For those of you that don’t know, we had a pet
guinea pig once upon a time. Her name was Tym. Yes, it was a she. And she
was named Tym. Don’t ask why.
Anyway, as a farewell lunch, one of the families here decided to cook us an
Arequipan delicacy: guinea pig. They cooked it on a spit over coals. It
looks gross in the pictures (well, in real life, too) but it tasted fine.
Like always, it tasted like chicken. I just thought I was eating rotisserie
Apart from eating my pet, we had 2 baptisms! 2 more from the Cruz family
decided to be baptized. During the week we had a lot of success, too.
Almost 30 lessons, 60 contacts in the street, 13 new investigators, and we
invited 10 people to be baptized. It was one of the best weeks I’ve had in
my mission. It’s a great note to end on.
This is the last email that I’ll be sending from Peru. I’ll be home on
Saturday! It’s insane to think that my mission had already come it it’s
end. I’ve enjoyed it. I’ve learned a lot. And I know that this is the true
Church of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.