Haha, after she said goodbye to almost all the members in the branch we got a call saying that our cambios were changed, and that we were going to be staying together for a while longer :) We were both so happy!
As for this week it's been pretty interesting. We went to the hospital again so they could examine her foot again, it was hurting a lot, and they said it was severe, but she had to keep walking a little or she could loose all mobility in her foot forever... forever... forever (imagine the kid from the sandlot saying that). They said she has to go to the kinesiologo for at least a month, and I even though I feel really bad for her, it'll be pretty cool to watch and learn a bit too. With the complications with the foot of Hermana Barrios we've mostly been in the house, but we leave for appointments that we have (it helps keep us from dying of cabin fever, haha).
We had a really awesome lesson this week with Mónica, one of our investigators, and she told us how she grew to have a testimony of prayer, and that now she wants to pray. AND she asked us to leaver her something to read in the Book of Mormon. She is awesome. Her daughter is la Pauli who just finished her mission papers. I'm guessing South Korea, hahaha no probably Argentina. But we're happy that Mónica is progressing.
This week I FINALLY saw Meet the Mormons! It was so good! I loved it so much :) If you haven't seen it you should see it because I say so, haha but really it's awesome.
Here's a scripture from my studies this week, 2 Nefi 2:6-8
"Wherefore, redemption cometh in and through the Holy Messiah; for he is full of grace and truth.
Behold, he offereth himself a sacrifice for sin, to answer the ends of the law, unto all those who have a broken heart and a contrite spirit; and unto none else can the ends of the law be answered.
Wherefore, how great the importance to make this things known unto the inhabitants of the earth..."
I know Christ lives, and that it is through him that we can find a lasting peace.
Mucho love a todos.