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

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Interviews and Sickness

Ju;y 16, 2012

Hello everyone!

This week was a crazy one; sick people in the zone, interviews and baptisms so let's do the rundown!

Mon: Soccer and cleaning the room to prep for the inevitable room check, which surprisingly never came. But, nobody ever complained about having an overly clean room.

Tue: This was the day that almost everyone was sick and it was not fun. We ended up spending most of the day buying pills and helping with divisions in other sectors so they could visit their sure appointments. It was good to be able to help everyone out and though we felt like nurses it worked out well.

Wed: More helping of the sick and prepping for the interviews. In Cusco this was easy because the office did everything but here in Puno it's all on us to prep the church and everything like that. It takes me back to producing and show-running, just as fun as it is stressful.

Thu: Interviews!

Fri: Multi-Zone Conference with Juliaca and Puno Central. President Calderon has changed a lot since the beginning of my mission and the trainings we have are now epicly good. After the conference we did divisions with the assistants which were extremely productive.

Sat: The zone had a lot of baptisms and we found ourselves running all over the place bringing clothes or doing interviews. Also, the stake did a cool family history conference that we helped out with collecting references.

Sun: Church and finally a normal workday, great way to end a week.

And that was pretty much how it went, fun yet stressful. But you know what's awesome? Questions!!!

Do you know a Elder Anderson? is he from AZ?
---Yes, but we were never together which makes me kind of confused on that part....And he's from Surprise.

Are you getting better in playing soccer?
---Not really, but I can do D really well!

Do you have any older missionaries or couples in your mission?
---Still no, but there is a sister that is 33.

Think that wraps it up, till next week,

--Elder Will Sowards
Huajsapata, Puno, Peru



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