Monday, October 26, 2015

Happy Halloween from Comodoro Rivadavia Argentina!

Good morning family and friends!

Happy Halloween to all those back home, I'll be with you again for the next! Here they don't celebrate Halloween or thanksgiving or St. Patrick's Day, but they do have the Day of the Children. Anyways, I'd love to see all of your costumes because I love Halloween and really miss it.

This week was different. Not in terms of what we did because we walked a whole ton like always, but more in people's responses. We have found a lot of people that are worried about or have seen spirits. I'll just say it was a strange week in terms of the things we've heard.

Other than that, we both have been sick with a cold... One day is super hot and sunny, and the next is freezing cold and windy.

The family Centurion that we are teaching came to church again this Sunday! Now Tamara only needs to be taught the rest of the  lessons! When we asked why she wanted to get baptized, she said she wanted the Holy Ghost. We finally got her to start reading the Book of Mormon again, but she has a hard time understanding it.

There are so many amazing people we are teaching. I love the mission, regardless of how difficult it is...

Best wishes for those back home! Eat some candy for me!

Love, Elder Bartlett

1-4) We went to Rada Tilly last P-day and saw sea lions!

5-6) We had an asado for Argentine Mother's Day!

7) We shoveled some really nasty above ground sewage for service. Yay!
Elder Bartlett & Elder Teixeira in front of the Mission Home

Elder Teixeira & Elder Bartlett

Rada Tilly

Elder Bartlett's usual pose

BBQ (Asado)
Argentina Mother's Day

missionaries cleaning up some sewer

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