Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Fotos (January 31, 2017)

Original district! Elder Wunderlich, Nielson y yo :)

Hna Tecuatl!!

 ​Elder Aguirre, yo and Hna Lindsay who is coming to replace me down in White Salmon!!

 Casi took a normal picture

​This one is more accurate

​The Plan of Salvation! In Spanish.. But it has helped us teach English and Spanish alike. :)

​The Omans!!! And the Maddens :)) Senior couple and WML. Actually some of my favorite people


​When you try to take a picture and forget that you're super white and also just end up looking surprised. The Nimma family :)

Ezekiel 37:15-17 (January 30, 2017)

Monday - went to Pday in the Dalles, perfected a rainbow, destroyed everyone in chair soccer (jk) and drove up to Yakima at 6. We got to the mission home at about 8:20 or so.

Tuesday - The next morning we woke up bright and early and left to WENATCHEE :DD  Zone Conference was phenomenal, it was such an incredibly spiritual experience and on top of that I got to see a ton of my mission friends :)

Wednesday - We were crazy booked. It has been a definite process to work up to the point where we aren't tracting all day but it definitely paid off on Wedesday because we were running around everywhere. It was such an awesome day. First thing that morning we participated in the Worldwide missionary broadcast which was with the Apostles - it was the Missionary Committee of the church and we got to sit in on it! Our schedule has been changed and so have our key indicators which was super interesting. Afterwards we had a couple of lessons and we finally got rid of the illegal fish (only after it almost landing in Martha's hair because we got stuck and I was trying to go back and forth and back and forth, rocking the car so much.  I am getting so good with a shovel). At one point there was a lull in appointments and I saw Julian outside trying to scrape off ice from the walkway. So we ran over with a shovel, scraped it off and set up a return appointment with him that night. His son was there and we taught the plan of Salvation. Marcos has a fantastic grasp of the concepts and Julian actually paid attention! Since his heart attack he is terrified of death and he kept saying "Interesante" as we discussed what happens after death.

Thursday - I went to the chiropractor and she shot me with this little gun thing to adjust my spine. Fingers crossed it works. Then we had a District Council and lunch where we handed over some smoothies for the Zone Leaders since we had lost last Thursday. Then we stayed in Hood River and painted old ladies fingernails. It was so much fun. They were all so sweet and it was cute because they all wanted to pay us and we just kept telling them that all we wanted was a smile. They didn't believe us but we were insistent. Then we visited a couple of people in the home and helped the Hood River missionaries a bit with an investigator that we had passed to them. We had interviews and then went to dinner before finally returning  back to dear old White Salmon.

Friday was crazy. A lot. We've been trying to clean out the area book as transfers come up and... let's just say it's been dissected. We contacted a referral out in Lyle and she is so amazing and prepared, she also is going to take me to Colima when I get off my mission. I'm super excited. That night we had another lesson with Marcos and Julian and tried to convince them to go to church. Ultimately, we promised to eat menudo if they would go to church. They didn't end up coming but it would have been so worth it.
Quote of the day:
Me (trying to explain the state of Missouri): "There's lots of rednecks. Like hicks? They go hunting a lot and eat squirrels and opossums and deer."
Hermana Hernandez: "Pobrecita ardillas!" (poor squirrels!)
Me: I guess! Do you know what a redneck is?
H: "espera, como super carniveros?" (Super carnivores?)
Me: "I mean... yes?"

Saturday - Transfer calls! We went to Carson and had a neat lesson with Modesto. Then transfer calls came and I am headed to Ephrata and Hna Hernandez is receiving Hna Lindsay!! The missionary I trained! I'm super excited even though I don't know that I'll get to see her.

Sunday - We taught the 5th Sunday lesson and it was fantastic. We gave a training on Preach My Gospel and it really excited the ward a lot. I'm really happy for the things they are going to accomplish. Then we taught Nancy, Julian's friend, and she loved the Plan of Salvation so much. She said it just made so much sense. Then we had some good other lessons with members and RCLA's.

Spiritual thought - I've been reading the New Testament from the beginning and if it is one thing that I have learned, the Bible has to be used with the Book of Mormon. Because of the knowledge I have gained from the Book of Mormon, the Bible is so clear, the teachings are undeniable and all point to the restored church. Before when I studied passages or read random chapters I could see how easily things were misinterpreted and how opinion could be such a huge factor. I love this gospel and I have truly gained a testimony that the Bible and the Book of Mormon are to be used together so that we can obtain greater light and understanding. I love being a missionary!!

