Monday, December 28, 2015

Conference, Christmas, Colds

This week started out normal with emailing and what not on Monday and then on Tuesday is when we Hermana Anderson and I had to practice on our instruments because we were going to be part of a flash mob on Wednesday along with our normal being out and about talking to the people of Spain. For lunch we had an eating cita with some members and it so happened that their niece was there visiting them for vacation and we shared the Christmas  video. At the end she told us that she didn't have very much religious background and asked us if Mary was the mother of Jesus. We explained to her a bit more about Christ and she said that even though she won't be here for very long that she would like to learn more. On Sunday her aunt told us that she gave her a Book of Mormon and asked us to come over again to talk to her again. I love being able to teach people that have the simple desire to learn. That night we went to noche de hogar at church and then straight to the train station to pick up the Hermana's from Albacete so they could come to the zone conference with us. We made it home with 10 minutes to spare and so we went out and contacted some people that did not have very much Christmas spirit but I usually don't understand swearing which makes it a bit easier to just smile at them and tell them to have a good night. That next morning we went to the train station and jumped on a train to Murcia. The conference started out with a talent show and there was no shortage of talent from singing to yo-yoing to my companions amazing violining. Then we all ran through once how we were going to do the flash mob in a plaza in Murcia. We got there and Hermana Anderson started by herself on the violin, then an Elder and I came in on violin and flute and then other missionaries added voice little by little. It was a great experience to see the people as they little by little stopped to listen to  even though they had places to go and were probably busy. When will I ever have the opportunity to testify of the Savior through music in a plaza in Spain? Then we went back heard from our mission president and ate some delicious paella. Then next day we woke up and worked some more and then had a great adventures that involved getting lost and walking a couple miles to get home. Then Christmas! Christmas was jam packed of food.. We started out with having breakfast with the missionaries in Alicante and a gift exchange and then heading to have lunch with a member who lives out in the country. They didn't have enough space to take us in their car so they drove us out in their camper. After making it back to Alicante I got to Skype with my family which was great and then Hermana Anderson and I headed to bed. I woke up that morning feeling terrible and spent the day in a mountain of blankets. Thank goodness I have a great companion who is willing to take care of me. I love being able to be here in the mission for Christmas and share such an amazing gift with everyone. Thank you for all that ya'll do!
Have a great week!
Hermana Evelo
Skyping with Elder Evelo who is in Chile

Christmas Lunch in the country with members 

White Elephant

Christmas Eve

Trio from flash mob featuring Elder Fife in the back

Monday, December 7, 2015

So to Recap...

 Hey! Welcome to the last week of the awkward 4 week transfer. So to recap on the changes going on here. Hermana Anderson went to Fuengirola two weeks ago and it's been Hermana Jones and I but now that it's the end of the transfer, its time for her to go back to America! It's going to be hard with out her but the good news is that Hermana Anderson comes back here to Alicante with me this week! So last Wednesday we had a zone conference in Murcia which is about an 1.5 train ride. It was great and we got to hear from Elder Leimer who is over missionary work in Europe and then eat some delicious paella. We then ran to the train station, missed our train, and finally made it home and worked a couple of hours and then woke up early the next morning for consejo. So we ran to the train station to Murcia again to meet the zone leaders who drove us to Malaga. 5 hours later we arrived in Malaga late to the meeting but I still got to see everyone in Malaga that I know! I just love the people I've been able to meet out here in the mission; they are incredible! So after a short meeting we went to spend the night with the Fuengirola Hermanas which was a party because Hermana Anderson was there and Hermana Carmen who I love! Then next morning we couldn't leave until a bit later because the elders had to take the car in to have the tires changed which was fine with us because we didn't want to have a problem with the tires in the middle of no where. So somewhere between all the traveling and craziness we managed to go teach and find some awesome new people. Something that I learned this week is that life is so much less stressful if we follow what Heavenly Father has planned instead of trying to make things harder and take everything upon ourselves. I know that any good that I've been able to do out here is because God has allowed me to be a part of this work and not because of any of my own efforts. I love being here and I'm so excited for this season to share the message that a savior is born!

