Transfer information came in last night! I'm leaving my first area and headed to another area, about 2 hours away from the city! The name of my area is Cliza, and is a pueblo, or a small town where they nearly only speak Quechua. I spoke with my new companion last night about the area, and he told me sacrament meeting is in quechua, unless the bishop speaks. I am super excited to be going there!!SO back tracking to this past week, here was a typical day in Boliva:
It was a long odd series of events, but things like these happen every day here.
This week we gave service to a lady who was carrying over 100 pounds of cement mix in a wheel barrow in the street. She seemed to be struggling, so we lended a hand to her. We did not know it at the time, but she had to bring this wheel barrow full of cement more than 10 blocks. With the bags spilling the powder everywhere, and us sweating from head to toe, we finally arrived at her house, exhausted. A few minutes later, she began to cry, thanking the lord for 'sending 2 angels' to help her. She told us it would be inpossible for her to have done it alone, and she was positive the Lord sent us there for a reason. She could feel the spirit, and we were so happy just to be able to help her. It was a great experience!