Bryce stayed in Chihuahua with transfers. He got to keep his companion Elder Sanchez and they work together well. Transfers brought some new and prior friends. Elder Parry (from Utah) arrived to the mission and is in the same zone as Bryce. Elder Mucino also was transferred into the zone. Mucino was Bryce's first companion and trainer and Bryce is happy to spend time with him. Mucino will be ending his mission in 11 weeks. Elder Perry is lucky to have him.
|Bryce and Elder Sanchez|
A second thing Bryce was grateful for last week was hot water!! Their hot water heater gets frozen every night and since he is the tall companion, he gets the honor of climbing on the roof every freezing morning. He pours water down a pipe while Elder Sanchez turns on the boiler. A neighbor taught them a trick to cover the pipe a certain way and now they get hot water without climbing the roof each morning. :)
Bryce is starting to feel the wind up of his mission and is focused on working as hard as he can and leading the zone with full focus. He's familiar with missionary life at this point and nervous about returning to normal life. I told him to let us worry about that part and he could just worry about the mission. He said, "Deal".