Monday, February 24, 2014

February 24, 2014 The Spirit will guide you!!!‏

Such a good week! It never ceases to amaze me how fast and yet how slow the time goes as a missionary. Also... how tired, happy, sad, spiritual, exhausting, exhilarating, etc. a mission is. A mission is like a mini lifetime :) And it is so much all at the same time because you are so involved in so many aspects of so many different peoples' lives. It's incredible! Monday was great! We got to go and play sports again with a few people from our zone. My compa and I both went up for the ball in soccer. We both hit heads and neither one of us hit the ball! Hahaha. It hurt SO BAD! I had a small black eye from it but you couldn't see it after I had put a little make-up on. I was just impressed because she is 5 2" and made it all the way up to my  head when we were jumping :) Too funny! Don't worry... all ended well! That night we got to teach Lizzy and Stephy. We taught them about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We used a really cool egg lesson to do it. We were talking about repentance and the little 6 year old says... When you repent you have to say sorry and give them a hug like this :) Then she gave us a huge hug! So stinkin' cute :) On Tuesday we had a lesson with Alma our recent convert and then we went back to her house later that night to have a lesson with Cecilio at her house. He is incredible!!! We have only taught 2 lessons with him and before we had even taught all about the Book of Mormon he had read the whole introduction and knew and understood SO much! We are really looking forward to teaching him :) That night we also had one of the most incredible lessons I have had on my mission. We went over to teach Adrianna. She had been avoiding us a bit and we couldn't figure out what was going on. We intended to teach the plan of Salvation but ended up teaching something completely different. You could tell the Spirit was guiding the lesson. I was bearing my testimony and telling her that God will guide us when we go to Him with a broken heart and a contrite Spirit. Right when I said that she broke into tears... she said she had been so CONFUSED! Ever since she had been talking with us she had felt more peace in her life. But then her family was telling her that she shouldn't be listening to us etc, etc, etc. So it was causing a lot of doubts. She had been praying to find the truth and found a scripture in the Bible about a broken heart. She knew it was God talking to her she said. When I said that in my testimony to her (Honestly, I never say that. It was completely the Spirit.) She said she knew it was God talking to her. Her prayers are so sincere and you can tell she has such a strong desire to find the truth :) IT was SUCH A POWERFUL lesson! She committed to read and to come to church. The next appointment when we went back she had read all we left and had been praying. This last Sunday she came to church and she loved it :) The members were so good to her and sat with her and made her feel comfortable :) We ended up playing with her 1 and a 1/2 year old in the hall during sacrament because he was crying and she couldn't listen :) It made for a good time! Wednesday was so hilarious!!! We had another lesson with Stephy and Lizzy. We have been trying to make it really fun for them because we are teaching a 9 and 6 year old. This time we were talking about the Word of wisdom. We got a brand new white shirt and put it on Stephanie. The white shirt symbolized our clean body. Then we put black paint all over it to symbolize the effects of breaking the word of wisdom. It was an awesome lesson until we took the Shirt off of her in the end of the lesson. Underneath she had a sponge bob shirt... it was SO STAINED!!! The black paint had gone through and then the little girls were running all over the house and so there was black paint everywhere :) Needless to say we were all dying laughing and cleaning up quite a bit of paint :) Don't worry... Xiomara their mom thought it was pretty funny too!  Thursday was another good day. We ended up teaching an english class. It was a blast! Some of our investigators came and it was so fun to be able to help them with their english :) That night...we also had another crazy thing happen. I forgot to tell you last week... 2 sundays ago we were knocking trying to find a referral. When we knocked.. this hispanic looking lady answered. Her face grew more and more puzzled the more we talked. Turns out
she was from Iraq!!! She hardlly speaks a lick of English. Anyhow... they invited us in. The kids spoke english and were translating for us. They asked if we could help them. They needed a baby sitter. Not 30 minutes before we had met Naomi who said her mom was looking for work and she had worked for 10 years taking care of kids. PERFECT!! So we set up an appointment with all of them. It was so insane because Naomi's mom doesn't speak english. Only Spanish. So we were translating from Spanish to English and the kids were translating from English to Arabic. It was so crazy :) But it all worked out and she is going to take care of the kids. Miracle! That night we also had possibly our last lesson with Norman :( He was progressing so fast!!! Turns out he had to move to Dallas this last weekend :( So we will get the missionaries to him there. That's alright... because when the Lord takes something away He will always bless us with more. Thursday we also had Elder Ellis from the 70 come. He has given a talk in General conference! It was SO incredible. God has been trying to talk to me a lot. I have had so many people tell me here lately not to waste my time with people that aren't progressing. As hard as it is for me to leave them and find those who are praying and waiting because I love them so much.... I know that God has others waiting for me. That has been so clear. I have wasted some precious time on my mission visiting those who I loved but that weren't ready for the Gospel. So please keep me in your prayers that we can find the people that are being prepared and that are waiting. I am going to need it :) I will talk more about what he taught us next week. It was such an incredible experience!!! Friday another incredible thing happened. We found a really less active named Elizabeth. We caught her in the drive way so we got a chance to talk to her :) She invited us in and immediately started to cry. She said how weird it was because on her drive home she had actually been thinking... "Maybe I should go to church this next week?" Then we showed up. Here's your SIGN!!! :D She said we told her exactly what she needed. IT really is incredible how the Spirit works. Saturday I was so stinkin' happy. Not really sure why... it was just one of those days when I was on a cloud :) We taught Lili who just lost her husband in September. The plan of salvation brought her a lot of peace we could tell :) She's too funny! I will tell you more about her next week. Also this week I got a letter from Lili y David :) David just got the opportunity to baptize a family!!!! And Lili goes out with the Hermanas all the time :) So awesome!!! Well I love you all :) It was an incredible week and I am learning so much! Keep up is your prayers!! You are in mine :) Love you all!!!!!
-Hermana Hadlock :) 

