Translation via google: (I will write this and you will translate it and find out it means nothing)
It's always super awesome when we get investigators that actually read the Book of Mormon and pray about it. Around here especially, it is tough to find people who really undertand the great importance of it. But those who really read, and really pray, really get answers. It is always the coolest thing ever to return to someone's house and ask them if they read, and have them respond excitedly.
We are currently teaching two daughters of an inactive lady, and they are like this. Contrary to most of the people around here, they are really smart. When we ask people what they remember from the reading of 3 Nephi 11 for example (if they did it) people usually respond 创derrrrrrrrrrrrr.... batismo? homem do ceu?创 But when we asked this girl, she basically gave us an entire summary. It was awesome. She totally understood it.
The transfer is coming up and I will be suprised out of my face if me or Martini are'nt transferred.
Also, Happy New Years everyone!
One funny thing, a difference of the culture, is that you can call someone a gordinho here, which basically means a fatty. It makes sense. In our culture, we identify people as that tall guy or that black guy and all that stuff, but saying that fat guy isn't really acceptable. Why shouldnt it be? Haha
This year has gone by way fast. I can't believe that I was a missionary for half the year. Crazy. In one week I will have 6 months already, 1/4th the time. I don't know how it is going by so stinking fast!