This is unbelievable. I feel like it was just
yesterday that I was in the Rio Grande public library trying to shoot
off an email so we could go play futbol in the cancha haha. Time flies. I
barely started getting everything packed up and it's been really hard
not getting emotional. I've grown so attached to the valley. It's been
my home for these past two years. I've said it before and I'll say it
again: I'm glad that I was called to serve in south Texas; It will be so
much easier to come back and visit all my friends and families that
I've gotten to know.
It's been tough saying goodbye this past week, but fortunately we
have facebook! Seriously though, it makes it so much easier to keep in
tough. I love technology. I can't wait to plan a trip and take you all
down here and introduce you to everyone. This is such an amazing place.
Oh the Rio Grande valley. It might not be the prettiest on the outside,
but on the inside, it's beautiful.
Thanks so much familia for all your love and support these past two
years. I can't believe it's over! There were always other missionaries
that were finishing the missions but I never realized that one day it
would be my turn! haha. I'm still in denial I think.
Well, I guess I'll be seeing/talking to you on Wednesday. Tonight we
have some FHE's planned with members/investigators and that will finish
up my last working day as a full-time missionary. Tuesday morning we'll
be heading to transfers; I'll help the new greenies put their bikes
together, and then I'll have my exit interview with President Trayner at
2:30. We will have dinner and a testimony meeting at 6. Then we'll get
up Wednesday morning and head to the airport.
Les quiero muchooo!