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Have an amazing week!
Hermana Evelo

Monday, November 30, 2015

Four Words

If I had to sum up this week in 4 words I would say potatoes, birthdays and awesome lessons. The week started out with an great noche de hogar at a members house. I always love sharing a message with the members because you get to hear their conversion stories and testimonies. We had an amazing lesson with our friend Edward who is atheist but who told us that he wants to believe in God. Wednesday we were asked to give a taller(workshop) to the district leaders which was terrifying but with Hermana Jones there is no need to fear because it turned out pretty good. On Thursday Hermana Jones and I made mashed potatoes for all the missionaries in Alicante for Thanksgiving. We thought that an entire bag of potatoes would be sufficient but they disappeared within seconds. It was a pretty great Thanksgiving filled with bastante food! This week was filled with birthdays... We celebrated 4 birthdays this week so everyone had plenty of practice by the time mine came around Saturday. Hermana jones tried really hard to keep it a surprise complete with a fake cita and everything. Though my birthday was great I think my favorite part of this week was meeting with our investigator Liam. He was someone in our phone that we called by accident and told us that he wanted to meet . We went by with a member and had an amazing lesson. We also invited him to church and said that he would come. That next morning we woke up and saw that we had a missed call from him. We called hoping that he wasn't going to cancel and lo and behold he didn't! He just wanted to make sure he had the right directions. Even though the lessons that day at church were a bit confusing everyone was so kind to him and went up and introduced themselves to him. I love how we have such welcoming people in our ward. Thank you everyone for your birthday wishes! I hope that all of you had a great Thanksgiving! I am so thankful for this Gospel! This week while studying I noticed that when most people here think of the word faith they think of it as something that is unsure and unsteady but when we hear the word faithful we think of someone who is constant, steady and unwavering. What a difference this -ful makes in the mind of people. May we all be more full of faith everyday. I hope that people can see the consistency and happiness that the Gospel as brought to me and how important it is to have faith in our Savior. I love you all! Have a great week!

Hermana Evelo


Aren't Very Secretive

Wow, already we are nearing the end of November! Time passes by so quickly! This week started out with us having a surprise birthday party for Hermana Anderson of p day. We tried to keep it a secret but it didn't work out very well because Hermana Jones and I aren't very secretive but all in all it worked out. On Tuesday we had district meeting like normal and then had intercambios with the other Hermanas in Alicante. So on Thursday we where on our way to an eating cita when we got a call from president asking Hermana Anderson if she could go down to Fuengirola for a couple of weeks for an emergency transfer but that she would come back at the end of the transfer. So right now it's just Hermana Jones and I. We went Friday morning to drop Hermana Anderson off at the bus station and then I got on the train to go do intercambios with Elche. It was great because I got to go with Hermana Jenkins and spend the day in my old area. I love going on intercambios because I get the chance to learn how others missionaries work and I learn so much from them. I am so blessed to be around so many amazing people. Have an amazing week!

Hermana Evelo 


Monday, November 16, 2015

Still on the Train!

So on Wednesday I jumped on a train and thirty minutes later ended up in Alicante with all my luggage. I of course tried to haul everything off when I heard the signal that the doors were about to close. I started to panic because my other suitcase was still on the train. The elders where ran towards me and quickly jumped on the train and grabbed my suitcase menos mal! I then met with Hermana Jones and Anderson! We went and dropped my stuff off and then headed off to consejo. The next day we had intercambios with the Elche Hermanas and so I got to be with the wonderful Hermana Brown. Then Saturday we went to a stake relief society activity where Hermana Anderson and I played the music.(she is an amazing violin player) . After wards we ate some delicious paella with the ward and then headed off to work. We had an amazing experience this week when we went to teach a investigator we went in and invited his roommates to join us. One of them only spoke French, the other Chinese and our investigator English and Spanish. So what did we do well Hermana jones begins to teach the Chinese lady using a combination of pictures and Google translate and Hermana Anderson a I took on the other two. I was surprised how much of my French I remembered and we where able to answer his questions by the end we all managed to explain to each of them the Book of Mormon the all said the would pray about it. Is was challenging but so amazing! These parts couple of days have been crazy and jam packed but I can't overemphasize how amazing Hermana Jones and Anderson are! They are such great missionaries and have already learned so much from them!  I know I always say that I love the mission but I really do and  I love the change that the gospel brings.

