Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Hmmm, I don´t think I will ever look forward to choosing the subject heading.‏

Everything is good! My companion and I are working really hard, we haven´t seen the fruit yet, but we´re right on the edge haha. We´ve been working with a family of 5, and they´ve been progressing really quickly, on their first Sunday in church all the members were passing by normally, they thought they were members already. Only a few setbacks with the mom and dad have been slowing us down but it´s okay, they have a lot of questions so we just keep answering them one by one and telling them how important it is that they know that the church of Jesus Christ has been restored through the Prophet Joseph Smith. So we´re going to keep working with them and hopefully prepare them all for their baptism here soon.
Not sure how many of your heard but a volcano erupted here, not really any lava just the ash that reached pretty far. I was working with a member the first day it erupted because my companion was sick, and when we were walking all of sudden we started getting hit in the eyes by something, and it liked burned haha, he was like ¨This isn´t normal.. this isn´t normal..¨ and then we learned about the volcano and everything, it was cool seeing the view of San Jose in the distance, the ash looked like fog, lots and lots of fog. So, that was the first ash I´ve felt from a volcano, pretty awesome. =) 

Can´t really think of much to tell you guys haha, everythings good. Also the fruit of Costa Rica is the best. That about sums it up. Lots of delicious fruit. Be jealous. Also some Americans came to visit from Texas and it was really hard to talk to them in English... really hard. 

Love, Elder Lohberg
This fruit is called caimito, it´s pretty good, it has like a white juice and you eat it with a spoon, it´s weird but really good, I have eaten a lot of fruits where you´re like, woah.. this looks like alien, but it´s good haha.

Mt. Turrialba March 12, 2015

Aaron with President Wilkinson & his companion Elder Contreras

Jonathan & Aaron

When asked if they had transfers -
Aaron: No, something different-weird this week, changes will be Friday not yesterday. Some areas heard of their changes (not sure how) but I´m not sure how it will work, we just got an email today with money we have to leave in the area if we have changes, but not who has them, and the form said changes 3-20-2015, which is weird, this Friday the 20th is a multi zone meeting with ALL the missionaries in the mission.. but i don't know where they´re going to put ALL The missionaries and all the suitcases of those who have changes... So we´ll see, won´t know until Thursday I don't think... it´s super weird and it´ll be a HUGE pain in the butt. to have to take suitcases to a place in San Jose called Los Yoses instead of just to Parque Central de San Jose.. but we´ll see, I don´t know who has changes or not, only those who are going home know for sure, and I heard, not sure, but i heard, that Elder Dale is going to come here to be the second Zone Leader. So we´ll see.

Sister Wilkinson posted on our facebook page the following regarding the meeting Friday:
Elder Maynes & Duncan are here in CR - they asked if they could come and teach the missionaries from 10-12. So entire mission is coming into San Jose. 
President didn't do changes as normal on Monday - they will be Friday because this way everyone only comes 1 time to San Jose. (Some travel up to 8 hrs). 
So no big news or exciting events. We are just really lucky that we get to have Elder Maynes & Duncan here in CR. 
We also will be taking a mission picture!

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