Sister Jaycie Baird
Washington Yakima Mission

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Fotos (January 23, 2017)

 ​We got stuck again. This time on exchanges and Hna Torrez is from Georgia. She got out of the car and turned to a man who ran out of his house and said "Soy de Georgia!" "Soy de Mexico!"

 At least we weren't this guy.

 ​Hna Torrez, Hernandez, Pons y yo :

 I have super fat fingers and also, wear gloves when shoveling icy snow. Apparently it bites.

 ​The end of our driveway. We walk a lot.

 ​You know that white handbook rule that says how we aren't supposed to have pets of any kind? See mass email for the story behind our tonto pet pez, Kishkumen Oliblish.

​This picture does not contain the absolute joy and love that we feel when we visit the ZigZags (codename). I love being a missionary. (see mass for more background)

Unexpected Gifts (January 23, 2017)

Monday - After yet another district pday due to the amount of snow and ice still on the ground, we stayed at the church to wait for Jesus and the Stls so that he could have his baptismal interview. We did some phone tracting while we waited and had some pretty interesting conversations, we even taught a lesson over the phone! Once the STLs got there and everything was being worked out, we heard rumors of another ice storm that would trap us in the Dalles (yes I'm being dramatic, at this point that's really how I felt).

Tuesday - Exchanges! If there isn't something odd or out of the ordinary that happens during exchanges, it almost can't be a real one. We did some running around and service before splitting off to convert the world. While in a lesson with Jesus and the Omans, the storm that we were hoping was a rumor hit and the freezing rain began to come down and coat literally everything. We met and talked to a lot of really neat people. We were definitely guided to those who were searching and even though a lot of them fell through later in the week, the experiences we had were prime teaching and learning moments. We were doing so good, I hadn't gotten stuck all day long, even with all of the ice until the moment that we went to pick up the other sisters. Then we got super stuck. I laughed (somewhat hysterically because literally this is a regular thing) and Hna Torrez, the STL from Georgia, who had already been wide eyed at all the snow, was like, "What do we do???" She gets out of the car to try and back me, so I could rock back and forth and suddenly from the nearby trailer, a man runs out. She looks at him in desperation and says "I'm from Georgia!" (in Spanish). He grins and replies, "I'm from Mexico!" Then he wriggled under the car without gloves or anything and got us hooked up to his Jeep and pulled us out after a couple of tries.

Wednesday - So today was all around an up and down roller-coaster. We knocked on some doors (we walked a lot because there was a 2 inch layer of ice on everything) and they all had a similar answer - "You're seriously still out there doing missionary work???" One just looked at us in disbelief, another told us no thanks but please be careful and another gave us a packet of hot chocolate and and asked us to please not die on her driveway (which was crazy sketchy with the ice). C called us that night and told us that her power had been out for the last 10 hours and she was afraid that Kishkumen (the fish) was going to die and asked us to take him. I thought she was going to put him in a jar and have us babysit (which is super not kosher) but instead she gave us his whole tank. So now I will tell you the whole story.

Kishkumen Oliblish was originally Mary's fish and his name was Obama. Obama killed Hillary and Trump, her other two fish, and ate the snail she had gotten to replace them. So she was going to flush him down the toilet and as he is a creation of God, we had to save him! So then we had a fish. Flashback to a couple of weeks ago where I told the story of the horrible day of knocking and how we gifted the newly named fish to C and J. So then it comes back to the present where we go and rescue this fish. And so now we have a pet fish and like 5 takers that just need to actually take him. Again, I would like to bear my testimony that missionaries should not have pets because ain't no body got time for them.

That night we also were informed that Zone Conference would be cancelled. But just for the Dalles Zone. It made us cry a little bit and in a moment of weakness, I declared that we were going to knock the entire town of White Salmon, from 12-8 o'clock on Thursday, the day we were supposed to be in Yakima. And such was the insanity that inspired one of the best days we've ever had.

