Our P-day this week has been changed to Tuesday due to interviews. My companion & I met with the mission president's wife (sister Clegg) yesterday for our interviews. All went well.
P-day today wasn't too exciting. We went shopping at the factory outlet mall. The fashion here is super cheap.You could find silver tuxedos for 20 euros when it's on rebajes. One store had 1.99 shirts, 3.99 hoodies, and 2.99 pants, but the pants are like size 32 at the biggest. I bought myself a soccer jersey.
We asked Samuel and Top our nigerian investigators to be baptized this week. They agreed to be baptized this saturday. Unfortunately, we may have to cancel the baptism and postpone it to another day cuz we have nowhere to perform the ordinance. The Sevilla chapel has been broken for a long time and our chapel lost our blow up pool, which sucks. We want the baptism to be in Sevilla, cuz it means we could invite lots of Nigerian and this could also translate into furture investigators for us to teach. There are millions of illegals that sell napkins on the street corners. It's basically the only job they're allowed to do for 2 years. After that, if hey have good behaviour, they can become citizens. I think we'll be ok.
The poster below was made for one of our investigator named Fidel. Elder Larsen gave him a way hard message, pretty much saying you know everything, get baptized or make progress or we'll have to drop you. Things are going well, i'm alive.