Saturday, June 3, 2017

Good morning everyone!

As the health secretary we get to do room inspections and see if the missionaries are living healthily and if they are missing any supplies and stuff. This week we went back to my first area!!!! Pachacamac Stake, Las Lomas Ward. It was super dizzy being in the same green room again, but now other Elders were living in it. We also got to inspect the old health secretaries room. Glad too say he passed. 

I don´t know if I ever wrote about the bakery in my first area, but for 4 months every day we bought 30 cents of french bread at 7/7:30ish. (excpet for sunday haha) The sister who worked at the bakery never had time to receive the lessons, but because missionaries always passed by to buy bread she knew who we were and was always very happy whenever we stopped by. I even taught her a little english. When I had to leave the area we almost cried. She had made my first 4 months infinitely better.

Yesterday I got to stop by. You know that moment at the very end of Monsters Inc. when Sully opens the door and sees Boo after they rebuild the door? It was a lot like that but instead of saying ´´kitty...´´ there was ´´HERMANO MACGREGOR!!!!´´ We were unable to stay for very long, but it was without a doubt the best moment for the past 3 months.

I have learned a to about humility while working as the health secretary. I have learned that I need to be loving to everyone, no matter how stressed I am. This is actually very hard to do, especially when you have 4 different people yelling about a ton of different things. I have no idea how God can deal with each of our individual problems with such patience and love, but I sure am grateful for it.

God has really been playing on my weaknesses here as well. I have always been a pretty good procrastinator, one of my many talents. One that I am absolutely not allowed to use while I work in the office. I have learned the hard way. How grateful I am for repentance and that we are all able to change.

I have been trying to think for a while how to describe the mission. It is a very personal experience that is hard to communicate through weekly emails with a lot of typos that are filtered by a very patient mother. I have lot loved every moment of my service, but I know they are the experiences I need to have. It is something I would never trade for anything in the world. I have been blessed beyond measure by meeting incredibly wonderful people. I have had some very spiritual experiences that I don´t realize were spiritual until after we left the house.

Also I have had wonderful office experiences. Just yesterday we were at a designer for a map of the mission for 4 hours. didn´t think I´d be doing that in Perú. Also didn´t think I would wearing pink crocs while setting doctors appointments. I never imagined that I would ordering chest x-rays either. God´s plan is full of surprises. And I have no idea what I am doing hahahahahahaha.

Misión Perú Lima Sur
Secretario Personal del Presidente

Secretario de Salud

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