Monday, February 17, 2014

February 17, 2014 Just another day in paradise!‏

Hey Y'all!! 

What a week!! It was a good one :) Honestly, I have a really hard time remembering all that happened. I think I remember and then I look back in my planner and in my journal and I think to myself... what??? That was this week?? That feels like 3 weeks ago!! Time on the mission really is the most bizarre thing. It passes so fast and so slow all at the same time. It seems that the time keeps speeding up the farther I get into it though. Everyone tells me that the second half goes so much faster so I am trying to buckle down, keep giving it all I have got, and enjoy the ride!! On Monday we had a lesson with Maira. Remember her?? She is incredible. She is one of my very favorites :) Nah, I love them all. But seriously. At the end of the lesson she said a prayer and it had something like this in it... "I know I act like I don't care a lot but I really do and I really am so grateful these hermanas are here to help me to find peace in my life." She is definitely a teenager but I really do love her so stinkin' much. It blows my mind because I realize how much I have grown in the time since I have graduated from high school. Absolutely blows my mind to think that it has almost been 2 years since I graduated from high school. In 3 months it will be 2 years. Before I know it, I'll be 90! Man, I'll sure make a cute old lady ;) Tuesday was INCREDIBLE!! We had district meeting and then at 1:00 we drove to meet the other Hermanas. Hermana McDonald is now a sister training leader so I got to go on exchanges with her for a day. She came back here and so it was just like "old times." We had the schedule jam packed and lessons set up with members all day!! I couldn't have been more thrilled because the last exchange I went on Hermana Ostler came and all of our lessons cancelled. We ended up only having 1 lesson which was the Chavez family we found that night knocking just before it was time to change back. Needless to say, I was happy to have Hermana McDonald here on a day that was planned out to be stellar! We ended up having 4 lessons with a member that day and one Recent convert lesson with Alma :) SUCH a good day! Norman is progressing so much. I think I talked about how he had made it to church the last week. He has been reading in the Book of Mormon every time we go and has agreed to a baptismal date of the 22 of March. We just got to get him to church consistently :) He works setting up bouncy houses and everyone rents them on the weekends so as you can imagine all of his work is on Saturday and Sunday. I told him jokingly the church would rent out all the bouncy houses for Sunday  and that he could have one after his baptism ;) Stephanie is also progressing SO much! She has a date for the 8th of March. It is incredible... she really does understand better what we are teaching better than most adults. I guess it makes sense why we need to become as little children. It was really good to be back with Hermana McD for a day. I realized how much I learned with her and how much I have grown in the short time since I was companions with her. She taught me so much and is an incredible missionary :) We talked about how it's not enough just to get "good" at teaching the lessons. Not enough just to be a "good" missionary... we want to give it everything!! We want to become great. Leaving it all on the court... or mission field in this case. Speaking of becoming great... we had stake conference this past week. One of the 70 was there. It was incredible... the Saturday night session they told us they had received a letter from the first presidency saying to invite the youth and the missionaries to the session and to focus the entire thing on "hastening the work/ missionary work" He said the last time the First Presidency assigned a topic was in 2002. It doesn't happen often obviously. I know that God is hastening his work. We are the workers in the vineyard and this is the last hour. He is making His last calls to all those who are