Monday, August 12, 2013

Joke of the Week

Sorry, we do not have much time to email today, so here is the joke of the week:
Por que los lamanitas tenian ropa arrogada?
Por que los nefitas tenian las planchas. 
Why did the Lamanites have wrinkled clothes?
Because the Nephites had the (plates/irons). 
Quote of the week:
Tirale al cielo para que le des al cerro porque si no le das a un perro.
Throw it to the sky so that it will land on a hill, because if not you will give it to a dog.
This is an expression that has similiar connations as "Reach for the moon, for if you miss at least  you'll be among the stars."
My new companion, Hermana Bush, is wonderful.  She is from Boise, Idaho.  She is 19, and was one of the first 19 year olds to come out to the field.  She has a strong testimony and is a great missionary. 
Que les vayan bien,
Hermana Julie Anna Sanchez

Monday, August 5, 2013


Monday, we taught Yesenia.  She made us dinner, and she invited her fellowshipper over.  That was cool.  One of her fellowshippers is Randi.  She is friends with Brian and Jenae.  Small world.  Because Yesenia is 18 and unmarried, we have been trying to get her involved in the YSA ward a little as well.  So after dinner, Randi took Yesenia to the YSA family home evening. 
Tuesday I went on exchanges with the other Hermanas in our ward.  I went to the other area.  Their area is still the southside of Fort Worth, but farther north than our area.  (We cover everything from the 820 south and everything from the 35 west, more or less).  It was fun to go to their area and meet some of their investigators. 
We taught lots of people, and they are all progressing at some level or another, but we are still struggling to get people to come to church.  Just come to church!
On Saturday, I went with the other Hermanas again for a few hours, while Hermana Gomez went to Hurst for the new trainer meeting. 
I also bought some Cowboy boots at the Pulga when we went on Saturday, after Hermana Gomez got back.   :D
Que les vayan bien,
Hermana Julie Anna Sanchez

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