"Y aconteció que yo, Elder Reed, empece a envejecer... ...el tiempo se me ha pasado,y mi vida también ha pasado como si fuera un sueño."
There is nothing weirder than knowing that you go home in 42 days, and that each day time goes ticking by a little faster. I am officially in my last change of the mission, and I have a month and a half left. The weeks go ticking by very, very fast. Any day now, I'm expecting my last interview with President Crapo. He goes home on June 30th, and 3 weeks later, I come home.
These are feelings you can't describe. In the mission you give all of yourself, and then they pull you out of your mission country. And you come back and you realize that time has passed you by when you get back to the States. Ishkaamek... ("It's all over" in qeqchi).
The work’s really great right now. There's been a lot of good investigators appearing out of nowhere, a lot of support from our ward, etc. This last week we had 2 weddings and 2 baptisms. I don't have the pictures, but I’ll send them to you when I get them.
Last week we had a three mission conference because Elder Renlund of the Quorum of the Twelve visited Guatemala. I “Be Still My Soul” in a quartet for the joint mission conference and got to meet Elder Renlund. Also, I saw Elder Earl from Danville! He is in one of the other missions.
I don’t have too much time right now, just letting you guys know that I'm alive, I’m doing well, and I'll be home soon!
Love you lots! See you soon!
Elder Jeffrey Reed