willing to help Him in the vineyard to save as many as possible and bless them with the gift He can give of eternal life. President Durrant talked and he said one of the funniest things. He was talking about hastening the work and he said he was going to tell us his lion king joke. He said, "What does the fast lion say to the slow lion?? MUFASSA!!! (move faster) I was DYING of laughter. His whole talk was so funny and more importantly so inspiring. He invites everyone to use the "Would you be willing to hear a brief presentation of my faith/Christ/my church??" etc. Once he was in a restaurant. The waiter came and asked, "Would you like anything to drink... margaritas?"  He was offering them alcohol. President Durrant said, "No, we don't drink alcohol. But would you be willing to listen to a brief presentation of my faith?" The waiter said yes. Shortly after the Solano family had the lessons and a little more than a year later President Durrant and his family were able to attend the sealing of this family in the TEXAS DALLAS TEMPLE. From small and simple things... great things come to pass. OPEN your mouth!! Invite someone. Use the question. Get a name, phone number, and an address. Get it to your missionaries :) Sit back and watch how the Lord will bless your life and the lives of others :) You can do it! I challenge each and every one of you. I wouldn't be a missionary if I didn't follow up on commitments... so next week I will be asking if you have done your homework :) Wednesday was an awesome day. Stephanie had a project due at school of the solar system. She needed a little help and we happened to have some black spray paint so after the lesson we ran and grabbed it. I spray painted her project black (the outisde) to make it look really nice. She was so happy :) It was fun to do! My hands were stained for a few days afterwards pero ni modo. Thursday we were at service and I grabbed a bag of sugar to put it in someone's order and it opened and my shoes were literally FILLED with sugar! It was too funny. I was just like man... such a JENNAY move right there :) Friday, VALENTINE'S DAY was the greatest thing ever! First of all... I woke up and opened a couple packages that I had gotten :) One from my mama and the other from Jackson's mama. There was lots of yummy treats and some really cute Valentine's so.... THANK YOU!!! I loved it :) Valentine's was technically my half way mark as well! It feels so weird to be half done. I want to use all the time I have left to it's best :) I'm going to give it all I've got and work as hard as I can! That day we also had the coolest lesson ever with Stephanie. We came to the church and on the stage we set up the stairs and made our own "Hill Cumorah". We had made our own metal plates as well. We asked the bishop and his family to come and help us. They have a little girl the same age as Stephy and Lizzy. We started out with a game to explain the apostasy and then we moved into another room where we had bishop's wife, Xiomara, and Ramon dressed up as people from the B.O.M. They told of what life was like for them in the time of the BOM and talked about the plates. Then we had bishop as Moroni and he came in the room and led us to "Hill Cumorah" where the girls got to un-bury the plates!! They loved it :) We also had treats in the box for their Valentine :) It was such an awesome lesson and I think really helped them understand! Saturday and Sunday were the stake conference. Last night we didn't have enough gas in our car because we forgot to fill up on Saturday. So we ended up having to walk. We met some of the most incredible people! So it ended up alright that we were walking all night. It made me appreciate all the missionaries in the world that much more that are on foot and bikes :) I know this Gospel is true. I know Jesus Christ lives. He loves you more than you know :) He's with you. I love you!!!!

Have the greatest week ever!!

Love Always, Hermana Hadlock 

p.s. it is a joke... we take "9 month mark pictures as sister missionaries" Here are mine :) 

