Greetings from Santiago, Chile!
So the other day, my companion and I were doing some contacting before lunch when we got a call from the mission nurse. She told us we were due to come to Santiago(today--p day) to get our TB tests. We left Conti night, slept in Rancagua and took a train to Santiago this morning. Our adventures included taking the metro (which was one of the most uncomfortable moments of my life. It was stuff the bathroom in high school all over again.) going to the temple, stopping by the MTC and seeing one of the missionaries from the ward in Conti, eating Pizza Hut, singing hymns in the park....and coming to the ciber to write our families! The only sucky thing is we have to COME BACK on thursday so they can look at the results of the test. I love Santiago, but it's freaking 7 hours from Conti and really expensive. But the bookstore at the temple was closed so I won't mind coming back because I want churchy things. Like the new Liahona with the conference talks.
This week we have 2 people on date for baptism! The notable one is C. He is 10 years old. His mom was a less active, but has started going to church again. The cool thing is C decided that he wanted to get baptized on his own. Nobody told him he needed to get baptized. There is something really special about this kid. I think there's a possiblity that we are teaching the first prophet from Chile ;)
Les quiro mucho.