Feliz Páscoa gente boa

Feliz Páscoa gente boa, 

Essa semana foi muito boa, nada muito aconteceu, mas ainda foi boa.  Meu companheiro e eu fizemos uma mudança bem grande, a gente fez uma mudança duma casa inteira.  Minha nossa.  Alright I am sorry I realize that none of you can read that but I just wanted to show the improvement of my Portuguese.  

I am getting much better at speaking.  It has been a long time coming, but it is starting to make sense to me now so all is good.  What that stuff up top says is that this week nothing really exciting happened, but it was still good.  My companion and I moved a house.  Literally an entire house.  We removed the roof then a team of guys came in picked up the house with jacks and put it on a  truck and then moved it 20 yard to another plot of land.  It was difficult work and I took two days.  

We have good news though,  because of that and the lessons we taught them, that family that we moved their house said that they want to be baptized.  Yeah for us.  Now we just got to get them to go to church, quite smoking (all of them smoke 3 packs of cigarettes a day) and drinking, and a couple of other things which I care not to mention. We also had one investigator go to conference with us.  She will also be baptized on the 17th of April, so the work here is going really well. 

Conference was the best.  Oh my goodness. I love it when Elder Holland talk.  I could listen to him all day long.  And my district in the CTM did one day.  It was great.  We took a bus to Santo Ângelo which is the district center and watched it there in English as well.  Good thing.  I love their voices too much to be voiced over by a translator.  

That was my week nothing special.  I will talk to you all soon.  


Elder Caleb S. Carriere