Monday, February 10, 2014

February 10, 2014 Brr... (: An 18 degree week!‏


Ya know, I don't actually know if I have had anyone say howdy to me here in Texas :) How are y'all doin'? This last week was such a good one! So last Monday was really busy! We headed out at 5:00 (we usually end preparation-day at 6:00) for our appointments. We had 5 pretty solid appts. in the next few hours and they were all a pretty good distance away from each other. We also had LTMP (which are lessons taught with members/friends as Pres. Durrant likes to say present) which meant we had to go and pick them up as well. We weren't sure how we were going to do it and we were literally running everywhere (in and out of the apts and such)... it was hilarious and all we could do was laugh and be grateful that we had the problem of being too busy!! We had an awesome lesson with Xiomara's daughters! Honestly, we are in love with them. They understand it so well. Stephanie is 9 and has a baptismal date for the 8th of March and Lizzy is only 6 so she will have to wait a bit :) We are so excited about them though. We taught her the 1st lesson and she understood it way better than a lot of adults usually do. It's amazing how much kids really can learn and understand :) We have also found a new lady named Irma. She seems like she really has a desire to know. It's really new for her but she has a really open heart and we are excited to see where it goes. It's sad because her family doesn't really want to learn anything about it... it makes it so much easier for the people when their family is willing to support them and learn with them. Anyhow, we'll see what happens :) We have also been teaching Ramon. He is Xiomara's boyfriend. He is really awesome and has been coming to church and we have been teaching him the lessons. The only problem is he is really stubborn with the old doctrine he has learned. I just pray that he will be willing to have an open heart and ask God. God is the only one who can answer him. If we want truth, we can't seek it from man... we must ask God. Wednesday was so AWESOME! We had a lesson with Norman at Alma's house. We taught him the Plan of Salvation. He had a lot of really good questions. He had read and is progressing right along. We found out that Alma and Norman had never had S'mores before so after the lesson we made S'mores for them really fast on Alma's fire. They were so delicious :) It made me die laughing because Norman said, "I've never tried s'mores. But I know what they are!" He then proceeds to pull out his phone and find a clip of the Sand Lot where they are making s'mores. Too funny :) They both loved them! On Thursday we had a zone meeting. I love our meetings. I always learn so much and walk away feeling like ..."Bring it on!!! With help from above we can take on the world :)" Not in any cocky way of course... hahah. Like Ammon that says he will not boast of himself but he will boast of his God :) I know that we are on God's team. I know that His team is the winning team. We just have to make the decision of what team we are on. I know which team I want to be on :) What about you?? Thursday  morning when we went out to our car to leave for the meeting there was... SNOW!!! Yes, SNOW on the ground and on the cars and it was still snowing!! I hear it's a grand privilege to see it snow here in TEXAS. When we got in the car we were both laughing and making sounds like "WWwwwhoooooooo!! It's freezing!" We looked on the dash and there it was... 18 degrees. I couldn't believe it! During the summer if I remember right we got to 112 or maybe even higher. It may have been 116. Basically... 100 degrees difference. Turns out TEXAS has bipolar weather just like Utah does :) Just more extreme. The cold here is different as well. It's colder. Hahah. Because of the humidity it goes straight through you. No worries though. I have plenty of coats, gloves, and cute fuzzy socks to keep me warm :) I think here within a month or so it should get a lot warmer. On Friday my compa and I made posters real fast. I will send pictures next week! We are making posters to put all around that say CLASES DE INGLES GRATIS! (Free english classes) It's a way for us to find new investigators and get them to the church for the class :) They look pretty good if I do say so myself. It's funny how creative you have to get sometimes as a missionary to find new people. I have learned how to be a better member missionary for when I get home now that I have been a full -time missionary. I want to help them out all the time! :) On Saturday we got the chance to see a baptism. She was a cute old lady the elders had found. They asked us to sing for them :) We all know I love singing. My compa and I sang it a Capella. It sounded really good. When we got in front of everyone I got super nervous and came in way off key! I fixed it pretty fast but oh man it was embarrassing :) We sang Nearer My God to Thee in spanish. It was good to see a baptism and feel the Spirit strong :) We are hoping to get some of our people to the water soon! There are so many blessings waiting for them. Sunday was great!!! We had 4 investigators in church. Ramon, Norman, Douglas, y Arelis. We were so excited! Norman came rushing in the second hour with his work clothes still on but the important part was that he made it! It showed me how humble his heart was. Even though it was a big struggle for him to make it from work and even though he was in his work sweats he wanted to come and with God's help he made it here. God can work miracles through us when we give Him a humble willing heart to work with. We got a referral from a member and visited them yesterday. We were so excited for the referral!!! We stopped by and it turns out she had gone to church for 4 years but never been baptized. We hope to change that and that it is her time now :) They seem like a really awesome family. Funny story of the week... Hermana Moore wanted me to check her head for lice. So I was checking her head and gasped super loud!!! There was nothing but I thought it would be funny :) She screamed and was wailing around for a few seconds :) Ah man, she puts up with so much!! Haha. This week is Valentine's day as a missionary. As a missionary valentine's is the best... not one missionary will be alone on Valentine's day :) hahah! I also complete HALF WAY!!!!!! I have NOT AN IDEA where the time has gone. Last night I had a dream I was home again and it scared me so bad. I realized how much I love my mission :) On the 12th marks 9 months 'til I'll be home and on the 14th is the half way and the 15th is my official 9 months in the mission. It's crazy loco I know :)  I want to leave you with my testimony of the Book Of Mormon. I am going to finish it all the way through in Spanish for the first time this week. In Mormon 6 he talks about the thousands and thousands of people that gave their lives defending The Book of Mormon and their beliefs. In the following chapter... Mormon invites them to believe in Christ. I invite all to believe in Christ. Cherish the Book of Mormon. Countless people have given their lives so that you can have it today. Love it. Use it. Live its' teachings. I love you all!!!!! Jesucristo vive. Vamos a vivir juntos siempre un dia. Hasta luego :)

