|Tom on the boat taking him to Oriximina!|
|Relaxing in a hammock on the boat!|
|With a cow....|
|On a bridge.|
|Tom with a bunny!|
Any packages this past week? Or letters? If so, from who? Nope, only on the 28th will I receive mail.
Is the weather in Orixi any different than in Belem? In Belém, almost every day after lunch it rains. Here it only rains from time to time. But they say at this time of the year it almost never rains.
In that picture of you and two other missionaries in the river - was just one person actually getting baptized? Two of them didn't look like they were actually getting baptized - maybe just goofing around? That picture was of me, my companion, Camila, being baptized by my companion, the first counselor of the bishop, Rodrigo, who is drowning his wife, Dayane, and I´m putting in her cousin to do the same.... I think it´s her cousin.
What's the name of the river you go on to get to your meetings - is it the Amazon? I think it´s Rio Tapajós
One more question that's kind of long. In looking at the calendar, we are wondering if you would have a problem in waiting to speak in church for your homecoming until Dec 22nd? Grandma and Grandpa want to come up for that and it's so close to when they come up for Christmas, the closer it is to Christmas, the easier it will be on them. Meaning they won't have to come up twice or stay up here for a couple of weeks. We will get home on December 3rd, so that's almost three weeks before you would speak in church. If you have a problem with that, will you let me know? On the one hand, it will give you lots of time to prepare, but Dad says most missionaries speak at church as soon as they return. Just let me know how you feel about it and if you want to push it up to closer when you get home, that's what we'll do. Hrmmm...... IDK.... I´ll let you all at home decide this one. For me qualquer um tanta faz (any one will do)