Sunday, July 3, 2016

Week 6: In which I learn more Spanish, arrange to sing our hymn, and prepare to leave

(Again, no Spanish keyboard)

Hola desde el CCM! Yo se que mi Espanol es todavia muy horrible, pero estoy tratando a hablar con gramatica correcta. Esto es mi ultima semana en el CCM, y estoy un poco triste sobre la idea que tengo que salir mi distrito. Unfortunamente no pude tocar el cello otra vez, pero estoy muy agradecido por la opportunidad que tiene antes. Estoy muy divertido por llevar en Yakima. 

[Hello from the MTC! I know that my Spanish is still really horrible, but I am trying to speak with correct grammar. This is my last week in the MTC, and I'm a little sad to think that I have to leave my district. Unfortunately, I couldn't play the cello again, but I'm very grateful for the opportunity I had before. I'll be very happy to arrive in Yakima.]

My flight leaves at 10:40 AM from Salt Lake, and I can hardly wait until I am in Washington! I've arranged to sing our new hymn as a special musical number tomorrow (as a closing hymn). I'll be sure to send you all recordings if I can, as I convinced one of the sisters in the branch presidency to record it so you can hear it.

I apologize that this email is shorter than usual, as I've had a somewhat busy day this time around (with packing, etc.) The last week has been pretty normal, though. It was mostly just a lot of classes and reviews about Spanish. We taught our teachers a bit (I know it sounds funny), and attended the In-Field Orientation. Oh, man. That thing is looooong. It's about 8 hours of learning how to be smart when you're in charge of your own schedule. There's only one small break for lunch.

I've got to go pretty soon, unfortunately, as it's about dinner time here. Still, I'm really sorry I couldn't find more time today. At the very least,​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ I have a bunch of photos this time to make up for it. Hasta ver!  [See you later!]

Elder Adams
My district, with our teacher Hermana Vargas (in the middle)
My companionship with Hermana Vargas
The Hermanas in our district, with Hermana Vargas

A belated portrait of our New Mission President Seminar choir

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