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5.29.17 - Hey Fam Bam!

Hope all of you are doing great :) 

Mexico is wonderful, and every day it´s a little hotter here hahaha. We are currently waiting for the rain season. :)

This last week has flown. We are finding new people every week, and it is seriously wonderful.  We have a family that is preparing to be baptized this next week or the following week, so we are super excited for them. Since we began teaching them, I have already seen a huge difference in them. There is a new light in their eyes and every time we visit them I just want to cry and hug them because it´s the best thing ever. 

My companion and I are doing wonderfully. We seriously get along super well and it´s the best thing ever. I can finally crack jokes in spanish... well. only with my companion because the only jokes I know are in english and I have to explain a little bit, but she laughs.... even if it is only out of courtesy ;) But truly, we get along great haha :) We´re learning lots from one another, and have tons of fun. 

I have homework for all of you! YAY!!! haha not really, but I do have something I would like to invite all of you to do with us as missionaries here in mexico. We are reading the Book of Mormon (big surprise there haha), but we are marking 6 themes. 
1. Names or references to Jesus Christ
2. Attributes of Jesus Christ
3. Doctrine and principles of the Gospel of Christ
4. Words from Christ (like when he is actually speaking, or the prophets say, ¨and the Lord says ¨.....¨) 
5. Actions or things that the Lord asks us to do, or things we can do
6. The blessings that we receive from doing those things in number 5.

We are doing this as a mission, and I want to invite you all to do it with us. I have already gained a greater appreciation for the Book of Mormon, and especially for the blessings it contains. 

Love you all!!
Hermana Brinton 


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