Wahoo! Hola mis amigos queridos!
There is WAAAAY less stress here en Trinidad because I don’t have to worry about falles, about activities, be concerned about not having members in lessons, it’s not insufferably hot outside(este Sur is suppose to last until July!!) I do however need my cute clothes and they are all locked away in the ciiiity!!!) [if you recall, when she went to Riberalta she could only take one suitcase and had to leave the other one locked away in the mission office], I don’t eat the same thing for lunch everyday, I’m not eating pan y Triny todos los dias por cena, life is good!! It is weird that people have money here and nice things and big cars and that we use taxis frequently. There are A LOT more mosquitos here, and all the sewage just goes into the gutters next to the street(the water is black…. don’t touch it) and so if you breath in that dust you can get sick. I think I’m gonna be a good bit of time here en Trinidad. And it’s weird to have different elders around haha…..
oh! How to speak camba!
1. drop the s and make it a j (the h-sound) at the end of words, por ejemplo pues is now puej o nosotros es nosotroj
2. change the accent mark so that instead of escÚchame, dicimos escuchÁme, or instead of pasame its pasÁme.
3. Talk en Vos(pronounces Boh) form
I just wanted to real quick share a little bit of my testimony of the Savior with y’all.
Medetizar: 3 Nephi 12:41
And whosoever shall compel thee to go a mile, go with him twain.
Hna E Butikofer
PS love y’all!! Have a great week, use the Atonement to do better and be better!
My desk in Riberalta
My new companions in Trinidad
A pile of cow bones in the backyard of someone in Trinidad
Another picture of my new companions. I feel so tall.
A final pictures of the missionaries I have grown to love in Riberalta. I will miss them.
A final view of Riberalta from the lighthouse. I hope to return someday.
Weather is nice so hair is down.