|I got super wet!|
|Biscuits and Gravy at the Larsons|
|Cake I made for Elder Sanahuano|
|Pizza we made.|
I had to do a lot of paperwork for the credit cards in the mission, especially since there were a few problems this month with getting the reimbursements in on time, so that gave me more to do. Also I made lunch every day with Elder Hicken since we wanted to see if by so doing we could save money or if it would be a waste. We found that actually planning and making lunches in the house is cheaper and it tastes better since we get to make it. I was surprised for $10 we were able to make like 4 medium sized pizzas for lunch yesterday and with the $40 dollars we spent last week for meals we were able to make enough everyday with more left over still. We actually thought we wouldn´t have enough food, but it´s nice to know that cooking at home is healthier, cheaper and tastier than going out. (At least in Colombia) But the best part of the week was probably when we got to have breakfast with the Larson Family and hang out with them this morning. It was just a nice relaxing day that we had to wind down a bit.
P.S. But as for little Hopey, I can't believe she is a freshman and a varsity cheerleader. I still think that she still has to be like 10 years old. I´ll just stop by the new house when I get home and she´ll still just barely reach my shoulder if that. (Though she probably still only reaches to my shoulder, so I guess that it hasn't changed then.) But that´s cool she´s finally a freshman, it only took me to graduate high school, college and almost get home from the mission, but hey, we don´t grow up in a day.