Thursday - The Zone Leaders called us, and I told them of our plan. So they offered a bet. Whoever talked to the least amount of people owed the other companionship smoothies. We accepted and creamed them. Just kidding. But it was one of the most fun days I have ever had on my mission so far. We were constantly searching for people, knocking on doors, offering service, it was seriously so much fun. We had some really awkward experiences, spiritual experiences and just plain awesome experiences. I have learned that if you can just distract someone long enough to show them that you are a human being and really care for their well-being, they will allow you to share a bit of your happiness with them. We found some new investigators and talked to a couple of people that had investigated in the past and were interested in learning a bit more. We lost really badly, but it completely renovated our entire companionship and how we do the work. We have no fear and our goals mean so much more now. AND the biggest blessing of it all came at the end of the day.
   Because we were constantly talking to people all day, we were able to not think about how we were missing Zone Conference. At the end of the day though, we were tired and a little bit bummed to have missed it even though we had done so much good. Then the Zone Leaders called again. First we admitted defeat and then they dropped the bomb. Are you ready?? Are you sure???
WE'RE GOING TO WENATCHEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! FOR ZONE CONFERENCE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I might have started crying just a little bit. But it was the most amazing blessing that I could have ever imagined. And the phrase came to my mind, "You can have what you want, or you can have better."

Friday - Friday I almost killed an older couple. We came barreling down their driveway as they were coming up and they had to jump into a snowdrift and we missed them by a foot. I'm famous in the ward now because shortly after that I lost completely control and got wedged perpendicular in the driveway. Then John came to save us and almost t-boned us and the Kings had to jump back into the snowdrift. Needless to say, I will forever be known as the sister who almost killed the Kings. *sigh* Then that night we got stuck again. We're just actually always stuck and I destroyed Jesus's flashlight. He gave us each a half of it to remember it. It was a nice, heavy duty flashlight. And I destroyed it with the car. *double sigh* Martha had fun though. She was really glad she wasn't curled up on her couch in her pajamas and heated blanket and that instead she was tramping through 2 feet of slush and then barreling down the driveway to escape the grip of the snow. It was craisy.

Saturday was good.

Sunday - Twas a crazy day. I forgot to get gas and so we almost didn't make it home, we had church in White Salmon, banged on Jesus's door lots to try to get him to wake up and come to church to no avail, taught the funniest and most changed 10 year old I have ever met, talked to a couple of super sweet Baptists for about an hour and a half in Lyle (the man was named Timmy, reminded me of Timo), rushed up to dinner 30 miles away, had the gas light turn on, said lots of prayers, had tacos, visited the ZigZags which was an experience that will stay with me forever. She has really badly progressed dementia and there isn't much we can do to help. Poor Brother Zigzag has his hands full and so we ran up to their house to deliver dinner. Then I played the piano that can become a harpsicord and just played a bunch of hymns while Hna Hernandez danced with Sis Zigzag and it was such an incredibly tender experience. As we left, Brother Zigzag  quietly said "Thank you. Thank you so much." We returned to the Raths (codename) and had a really neat lesson where everyone bore their testimony of the Book of Mormon. Then we turned to Matt's gf, Taylor and asked her if she wanted to learn more and she accepted a Book of Mormon from the Raths and the first two pamphlets from us! We're meeting with her again on Wednesday.

I love this gospel so much and I am eternally grateful for the Atoning sacrifice of Christ that allows us to change and become something more. I truly have a testimony that it is not just through faith that we are saved but "through grace after all we can do." This doesn't downplay the Atonement and sacrifice that Christ made for us but it allows us to utilize it to "cut off the hand that offends us" so that we can soar to heights that would otherwise be impossible to achieve. I know that this church is the Restored church, I know that God loves us and I know that the Atonement is real.
I love you all so much and hope you all have a wonderful week! (hopefully a warmer one than the ones we have had lately)

Hna Baird

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Fotos Part 2 (January 16, 2017)

My new best friends. That I can't pet or I die from sneezing and coughing and swollen eyes. It's a cruel world.  

​Ballo (like caballo or horse but the short form.) (with Tamarindo in the background, what a good horse, he even looked at the camera)

 Chaparro (literally meas Midget or Dwarf from what I can understand)

Mini Cooper (you have to say that in a Spanish accent and it's much funnier and cuter)

We have to duck to get out of our door. There are a few that are touching the snow!

Fotos Part 1 (January 16, 2017)

 yay 20

 This cake was actually the best thing I've ever eaten. Thanks mom. #artmajor

​Got stuck. AGAIN. It's a talent.

 ​When you open the car door and it's just.... snow.

 Our neighbor's van that hasn't moved since the snow started.

​Woke up to another 6-8 inches of snow. Where there are footprints, that's our porch, the two half circle things and beyond is the yard.

 Joel, Hna Hernandez y yo. We're actually all best friends and he's actually my grandpa. He is my favorite person. And we're gonna take over the world with our picos de hielo.

