The only problem with my new area is they don't have any cinnamon rolls, and if they do they aren't cheap. :)
Our new schedule is awesome. We still have to wake up at 630am, but we come home at nine and don't have to plan or update the area book. We do that in the morning, leave to work at ten, and after lunch when everyone is working we study language and companionship study. I really like the new schedule because i don't have to study for five hours straight.
This Sunday I gave a talk in church on Family History. It was a little scary because it was all in Spanish. Everyone said it was good and quoted things from my talk so I think they understood. People don't believe me when I tell them I only have 4 months in Colombia.
I've been reading General Conference talks in Spanish. We have like every Liahona in our apartment since like the 90's. I have a new found love for church magazines. It's weird how my focus on the mission changes. I can hardly remember American music, movies, or sports, but I can name all the apostles in order and tell about at least one talk they have given. My favorite is Elder Christofferson. His talks are always direct and answer many of my questions.
|My study desk and comp|
|My bed. Before I made it.|
|Our awesome made pickleball court.|
|My companion retrieving our pickleball. From the roof.|
Have a great week. The gospel is true.
Love you all, Elder Donaldson
|My kitchen in Bogota|