I have a ton to say and not a lot of time to say it so the sentences will probably be choppy. Here I go... I had Higado this week for lunch. We were eating at a members house and the meat that we had just looked weird and I was thinking to myself "I wonder if this is fake meat?". But it was pretty good so I kept eating. Then my comp asked if I knew what I was eating and long story short I found out it was Higado, or in English, Liver. Yep, I had my first liver this week. And it really is true that once you know what something is it is so much harder to eat it because I was thinking about the texture more and...yeah it was fun haha.
Oh and I will be getting X-rays on my knee in the near future because my knee has been hurting for 3 weeks after I clashed knees during soccer. So if you guys could pray for me that the will of God will be done. If that means I have to leave Colombia I'm okay with it as long as its where God needs me to be. So I will keep you updated on that. Now the best part of the week! We were having a lesson with the Familia Osorio, who are an incredible family. They went on vacation to the US last month and found the church there and had 2 lessons and then when they came back we continued the lessons. I didn't have time to tell you about them last week but they are AMAZING! I can tell you more about there story at Christmas because it is so cool and you can see how God prepared them SO MUCH! Anyway, they accepted the baptismal date of Nov 22 our second lesson with them because they literally knew everything and went to church twice in the US and now have gone 3 times in Colombia. So this week we were on the topic of who can baptize them and then Liliana, the mom who was sitting next to me, touched my shoulder and asked "will you baptize me?". My first though was "what?" I was still trying to process the Spanish and I asked her to say it again because I wanted to make sure I heard her correctly. So she repeated herself and I told here "Claro" which is "of course". It was honestly one of the coolest and special moments in my life so far. And what's really cool is that I'm excited that I get to baptize her but I'm more excited that she is going to be baptized and receive so many blessings on her decision! I'm so excited for all of them and love this family SOO MUCH! And then at the end of the same lesson I gave there littlest daughter a blessing for health. We have given a ton of blessings here but this was the first time that I gave the blessing and didn't do the anointing of the oil. So this week was really great!! Well got to go but I love you all and thank you so much for your support and prayers!