Love Hermana Evelo

On the streets of Spain

Saying Goodbye to Hermana Jenkins

Our District

Monday, November 9, 2015

She is a SHE

This week Hermana Jenkins and I worked hard and finally reached our goal of bringing more members with us to lessons which made for some powerful and amazing lessons. We had a lesson with our investigators Cote and Maria and taught them the Restoration. We finished the lesson and told them that they could pray to know that these things are true and cote straight up told us that he knows these things are true and that he doesn't even have to pray about it. They are both amazing and have so much faith! We also had a great lesson with Katy who has seemed to hit a road block and hasn't been progressing very much and so we decided to bring a member who had a lot of her same doubts before she was baptized. It was amazing to see the change that Katy had in that lesson as they talked about her doubts and the member bore her testimony about the church. Having so many members come with us has really shown me how important it really is to have them present and so the investigators can see that there are people in the church just like them that have had the same doubts and struggles and its not just some crazy 20 year olds telling her to do stuff. So of course Hermana Jenkins and I felt that we had really hit a groove and so I should have seen this coming... I received a call again from the President. I was taken completely by surprise because we were only half way into Hermana Jenkins training and I expected to have more time to get to know Elche. I had really grown to love Elche so much but I was called to move about 30 minutes away to the city of Alicante and be a Sister Training Leader also known as a SHE (Super Hermana Entrenadora). You may ask what in the world are you talking about? Well, it basically means that... I actually have no clue really to be honest. I'll let you'll know when I know... I just know that I feel a bit under qualified. I'm going to be with the lovely Hermana Jones and Anderson. Who were my SHE's. That's right, I'm going to be in a trio because Hermana Jones goes home in 4 weeks. A trio of SHE's so a Shrio? I know that these changes are for a reason and that the Lord qualifies who he calls. I'm excited to  go and work with Hermana Jones and Anderson! I know that this will be an amazing opportunity to learn from the best of the best. I love being here on the mission and each day that goes by I realize how much I love the people of Spain and being a missionary. This gospel can and does change lives. Live it and love it people!

Have a great week!
Hermana Evelo

Zone Meeting

Walking to Church through the palm tree forest

Monday, November 2, 2015


My One Year P-Nut Butter sandwich

Me and my Comp

What do you mean no Trick or Treating!

Monday, October 26, 2015

Rain Starts to Poor Down

And another week has passed and here we are again! This past week Hermana Jenkins and I were blessed to find some some amazing people. We were trying to find a Menos Activo when this lady, pushing an elderly lady, comes up behind us. I started to talk to her because she looks a lot like mom. We talked for a bit and the elderly lady invites us to come up but the other lady says maybe another day and they went inside. A couple of days later we where passing by and we saw them again. They invited us up and we talked to her about her beliefs and the Book of Mormon. She said that she would pray about it and read it! She has a lot of potential and already believes a lot of the same things as us. My only complaint is that it's the time of year where the rain starts to poor down. Sorry this was short but I love Elche and I hope that I can stay here for as long as possible! 

Hermana Evelo

Monday, October 19, 2015

Spark Notes

Spark notes of what happened this week. We started out with district meeting and the week was filled with an abundance of eating citas. The members here are amazing and so loving! We also had a bit of craziness because this week was Stake Conference and interviews with the President so we went to Alicante and stayed there to watch conference. It was of course great and really just pounded into my head that we need to do our part and not just wait for God to do everything. Experience of this week starts on a Tuesday night. It was a Tuesday night like any other Tuesday night when we received a call from the other Hermanas in Elche they told us that they had set an appointment to meet with a man on the street and were headed to his house when they discovered he was in our area so we ran over to the appointment to meet him. He opened the door and we talked in the door way since his wife was not home. We told him that next time we will come when his wife was home but he said that she wouldn't want to talk to us. We were about to read to him Moroni's promise in the Book of Mormon when we heard his wife come into the apartment building. Hermana Jenkins and I started to freak out a little because he said that she would not be happy that we where there. We turn to go down the stairs when the elevator opens and his wife steps out. She then proceeds to give us the biggest smile and invite us in and tells us of how she had been talking to her friend about difficult things that are happening in his life but how happy they were because of there faith and how she had been thinking that she wanted more faith in her life when she saw us. We taught both her and her husband about the Book of Mormon and they both said that they would read and pray to know if it is true. I know that there are people that are prepared to hear the Gospel and I'm so blessed that I have the chance to teach them. I love being here in the mission and everyday I wish that I could stay even longer her in Spain. 

