Hellooooooo everybody!!! This has been a great week for us in Lincoln. Things are going really well. We had 4 investigators at church yesterday, and 3 of them got up and bore their testimonies! It was soooo awesome! I couldn't believe it. We had some bad news though, one of the families we have been teaching moved unexpectedly. They didn't tell anyone they were leaving and they abandoned all their stuff at their house so we thought they were just on vacation or something, but they really are gone. It's pretty sad but oh well.
We got the transfer calls this morning and..... I'm getting transferred! I'm going to a new area called Belgrade, it's in the Bozeman area. Bozeman is where the big college is so hopefully there will be some pretty cool people there. I will be covering 2 wards there, so I'm sure it will be a lot busier than Lincoln. I'm excited. My companion is named Elder Greenwall, he is from Santaquin Utah. That's all I really know about him. I haven't met him yet but I will on Wednesday. He just came out last transfer so I have been out longer than he has, but we are both new to the area so we won't have any idea where we're going haha. Hopefully the other Elders took good care of the Area Book so we know what we're doing.
I am really going to miss Lincoln! I have to admit, sometimes I thought I was going to go crazy because we struggled to stay busy some days and we felt kind of isolated there. But now that I'm leaving I will definitely miss Lincoln, especially the awesome members and the people we stayed with. They fed us all the time! I have put on like 5 lbs. since I've been in Montana. Nao muito bom.
I still haven't received my stupid Visa. I feel like I'm about to call the consulate myself and say HEY GRAB MY PAPERWORK FROM THE PILE AND PROCESS IT RIGHT NOW!!!!!!! haha. I've been waiting for so long!
Thank you everyone for the letters and all the support! I really miss all of you back home and I'm so excited to see you when I get back. I love serving the Lord though and I'm so grateful to be a missionary.
I have learned so many things already and I can't wait to learn more about the gospel, about myself, and about life in general. Seeing the troubles that people have really makes me appreciate my own life even more. I am a strong believer in consistency, because I have seen the success and miracles it brings when you work hard. Making small, smart choices every day brings more success over time. I am definitely not perfect and I know I'm not the best missionary, but I am trying to do a little better each day. I want to make the Lord proud.
Well I love you all so much and I hope to hear from you soon. I'm sorry this letter isn't too long we don't have much time there is lots to do today to get ready for transfers. Have a wonderful week and work hard!