Writing has become more and more of a chore but I will endure to the end. This week was nice. I did some more traveling but not too much. We only made a short trip to Franca. For those of you who are wondering, yes, I did serve in that city. It was nice to see it all probably for the last time in a long time, even if I didn't spend the day in the same ward that I served in because that ward only has sisters now, sadly. (Sad, because I don't have any chance of working there, not because of the sisters.)
One thing I learned on my mission is that sometimes you are going home so don't worry about it. I know that sounds a bit trunky, but it is important to remember. My companion and I were having a disagreement about policy and when I prayed about it, the answer I got was, "indo embora mesmo" (a common phrase on the mission, usually said in joking, which means "I’m leaving anyways"). Sometimes you shouldn't worry about things. You can't control everything. Don't worry about what doesn’t matter and what is out of your hands. That is really very important for a missionary because so much of what we do is out of our hands. People in the end can decide to get baptized or not. So don't worry about what you can't control and sometimes you're "indo embora mesmo."
I love you all and you all have a great week!