Hermana Evelo
At Stake Conference

Monday, October 12, 2015

Trio Time

Trio time! So this week was a little bit different because Hermana Viglione had to go to Malaga for residency and so we had Hermana Brown with us for the week! It was pretty crazy trying to work around the traveling times and working in their area a bit too. Then on Friday we had zone meeting with our huge zone of Alicante. We had to catch an early train back home because its festivals so the train schedule was messed up so us and Hermana Viglione and Brown went and had all you could eat pizza... We each ate an entire pizza... So awesome experience of this week is our investigator Sam. Sam has had a really difficult life and because of that he is very cynical. We decided to show him the Restauracion movie and when it started he began to right down the things he didn't agree with but as the movie went on he wrote less and less and finally but down his pen and paper. When the movie finished he told us how he felt so peaceful and calm. The next day he called us and said that he had watched it again. He is a great guy but just needs to learn that God is their and that he loves him. I know that if we want to know that he we will answer! Have a great week!

Hermana Evelo

Monday, October 5, 2015

The Best Part of Course Was General Conference

Hey! I always feel like I repeat myself but this week has been
crazy. Hermana Gale and I woke up early Monday morning and drug all of
our luggage on the bus to ciudad real and then later jumped on a train
to Malaga. We made it there and ran to the capilla but still missed
the trainers training so we walked to the SHE's apartment and spent
the night and woke up the next morning and worked with Hermana Perez.
We all walked back to the capilla later because we thought that I
didn't have to be there till 1 to pick up my trainee but I soon
discovered that I was actually late as I walked in and everyone might
or might not have stared at me because I walked in 30 minutes late... Well
can't fix that. So I then met Hermana Jenkins my new trainee! She's
from Utah and super sweet so no complaints! We then jumped on a train
to Fuengirola because there wasn't enough space for everyone to stay
in the mission home. The next morning we went back to Malaga picked up
all my luggage and then caught our bus to Elche. It was great because
I found out that Hermana Viglione is also going to Elche along with 6
Elders. 8 hours later we made it to Elche and managed to find our piso
and buy food and then we went out to contact until English class. The
rest of the week was basically spent going around trying to find out
who the investigators are, who is who. And then the best part of the
week was of course general conference. I feel so blessed that we have
a living prophet and apostles and I love the opportunity I have to
learn about the gospel everyday. I know that this church is true and
that I'm so blessed to have the chance to teach people about it! Thank
you all so much for being such great examples to me! Stay sweet!

Hermana Evelo

The City of Elche

Hermana Evelo y Hermana Jenkins

Monday, September 28, 2015

Hold Onto Your Seats

Alright! So this week has been crazy so hold onto your seats! This week we decided to make a ton of cookies again for the activity that we were going to have on Sunday to watch a movie called Meet the Mormons. Obviously this was a bad idea because the cookies slowly disappeared throughout the week. We had a pretty lesson filled week and it was great! It's been so nice to see the progress that has happened in valdepeñas and I love it because it really does show that of your working hard the blessing will come even though it might not be in the moment they will come. The big news came Friday night when we received a call from President Andersen. He told us that he wanted to call us because this transfer was going to be crazy for the both of us. Hermana Gale and I are both leaving Valdepeñas and Elders are going to come. Hermana Gale is going down south to open up an area and I'm going to Elche to open an area and Im also going to be training again. Surprise! In all honesty I'm pretty nervous but I know that this is happening for a reason and I know that I can do it as long as trust in the Lord but the nervousness is definitely there! It was really hard to say goodbye to the members and our investigators. Even though I wasn't in valdepeñas very long I really love this place! On Sunday we had a nice tearful and emotional activity but it was a great way to end the transfer and to leave this wonderful place! Thanks for your emails and letters! Keep em coming!
Have a great week! 
Hermana Evelo

Monday, September 14, 2015

A Melon Every Time

So like most great weeks it's a bit hard to know exactly where to
start! On Monday we had a great lesson with one of our Menos Activas.
I love seeing how the spirit works on people and how they can
change. During the lesson she told us about things that she had done
in here past and how she felt  that God doesn't want to hear from her.
I felt so privileged to let her know that our Heavenly Father wants to
hear her and loves her. She is so sweet and gave us a big bag of
grapes! So this week we decided to go to one of our pueblos to visit
some old investigators and found this gypsy family and by that I mean
we went into the house with 12 people and taught them. They where so
sweet and told us the next time we came over they would cook us
Romanian food!  And like always I run out of time to write but a
couple last second things. So this week we've eaten around three
melons because one of investigators gives us a melon every time we
have a lesson. Everyone gave us fruit this week but I'm definitely not
complaining. I love being out here and having the chance to have all
of this experiences!
Have a great week!

