the Family Home Evening this week! We imagined like we were all on a plane, and the pilot had just told us that we were going to crash in 1 minute! we all had paper and a pen and they told us to write some of the most important things that we want our loved ones to know. After the 1 minute was over, one of the elders read each paper and tore them up. like "oh, this is worthless, what does this even mean? it's not important it doesn't apply to me. I don't need this." and then he compared it to the scriptures and the word of God.We need to cherish the scriptures. they are the most precious things we have on this earth and we need to treat them like they are the word of God written to us. Because that's what they are.

Anyway this week is transfers! we're traveling to the capital later today to change companions and everything! Hermana Córdova is leaving me and I'm going to have another step-mom(because my first trainer is my mom but I still need training) :) fun mission lingo! but yeah, my new companion's name is Hermana Moore! I heard that she's American! I will send pictures next week :) and I will be showing her around Chivilcoy! so wish me luck!!

I also want to share what I wrote on my paper in the airplane activity, because it is really important and I want you all to know. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is Christ's church. I know because I have prayed to my Heavenly Father and through the Holy Ghost, He has helped me know these things. I know that God is our loving Heavenly Father and He truly wants what's best for us. All we have to do is trust in Him. I know that through being obedient we can learn to make covenants or promises with our Heavenly Father and He will bless us more than we can imagine. All we have to do is trust in Him always and be obedient.

I love you all SO MUCH and I really hope all is well this week :) read your scriptures and say your prayers and go to church <3

Hermana Hull


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