Hola como estan?
Well, I bet you are all wondering why I haven't written to you guys yet, and that is because I have had changes!!!!! I am NOT in Orquideas anymore. I am now in QUEVEDO NORTE 2. This sector is the farthest away from the mission home!!! I love it already. We changed and now my compañero is named Elder Torres. He is from Peru and he is from my same group!! That's cool!
Well I will answer your questions!!
1- This week I studied in 3 Nephi 11 and wow that is full of great doctrine. I learned so much about Jesus. Man, I loved studing that!!
2- No I wasn't called as a Zone leader but I don't need to worry about that because I just need to focus in baptizing.
3- Well I forgot what the other questions are!!
Well my week has been pretty standard--
Tuesday we went to zone meeting and then we just worked.
Wednesday we just worked.
Thursday we did the same.
The truth is that I can't remember what we did in specific but I do know that I worked!! Well this week was pretty standard. It was a normal week and the only unnormal thing we did is that we got switched and I moved to QUEVEDO NORTE 2.
Really that is my week and I can't remember anything else that happened!!
I am sorry this letter is bad but I just can't remember what else happened!!
1- How much did the cows sell for?
2- How can you guys tell the difference in me?
Quevedo is one of the most important agricultural centers of Ecuador and is the geographical point where all major roads (including the Pan-American highway) in the region intersect. The area surrounding Quevedo mainly produce bananas, corn, rice, and soybeans. The alluvial soils in the region generate excellent harvests year-round. Many banana producers complement their banana plantations with fields that produce corn, soy and rice in the wet season. In the city, this produce is often industrialized into super-market ready products, such as instant-meals, pre-packaged products, noodles and other traditionally Asian foods. In recent years, Quevedo agro-industrial complex has added value to its output by developing a strong presence in the organic product's niche both locally and overseas.
Mostly populated by the mestizo ethnic group; Quevedo is also known for its prominent Chinese immigrant population and has even been called the "Chinatown of Ecuador". This gives it a distinct reputation and cultural feeling in relation to other Ecuadorian cities. Quevedo is also the center of the "montubio" folklore, a sub-culture that emanates from the customs of the early settlers of the region, who lived in the "monte", a word that describes the agricultural fields.
The city celebrates its foundation on October 7.