Hermana Evelo

Monday, September 7, 2015

Starting To Get a Little Bit Chilly

So this week nothing too crazy except traveling to Malaga for a zone meeting which takes about two week days because we left Thursday night and came back Friday night and worked for about an hour. I got to see Hermana Viglione which was awesome. I gave her a giant hug! I miss her a lot! I also got my hair cut Monday. I actually wanted to cut more but the member who cut it said I was loca to want to cut off that much but it was still a good bit. It's starting to get a little bit chilly which is exciting. This week was a little bit rough because we lost a lot of work time but this week should be travel free so it should be pretty good! Anywho that's about it! Have a great week you guys!

When you are backed up to the wall that will make you test your faith
May I suggest that you will  find yourself completely safe
The Angels all about you are armed with unmatched power
And how our Father wants to send them oh this very hour 
You have stumbled and you have fallen many times before 
But who was there to pick you up from the unforgiving floor?
 His hand out stretched and smile unfeigned has reached out tenderly 
And each time the quiet whisper of "I'm here to set you free"

So when I feel that my faith just may start to waver
I quickly look up and plead to Him for this heavenly favor
The darkness runs unhappily against the overwhelming light 
That always rushes to my aid in this continuous fight 
For I am on the Lord's side so why should I ever fear?
Our Lord our God our savior will forever be near

Love you all so much! 
Hermana Evelo

Hermana Gale and Hermana Evelo


Monday, August 31, 2015

Tina from Romania

Hello! And here we are heading into week three of my time here in Valdepeñas! Where does the time go? So since things are a bit quiet here in valdepeñas and we are a bit far from other missionaries, our p day(free day) is a bit tranquillo. So last Monday we decided to make chocolate chip cookies from scratch and ended up making about 50. Don't worry we took them to our district meeting and shared them with everyone else. Other than that we just relaxed! So this week we had a goal of talking to at least 25 people a day and man was that exhausting. We tried every way possible of talking to people and it's hard when people just don't want to listen! But we are now professional contacters and my fear of talking to people has basically disappeared. So some highlights of this week was teaching our friend Tina from Romania. She's awesome! Her son is less active but she has so much faith! We had an amazing lesson with her this week as she told us that she knows that she needs to stop smoking because she feels that it takes her away from God and that she needs to make some changes sooner rather than later. The spirit was so strong and for the first time since I've been over everything was quiet as she testified that no one could ever change her belief that God exists. I love that many times when we are teaching people I learn from them. We teach so many people from different religious, cultural and economic background but the gospel applies to everyone. Not just me but every single person the has lived is living and will ever live. We also went to visit a less active lady who stopped going to church about 15 years ago because of conflict with her family. We shared Ether 12:44 "Wherefore, whoso believeth in God might with surety hope for a better world, yea, even a place at the right hand of God, which hope cometh of faith, maketh an anchor to the souls of men, which would make them sure and steadfast, always abounding in good works, being led to glorify God." I felt so much love for this lady who told us with tears rolling down her face that she had lost her faith and how she felt so very hopeless. She told us that we had brought her so much happiness through our visit and we told her we would come back. We need to make sure that we hold onto our faith because it really is so precious! I can not over emphasize the fact that deciding to come on a mission is the best choice I've ever made! Thank you everyone for your support! Have a great week!

