Saturday, May 7, 2016


Hola, hola!

I hope everyone's week was awesome.


Happy Birthday to my sweet neice Ruby! :)

Spanish Lessons with Hermana Clark:
Felicidades- Congrats! As in, "Congrats to my sister, Michelle, and my Brother-in-law, Logan, who had their first baby this week!
Bienvenido/bienvenida- Welcome! As in, 

​A warm welcome to the world to my new niece, Audrey Jo! I'm excited to meet you in a little while! :) 
(You may have noticed that she has the best middle name ever.)

Also, welcome to my new companion, Hermana Ramirez!

​She's from Mexico (the state) and she got to the mission on Tuesday. We've had a good time this week getting to know each other as she gets to know the area.
Pueblo- small town or "people." As in, "Wherefore, I give unto you a commandment that ye go among this people, and say unto them, like unto mine apostle of old, whose name was Peter:
Believe on the name of the Lord Jesus, who was on the earth, and is to come, the beginning and the end;
Repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ, according to the holy commandment, for the remission of sins;
And whoso doeth this shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost, by the laying on of the hands of the elders of the church." Doctrine and Covenants 49:11-14
We love this scripture because it's about our area. In Spanish, where it says "people," it says "Pueblo." Since our area is the Pueblo, it works really well for us. :)

Just one story today.

One day an appointment cancelled on us, so we started looking for someone else to visit. We passed by a lady who was in her yard painting a ginormous tire. So we asked what she was doing and she invited us to come see. She was painting a tractor tire to use as a flower bed. It looked pretty sweet. We ended up talking to her for a while and got to know each other. She invited us to come by another day and share our message with her.

It all started with a tractor tire.

Gotta go...It was a fast email this week.
Have a great week, everyone!!

~Hermana Hannah Jo Clark

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