Les quiero bastante y estoy tan agradacida que soy misionera y que tengo ustedes en mi vida. ANIMO!!! 

Also thank you to everyone of you. I feel your prayers. I feel your support. I couldn't do it without you. Thanks for all you do for me.

People you can pray for : Norman -that he will be able to come on Sundays. 
Adrianna: she will come to church. 
Ramon:that he will pray about the Book of Mormon.
Maira:she will get an answer to her prayers that this Gospel is true. 
Xiomara y her girls: that they will stay strong in the church and keep progressing!

-Hermana Hadlock (or Hot Dog as la familia Chequer say :) ) 

Monday, February 3, 2014

February 3, 2014 I'm getting more than I am giving (:‏

Buenos tardes familia y amigos!!!
How are you doing?? I hope you are doing so good :) So here within the next 2 weeks I am going to hit my half way mark. It is scaring me to death!! I honestly don't know where time is going. Also, the time seems to go faster and faster. I will already have served in this area as long as I served in Carrollton, my first area. So crazy right?? The last 2 mondays we have woken up a bit early so that we can play sports with a few people in our zone. It was a blast. I caught myself thinking for a few minutes... I wonder if I would have grown up playing sports (instead of starting in high school) where would I be?? Would I be exactly where I am? Would I be playing for some college? Then I started thinking to myself... it doesn't really matter. If God had wanted me to take that path, that's where I'd be. But I know I am exactly where I am supposed to be and I couldn't be happier :) I don't know if I already shared this or not... we had a meeting with President Durrant. He walked in and started clapping. We weren't sure what was going on so we started clapping with him. We started cheering for President Durrant :) A few seconds later he said, "I love applause. " I used to play in front of thousands of people. (When he played for the Phoenix Suns). He said, "I would make a shot and everyone would cheer for me. " Then he said, "Then I would dribble back down the court and bounce it off my foot and the ball would roll out of bounds. Everyone would BOOO!!" Then he explained that one second they love you... the next they don't. He said it is a glory that doesn't last. Then he brought it to missionary work. He said this is real life. "We are changing eternity here." We're knocking on peoples' doors with the way to salvation and eternal life. That has impacted me SO much :) Tuesday we went knocking a lot. We are in need of new investigators. We found a girl named Adrianna. She is a single mom with 2 boys. She is a total sweetheart :) She loved what we taught and we have visited her a couple more times this week. She didn't make it to church this last week but we are hoping for the next week. That day... I hit behind the bathroom door and waited for my compa to come out. When she did I yelled and jumped at her!! She got so scared she screamed and fell to the floor!!!! :) It was THE funniest thing!!! Both of us were DYING laughing :) Ah man, the things my compas put up with :) Later that night we had an incredible opportunity to go to the bishop's house and have a noche de hogar (family home evening) with his family and Xiomara and her family. It was SO good! Xiomara was baptized when she was about 9 years old in Mexico. She has been in active for a long time but you can see how much she feels at home in the Gospel and I think is really happy that she is coming back :) We played a game called "Cat & Mouse" with 2 ties. I am so teaching it to y'all when I get home :) It was a blast! Any how, my compa was trying to get me she chased after me to get the tie on me... when she did she tripped over my bag and went flying into the wall!!! She hit head first :) No worries... she was totally fine. But it was the second time that day she had biffed it. We were all laughing so stinkin' hard! I love my compa :) That same morning we had a lesson with Rosalva, a referral from a member. She was not having anything of the Book of Mormon. It was somewhat of a rough lesson but all we could do was bear our testimonies of what we know to be true. Here in Texas we run into a lot of people that know the Bible really well and refuse to accept anything else. Anyhow... we work with what we have and there are a lot of people out there who are willing to we just gotta find 'em :) Wednesday was a good day. We had a lesson with Maira and with one of our young women. Turns out they know each other from school and they are friends so that was awesome!! We also met