|The view from Zocalo|
|We ate from a molcajete. It was delicious!|
|I am really going to miss doing my laundry like this (I'm serious!)|
Friday: At about 8:00PM I got a call from President Stutznegger...my sister had her mission call! From his house he face-timed my family and then held his phone to the face-time call so that I could listen in. It was awesome! I got to listen in on the whole mission call opening. I think I was more nervous than anyone! I was practically shaking and I was trying not to cry! Then my sister started to read the call..."Dear Sister Ingram, you are hereby called to serve in...PERU!!!" My sister is going to Peru everyone! It was tough to hear much through all the screams and cheers but I got the gist of it. I couldn't help but tear up...I knew exactly what and how she was feeling. I said bye and so did my sister and we hung up. So, she's going to Peru and she leaves on August 12th which means we'll have 2 months together before she's off for a year and a half....that part makes me kind of sad...but I'm really proud of her decision and I know it will be life changing for her. I'm proud of you Hannah! You're in for an adventure of a lifetime!
Hermana Taylor and I are seeing lots of blessings here in Polanco! We have about a month and a half left to give it our all and to make a lasting difference...and that's exactly what we're going to do!
|Grinding cocao with Piedad and her husband|
|Once it's ground she makes it into chocolate pucks and sells them in the tianguis|
|He shines old rusty metal pieces for a living|