This week has been wild! Carnival is going on in Sines over the past few days and will end tomorrow night. I have never seen anything like it. There are about 10 venders that set up in the park and tons of people walking around in crazy costumes. There was a huge parade through downtown. I bought 3 Faturas and 3 Pão com Churiços and they were super good!
We were car-less and Sines-bound again this week so we worked in Sines except for one bus trip to Santo André.
We followed up with Miguel and his Book of Mormon reading in Moroni, and invited him to read Alma 32. When we first talked with him at Repsol he was not interested in hearing any more of our message about the Restored Gospel. But as we have meet with him his desires have changed and he is interested in learning more. He told us that he is done with the "Repsol Life" (hanging out drinking and smoking in front of the gas station). It has been cool to see this change beginning to take place in him.
We had not a very firm appointment on the other side if town but decided to go anyways, it fell through but then we went to the apartment complex next to it as a man was walking out. He was moving in and had about 15 big bags of things to bring into his house. We were able to be a big help to him. He didnt have time to talk but we got his number will hopefully teach him soon.
We taught Angelina the Restoration and I actually understood pretty much the entire thing and was able to teach and express myself. It is so nice being able to do that now.
This transfer has flown by, I can´t believe I have been in Santo André for 3 transfers. Tomorrow morning I will get on a bus and head to Almada with my new companion Elder Cottrell who is also from Georgia.