Ok, well I said I'd have more to write this week, but the truth is that not too much happened this week. We had una Noche de Hogar with the branch, which was a ton of fun :) My companion got sick, again, so we were stuck in the house a few days. But the good news is that the weather was nice this week for a few days :)
OH! actually I have a story from last week. Hahaha. It's time for me to start my second visa so I can stay here in Chile. Hna Barrios and I went like good obedient children to el Registro Civil to start get mi papel de antecedentes, which is basically a paper that says all the crimes I've committed in Chile, because I've committed so many crimes, haha (don't worry Mom there are only two or three, haha just kidding). But anyway we got to the doors and what did we find? A huge sign that says they're on strike indefinitely. Bad news bears. But the good news is that having a Chilean companion is really useful. She said they had to help me because it was an emergency. So after knocking the door a few times she said to the door that we only wanted to ask a question, and BOOM! Miraculously someone came out to help us :) haha, but they didn't help too much because, as the woman said, "we're on strike and we aren't helping anyone." But they did give me a code that I could use to print off my paper in an internet cafe. Still being good obedient children we went to the internet cafe to print of the paper, which required quite a bit of work, got to the point where we could pay, and the website only accepted Chilean credit cards. NOOOOOOO. Luckily I have mi CuentaRUT, it's kind of like a debit card for Chileans, but it doesn't have any money on it. We had to go the the bank, wait in line, put some money on the card, go back to the internet place and try again..... but it didn't work. Back to the bank, another line, back to the internet place, we tried again, but it still didn't work. Oops. The secretary of the mission (he's in charge of all this visa stuff) told us he talked with a few people and they said we could start my visa without the paper for now, so we went on an adventure to Osorno and I signed some papers (I felt super important). But it was super short the process in Osorno. They said they'll eventually need the paper with my crimes, but who knows when that will be. I guess the point of this story is that it's really hard for me to stay legal here in Chile hahaha. Oh well, fingers crossed it all gets worked out.
I love you all lots and hope you have an awesome week!
Keep on keeping on,
Oh yeah, other thing we did this week: we helped a less active round up her pollitos, baby chickens. We looked pretty funny running around in front of her house trying to catch them haha
|Con un pollito!|