this family who are in such humble circumstances. When I entered their home I couldn't believe how humble it was. It humbled me a ton to be there. I have been in some rough places but these people were especially humble. They have been going through a hard time and it was incredible because I could feel God's love for them so strong. I just want to shout at people and say do you understand how much the Gospel can change your life?? But no matter how bad we want them to understand they have to desire for themselves. They are a really nice family and I hope they will choose to accept our message. Thursday was so crazy! We got a text early from Xiomara saying that her daughter had lice. She was in desperate need and asked if we could come over and help her. She had gotten it from someone at school. So we went over and Hermana Moore cleaned their whole apt. while I cleaned her head. I actually ended up cutting her hair too :) First time I have ever cut anyone's hair. I did quite a good job if I say so myself ;) It was a crazy experience but all ended well. None of us got it and Lizzy got rid of it. Poor thing :( She loves her new short hair though!! So that's always good :) That night we had an amazing lesson. Have I talked about Norman at all?? He is SO ready for the Gospel. He just has the hardest time because he works on Sunday. We had a lesson with him and with La Familia Casanova (who also know Hermana Schulte might I add) who is the second counselor in the bishopric. The Spirit was so strong. He talked about the light he could see in us and the difference we had in comparison with other people. He said it all started when he noticed the example of his neighbors and how they lived. ( La familia Casanova are his old neighbors.) He is SO SO SO ready! He has explained how he has already seen the blessings in his life from this message. We just need to get him work off on Sundays!!! Friday we had a lesson with Maria Sanchez. She hasn't come to church the last two weeks because of some temporary job but she says that she will be here again next week. God is trying so hard to talk with her. She tells us all these stories but she just doesn't realize they are answers from God. We are working on that :) Her progress has slowed down a bit but we are still trying to get her baptized on the 22 of this month. Saturday we had a lesson with familia Pedroza. The mom has been a member for about a year but isn't active and the daughter is 17 and going to have her baby here within the next couple weeks. She is a sweetheart. We are praying so hard that having her baby will help her turn closer to Christ and lean on Him more than ever. Can I just say... we visit so many people every day and every day I am more grateful that I have the Gospel in my life?? I wouldn't trade it for anything. Not only to have it and know it... but to follow it. It's priceless. Sunday we had a quick lesson with la familia chequer. They haven't been progressing much lately. For some reason they haven't been reading or coming to church. We are trying SO hard with them and giving them all we have got. Keep them in your prayers that they can find the desire within themselves. I would hate to lose them :( The work here is going great!! Even though I haven't had as many baptisms as I thought I would have on my mission, I am not flawless in Spanish, and I don't know the scriptures perfectly.... I am doing my very best. I am growing and changing every day. Back to the subject of my e-mail... I am getting more than I am giving. When I came on my mission I thought it would be a huge sacrifice and that I would be giving and serving so much. I have realized how much God is building me. He is giving and has given me way more than I could ever give. I am exhausted nearly every day and I wouldn't have it any other way really :) I love being a missionary in the Texas Dallas Mission. I love each and every one of you!!! Keep it up :) Give it your all. We are changing eternity here :) Eternal life is on the line. ANIMO!!! :D
Love you all!! Have the best week ever :) - Hermana Hadlock
OH!!!!! Before I forget... :) I have the most amazing story!!! Remember on mybirthday the crazy story about the 3 hombres?? (The three guys) The ones that brought us cake and all that jazz? If I didn't tell that story let me know... Well anyhow we took down his info and sent it to the hermanas in his area. Two saturdays ago I believe he was baptized :D CAN YOU BELEIVE IT!!!! Who ever would have known that when I decided to I wanted tacos for my birthday it would turn into a baptism :) God is incredible. LOVE Y'ALL!!!! :D