A young boy in the ward was baptized and after we had cake.
This week was pretty good! not too much happened but it was good! Spanish still is a little hard and I have forgotten what good English sounds like.. Today I tried talking with an American Elder in our area and it was harder than it should have been.. I swear, how do people learn more than two languages and tell them apart. It's crazy. I'm learning one and can't even. I'm switching between Spanish and English all the time so my main language here is Spanglish...
But something cool happened this Friday. There is this girl in our area we are teaching and she is going to be baptized in two weeks. When we first asked her who she wanted to baptize her like 1 1/2 weeks ago, she didn't know. Then her mom asked me and my comp how many people we had baptized. My companion said he had baptized two and I said zero. And she said, "Good, you'll do it to me, and then whispered to me that Paula wanted me to do it originally.. So I get to baptize her!! Woot woot, she is awesome, she is 9 years old and we call her menonita because she has light skin, like lighter than me... but both her parents are dark.. But anyway that will be cool!
This week my companion left me alone with this young couple in their house for an hour while he was in the bathroom. And I expected it to be super awkward, BUT it wasn't because in that moment I was blessed with the gift of tongues and talked to the family for a whole hour, and understood like eighty percent which was a huge blessing because I hate feeling awkward. So yeah, that's the language update.
Spiritual experience: I went to seminary this Friday--me and my comp made up half the class--but it was great! The class was in the house of a member. This member is a single mother with no priesthood in the house. This member said that she could feel something different whenever we were with her, and then she asked me to bless her house... So I gave her house a blessing. It was really hard to get on the roof so i could put my hands on its head, but it all worked out and I gave a great blessing.. in English... but it was still great and its the spirit that counts.
Sorry there wasn't much to say this week.. I'll try to have more things to say next week!