And before I forget, I finally faced every missionary´s nightmare that are here in Puebla south mission.. chicken feet. I had to eat chicken feet. and like four or five too. not a fan of patas de pollo. i didn´t even know you can find meat with chicken feet. but there is some gross geletian like substance betweeen all of those little bones. it didn´t really taste like anything but they were sort of slimey and....no. not my favorite. also i ate blood stuffed intestines in tacos the other day with Mimí Perez and her husband in a family home evening. i think i´ve already talked about them but i also love them and i want to see her husband in a baptismal font gosh dang it!!!!!!!!! i ate blood tacos for you josé luis the least you could do is enter into a sacred covenent with your father in heaven in exchange. i mean come on. i´m not asking much.
and the other day heramna guzman and i became firefighters. we were visiting hermana oli, helping her prepare for the family home evening that she was going to have, (in which she invited half of the little town she lives in and there were only five of us who showed up.us, rayo, oli and a recent convert juan manuel) And we were sweeping and stirringher atole when she shouted at us to come outside and we ran out and saw that her little kitchen that she has outside under a patio (everything made of wood) was in flames. she´d been burning trash out in a little fire pit that she has out there and we think the wind caught one of them but everything was going up in smoke. and she didn´t have very much water so we went crazy emptying her things of pure drinkable water into buckets and trying to put this fire out. which we did at the end. and then we were sooty and sweaty and smelled like smoke and i´d just barely sent my boots to the zapatero (a cobbler) to replace the soul and wash and shine them up and they were so nice and clean and now they´re filthy again. that missionary life though.
but i think that´s all. we´re going to go make tortillas with hermana oli later today and then go to a magic garden with some other missionaries that are here in atlixco. this is probably my last transfer here in atlixco. i have mixed feelings about that.
but yep...that´s all i got
|hna guzman and me and anira, a girl who just barely left on her mission. her parents are like our parents they are so cute and they worry about us and bring us oreos and milk sometimes|