All of you returned missionaries will understand when I tell you about Zone Leaders. There are ones who are more relaxed, and others who literally walking rule books, Not that that is a bad thing. Last week, we arrived at internet a little bit late, and internet is only betweenSo remember our investigator Nilda? She got her test results back for her cancer to see if it is dangerous or not and.... she's going to be just fine! SHe has an operation ina few weeks that she is nervous about, but everything should turn out fine. We still visit her every day, and loves hearing our messages. here. To the zone leaders, that means down to the minute. I didn't want to send a huge letter mid sentence, so I just saved the stories for this week also.
3 Sundays ago I went to the hospital with a stomach infection. My companion and I both assumed that would be the last trip to the sodpital for a while, but we were wrong. Remeber the Holiday called Dia de Peaton? Where the prohibit to drive cars for an entire day. Well, this is especially problematic for us, since we live in a tiny pueblito 20 minutes from the capilla. The always seems to fall on a Sunday too, just our luck. The night before, we slept with other elders near the capilla, but we had to find a way back to our area after church. So, we came up with the idea od asking members of the ward to borrow bikes to go back. My companion really wanted to go back on bikes, and since that was the only option, we did. We got 2 bikes and made our journey back. About 20 minutes into the trip, my companion hit a pot hole, and lost control of his bike. He skid about 15 feet on the asphault before stopping. The 2 members with us, and I rushed over to him, but he was having a tough time walking. We hiked him up to a seat of another bike, and had to walk to bike about 3 kilometers to the local clinic. Somehow, the clinic was full, and we had to take him to the hospital to get treated. Luckily, nothing on him is broken, and all his wounds are superficial. We were able to leave the hospital that night, and he is almost back to being 100% healthy!