Transfers were today and.....I'm staying in Barbosa for my 4th transfer! Elder Wong is going to Alambra in Bogotá as a ZL and Elder Gomez from Ecuador will be my new comp. And I will be the compañero mayor. I'm excited for this transfer because we have some solid investigators and are in the process of reactivating a family! Right now I'm in Tunja, waiting for my comp to come from Cucuta. He should get here tomorrow morning and then we will take another bus to Barbosa. So much traveling, but I like it :) I'm happy that I'm staying in my area as well because I will have my birthday with people that I know. This week was cool. We had to go to Duitama and then my comp had to go to Bogota with other missionaries for a meeting.
My mind is going blank and I dont have much time so I will tell you about 2 things that happened this week. Yesterday we were at a members house and she gave us juice in a glass cup. I was going to drink it and when the cup touched my tooth , I felt that my pants got wet so I thought I split a little, but then I heard glass hit the floor so then I thought "Did I drop my cup?" I looked at my hand and the cup was still there, but there was no juice in the cup. I then looked at the floor and saw that the juice was all over the floor, my pants and my shoes and a little circular piece of glass was on the floor. What happened was that the bottom of my glass decided to break clean off from the cup. And I was bummed because I didn't have my camera haha. Okay now really awesome news! We are teaching a couple, Katherine and Osman who have a child but aren't married. We asked them to be baptized before but we hadn't put a date yet. During the lesson Katherine stopped us and asked "How do I get baptized?". My comp and I looked at each other super happy and shocked. We told the m that they had to get married first and they said they would do it to be baptized!! It was such a cool lesson!! SO AWESOME!! Well that's my quick summary because I have to go. Thank you all so much for all of your love and support! Love you all!