Ya, I'm super stressed out, ha ha. Not only is everyone in the mission getting sick but we have concilio next week and our whole mission almost doesn't have any Books of Mormon. Fun stuff. However, I'm pretty sure that the BOM deal should get sorted out within 2-3 weeks, so I'm just praying that there aren't any problems this time. I had to resolve a package problem with a parent of a missionary and I have continued to argue with 4-72 because they keep messing up on the packages for our missionaries. And on top of all of that, there are 3 missionaries that will be going home due to medical reasons, which is really sad :( Oh yeah and one went home last week for medical problems. That is just the start of the things that have happened these past few weeks. I don't think that my life has ever been this hectic before, ha ha. But, the good part about all of this is that we get to teach the Acosta Family! We went to the temple with them this week too! They are progressing so much and I am so happy for them. David and Xiomara are very excited for their baptisms. And Xiomara and Cristian have a marriage date for April 20! My comp and I have found some other people to teach but they haven't been progressing. Oh and we went to the temple today with another investigator and I saw and talked to the Abril Family! They are in Villa Maria in Suba (my first area). It was so awesome to talk to them and asking them about the ward and families in the ward. The Osorio Family is in a rough spot :( I can't remember if I have already told you guys about that awhile ago. I wrote them a letter and they never responded to me either. I was going to take a picture with the Abril Family but I didn't have my camera..oh shucks!
I love this gospel and the joy and happiness it gives to our lives. I'm very grateful for the opportunity to be a missionary and a representative of Jesus Christ and help people come unto Him. I love you all so much! Thank you for all the support, talk to you guys next week.
(My camera isn't working so here are some pictures that Wilson sent me from his phone)