Hermana Evelo

Monday, August 24, 2015

A Branch of About Twenty

Another week has come and gone here in Spain! This past week I had to say goodbye to all of my investigators and to my wonderful companion but hey that's how the mission works! So Hermana Viglione and I woke up early Wednesday morning so that I could catch the train with Hermana Gale to Cordaba and then to Valdepeñas. We got off the train with all my luggage and began the 30 minute journey of dragging all my stuff to our piso. After we got there I decided that maybe just traveling with the clothes I had on would be a better option. So the pros about my new piso is that it has a toaster and a shower head that is actually mounted on the wall... I know that doesn't sound exciting but it makes a difference! The cons is that we don't have AC but I don't think that should be a problem for too long and that we live about an hour bus ride from any other missionaries. Hermana Gale said that we are definitely a traveling area because we go to Ciudad Real once a week for district meeting and at least 3 times a transfer to Málaga. I actually don't mind traveling so I think it works out pretty perfectly! We have a branch of about twenty people and they are so amazing and have so much faith. So story for this week is that we were walking down the street and contacted this man named James he said that he was from Bolivia and that he had talked to missionaries there and that he would like to talk more so we set up a cita to talk to him more. As Hermana Gale and I testified to him that he could know that our Heavenly Father loves him we could feel the spirit testify of what we said. This week I have learned that we are never alone and that we need to constantly remember our Heavenly Father and our Savior so that we can have the comfort that comes from having the spirit with us always. Thank you everyone for all that you do for me! Have an amazing week!

Hermana Evelo
The Church in Valdepeñas

Hermana Viglione, Hermana Evelo, y Hermana Gale


Monday, August 17, 2015

Flying From House to House

Change is in the air! It's finally starting to cool down a little bit which means the end of the hottest summer that Spain has had in 40 years is finally come to an end. This week was fantastic! Hermana Viglione and I where flying from house to house and talking to people in between! On Monday we went to the cathedral here in Malaga and did our usual compras and writing. Then that night we went and had a lesson with Grace. She is amazing and so prepared and always gives us a big glass of juice after we climb up the giant hill to her house. We read about the plan of salvation and during the lesson she told us about how, since we've been coming over, she has really noticed a difference in here life! And how could she not! It's what we promise everyone if they act then God will bless them! On Tuesday we had district meeting. The highlight of the night was our lesson with our Nigerian friend Emmet, he speaks English and most of the time we feel that he is already a member. He owns a locatorio so most of the time we teach him there. So we were teaching him about the word of wisdom when all of a sudden a member of our ward who is also a friend of Emmet's walked in. He sat down and testified of the word of wisdom. The spirit was so strong! We asked him to be baptized and he accepted! Another fun adventure for the week is that we got to check out the hospital here In Spain because Hermana Viglione had a doctor appointment because she's been sick a lot. I was glad that a member took us that spoke English and Spanish because it's hard enough to understand doctors in English. This week we were also to set a baptismal date with our friend Joseph who sells internet on the side of the road and to find two new investigators. One of them is ,John, a guy that we met in Emmet's locatorio and the other is Joe a guy that we saw sitting on the bench. Joe was a lesson to me because he was someone that I probably wouldn't have normally contacted because he was sitting on a bench with a bottle of beer in his hand but we contacted him and he was super sweet and genuinely interested and should us pictures of his 4 daughters and a granddaughter on the way. These people that we meet all have families and are sons and daughters of God! They are all important and should all have a chance to here the gospel! In other news transfers have come and I have to leave....I wish that I could stay here longer with Hermana Viglione and see everyone's baptisms but I guess I have people waiting for me in Valdepeñas. Yep, I'm heading to Valdepeñas a small town up north and even though I'll miss everyone here in Malaga I'm ready to see what's waiting for me up north. I know that this church is true and it can bring people so much happiness. It's amazing to think that I'm a part of this work!

Hermana Evelo
Yum French Toast


Monday, August 3, 2015

Running From Lesson to Lesson

This week was super busy but lets be honest I would definitely prefer that then not have any work! We have been super blessed to find people in so many different ways! An example of this was this week we were sitting on a bench making a couple of calls because some of our plans fell through. This teenage mom walks by pushing her toddler on his bike, he waved at us and pointing at the bike says ¨"bici bici" We laughed and thought nothing of it until they walked past us three or four times we finally decide to contact them. We talked to her and she said that even though she didn't believe in God she wanted to know for sure if He was there or not. We quickly wrote down her information and set a day to come back. The lesson that I learned from this is that sometimes God has to get someone's (my) attention by making them pass by me three or four times and that maybe I need to pay a bit more attention. This week we where literally running from lesson to lesson all while having miracles in the process. There are just so many people ready to hear the gospel! I just hope that I can find everyone that´s waiting for me and that I don´t let opportunities pass me by! On the complaining side it reached 43 grados(109) this week.  Please winter just come faster!  I love you all so much!

Hermana Evelo
I am turning blonde!

Our Zone