I love Sis. Dalton. She is like my "vicarious" mom. haha She really is loving to us - her and Pres. Dalton.(that doesn´t mean I don´t consider you a good mom - it's just how I think of her.)
So this week we were working really hard to help Weber and his family be baptized! They're progressing great and will be baptized next week. Sadly, though, I was transferred. President called me and said, "Well... you're going to be a bit busy for your last few days......" Arrrgh haha... So with 3 weeks left on my mission I will be a Zone Leader and a trainer in a new area. I entered into a bit of a panic the first minute, and I almost cried because of the baptism this week, but I had told President that of course I would accept that the Lord has given me an assignment, and I cannot deny Him." And luckily I had told president about my baptism and he said I can go back! I am really hoping to go back to Embu Guaçu! It's very possible that it will happen!! But I don´t know yet, we´ll have to see. :)
Anyway, that is about all that was exciting for me that happened! Oh, we´re teaching a man called Francisco that has a really bad drinking problem that we are helping. He´s doing well. Sadly his family (Brother and Sisters) don't really support him, so we're working hard to help him, too.
The last family we´re helping is a young couple called Taina and Paulo. They really want to learn, but sadly her husband works then goes straight to college so we couldn´t talk to them until , but when we taught them they were really curious and wanted to hear more about what the church thought of gay marriage and, well, marriage in general. It was a really spiritual lesson!
There's more people, but these are the ones who are progressing most!
I love Y'all!
Só Famílias Eternas!