Called to the Peru Cusco Mission
Reports to the MTC November 17, 2010

Monday, February 13, 2012

Moving Questions

Well, this week was REALLY busy,

Monday: Prep misionaries who have changes

Tuesday:  P-Day, Changes, Help the new missionaries that came into the zone (only 4, but still a lot of work).  We did however have an awesome chill P-Day.

Wednesday:  Wednesday we found ourselves moving the stuff from Santiago 2 (not my Santiago but still it was closed) to Santiago 1.  We assumed it would only take about 2 hours with four people and a moving van.  It took 4 hours with really three people and a drunk driving the moving van, but that is how life sometimes is here in Peru.

Thursday:  Our first, and really only, full day to work in the sector.  We found three awesome people, one of whom is going to be baptised next week!

Friday:  Work visit with Villa Union.  We went to a small town on the outskirts of Cusco called Cachona.  IT IS AWESOME!  If it weren't for the fact that only about 400 people live there I'd love to open the sector some day.  But, 400 people is WAY to small to have an area there.

Saturday:  Izcucha had a baptism and we had to prep everything for them because they are about 45min outside of Cusco.  It turned out extremely awesome!

Sunday:  Church, Ward Council, and some more awesome visits with awesome people!  We are hoping for four baptisms before the end of the month.

This week, Elder W. Christopher Waddel of the Seventy is coming to talk to us and that should be pretty cool!  More on that next week, but till then, I'll leave you with questions!

What do you like to do on Pday?
--Play soccer, visit cool tourist stuff like the Coricancha where Elder Delgado and I went last week!  (See photos)

What is your favorite hymn is Spanish?
--88, Placentero Nos Es Trabajar

What the funnest thing you have seen on your mission?
--The honest truth, it's so disgusting you probably don't even want to know.
How many people are in your branch/ward?
--About 140 people assist in our ward each week, but there are around 200 members.

Do you just use your feet for transportation?  from what I hear, you would not want to drive there...
--More than anything yes, but if we are going a long distance then it's usually by bus.

 Are you having flooding like the Lima missions?
--Nope, but it is raining a LOT!

Well, that wraps it up for this one!  Till next week!

--Elder Will Sowards
Tullumayo, Cusco, Peru

From Mom.....Pictures to come....I cannot get them downloaded on this computer!!!

Here they are.....

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