Well I finally met our new President from chile, Presidente Correa. We had interviews last Tuesday and it was wonderful. He is a wonderful man, and he says YA a lot, because it is something that they use in Chile. Its fun! Very different from Presidente Alliaud and he basically told me, we keep serving with it all until the end. 2 weeks left, it goes by too fast but at the same time it is perfect.
Now we went on a river trip very similar to Donut Falls in Utah, or the Narrows in Zions National Park. It was awesome, except it is very cold here and every one of us fell into the water!! Poor missionaries. I almost made it all the way without getting wet but I took a wrong step and CHAO! Haha, well other than that I am doing very well.
|Presidente and Sister Correa|
Pedro Francisco Correa Cardenas, 56, and Hilda Amandina Aravena de Correa, five children, Santiago Chile Quilicura Stake: Argentina Córdoba Mission, succeeding President Ruben V. Alliaud and Sister Fabiana Alliaud. Brother Correa is a former stake president, stake presidency counselor, bishop, bishopric counselor, high councilor and missionary in the Chile Osorno Mission. Finance manager, Corporation of the Presiding Bishop. Born in Santiago, Chile, to Pedro Guillermo Correa González and Rosa del Carmen Cárdenas de Correa.
Sister Correa serves as a seminary teacher and is a former ward Young Women president, ward Relief Society president and stake seminary supervisor. Born in Santiago, Chile, to Arnaldo Esteban Aravena Hermosilla and Hilda Elena Monroy de Aravena.
|It was awesome!|
|Cuki is our ward mission leader but he has become |
one of my best friends here in the mission.
|We went on a river trip very similar to Donut Falls in Utah, or the Narrows in Zions National Park. It was awesome, except it is very cold here and every one of us fell into the water!!|