Monday, November 10, 2014

Email, Monday, November 10, 2014

Yesterday and today are my days to say goodbye to everyone, I
defiantly have more friends here than anywhere else, this is my home,
but its time to move again and make new friends, this week we smashed
our goals out of the water! So in a sense i am leaving with a bang,
#cameinlikeawreckingball was our hashtag for the three transfers elder
trujillo and i were together! And now on to companion 8 :)
That has been the hight of the week, we have almost 4 people lined up
for baptism with dates, and 2 other progressing investigators that
will soon have baptism dates, and about three families that we are
supposed to have in the coming week, im leaving the area in good
hands, we fliped it around, and now im off to another area, :P

Oh! This past Tuesday we had the funeral for the mother of hermana
pepin, and we sung, amd elder trujillo played his clarinet, it went
nice and smoothly, but after a couple members asked for the number of
the martinez family, cause they were all old friends, then one called
brother martinez, and talked to him for a second, then handed me the
phone and told me to say hi, so i got to talk to brother and sister
martinez, haha they told me they were just with you all at the church,
i could hardly reconize sister Martinez's voice, it was weird, but it
was good, it started in english and ended in spanish, so it was fun

I love you all, i hope what i am hoping for comes true,:) which is to
go to brooklyn for 4transfers and return to rego to finnish, this is
the true promise land.
Please be safe and stay warm, dont catch ebola, and stay true to what
you know, you all are all loved dearly, and prayed for,
Your friend
Elder buffington
Okay so there will be a few emails today, with all my familys and
friends which have pieces of my heart.

Picture 1) sister Lujan, and her son Sammy, an awesome pruvian family!

Picture 2) Olgita! You can see the little red drink, its a fruit salad
drink she makes and sells, but ALWAYS gives us a cup, she has a
special place in my heart, where she has given us food and saved us,
more than once, she gave me a jersey of ecuador so i never forget her,
(probably my hardest goodbye which will be almost be tied to the pepin
family tonight) but its okay, she might be moving to brooklyn, to a
place i can possibly go, so i pray that happens so i can keep teaching

Picture 3) my first family i meet here in Rego, the family casteƱeda,
a columbian and dominican family, one son is missing at work, so only
one could be in the picture, the sons are less active, but we have
been working with them, so we will see how it goes,

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