​I promise we actually do dishes more than once a week. Sometimes.

Stuck stuck and stuck again. (December 17, 2017)

Monday - Had some neat experiences where we were able to serve others in a manner that was arranged by God. We decided to knock and knocked a sort of referral from an investigator we had. She wasn't interested but when we went to leave, offering our service, she asked if there was anyway she could have some food because she didn't have any for work the next day. Due to the snowfall she hadn't been able to work and didn't have any food. I don't know how kosher it was, but we had some extra and so ran to get it.
     On our way back, we saw a man trying to dig out his car with his hands from about 3 feet of snow. We pulled over and ran to help. We had a lot of fun and helped push him out. He asked if we were nuns and let us talk to him for a couple minutes. Then he left and we brought the food to Eva. She invited us in and told us that she had just finished praying before we knocked on her door to send her someone to help her. We were an answer to her prayer and it was so humbling because all day long I had been praying for charity and courage to knock doors and because of it we were able to be instruments in the hands of the Lord!

Tuesday - Twas my birthday. It's actuallly a little bit comical, because oftentimes people ask us "But you celebrate holidays and birthdays, right?" because there are lots of Jehova's Witnesses and they don't. We always answer, 'Of course!" But on our missions I think that's kind of a lie haha.
   We had meetings all day and first thing we did was help push the Zone Leaders van up a hill because it super doesn't have four wheel and it's a mini van. We had cake, and then we tired to meet with Peaches (codename from Ice Age - #1 cuz she reminds me of her and #2 because we're in an ice age). She's like my little sister. She's 14 and is in a really rough situation. She is a member but she's living with her dad and his gf right now. He's a less active member and she is so anti-Mormon it's straight poisonous. We got there and the gf came to the door and made a ton of excuses, pretended to leave so Peaches would have to babysit, etc.

    Then we got stuck on our way to dinner. *sigh*
We parked at a clinic and walked to talk to this one guy named Roberto. Then our friend Sunny stopped by and offered us all a ride! Then she dropped us off and we called Peaches dad and took her down to Subway to meet since their house isn't conducive to the Spirit and had a good talk. She's a tough cookie. Then Sunny picked us up and dropped us off at our car and then we waded through 2 feet of snow to knock a door at 8:50 at night :)

Wednesday - Got stuck again, this time in our driveway. We missed our appointment with Jesus and finally just decided to walk around. Then we started talking to this guy who offered to help dig us out. When all is said and done, it took 4 people, 3 shovels, and 3 hours. Woot. Shortly after getting unstuck, we drove up to visit a member and got stuck again. I love being stuck. How I get stuck so often with 4WD and a Jeep I don't know.
That night we got Bible bashed pretty hard. It makes me sad when Satan takes something good and uses it to blind eyes, ears and hearts.

Thursday - Helped someone ELSE get unstuck for once, went out to Carson and found 2 of the 10 hispanics out there, it was AWESOME running out of time

Friday - planned, and you guessed it, got stuck. AGAIN. Then went to apologize to Jesus. And got stuck. Again. *siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh*

Saturday - Didn't get stuck today! Yay! We helped dig out a Baptist church, we shoveled the driveway and chipped off ice from the stairs. wow I'm out of time.

Sunday - did splits, no one came to church in Hood River and in White Salmon we had 1 investigator and 5 less actives. Actually on a cloud all day. That night, tried by an old kind of almost investigator and had an awesome lesson where he accepted baptism!! and then we got stuck. And walked home.

Monday morning - got unstuck.

If you come across something that doesn't make sense, please pray about it. Look for guidance from the one that will answer us. But you have to do it with real intent! You can't just ask with an answer already in mind. It doesn't work. Satan is so real and it pains me to see how he blinds the eyes of those who are searching for the light. I was reminded over and over again this week of Moroni 7. That which is good leads us to Christ and that which is not good brings us into misery and darkness.

Love you all!
Until next week! (time goes by so fast)
Hna Baird

Fotos (January 9, 2017)

When it gets up to 24 degrees, we're practically dancing around in short sleeves.

 A glimpse of a blue sky that we haven't seen for about 3 weeks.

Dia de los Reyes. But none of the Hispanic families we talked to let us have any rosca so we had cherry cobbler and ice cream instead with Carolyn.

 Cooking skills are, as always, superb. I call this one "Soupbowl Soup"

 The forecast is approximately 3 feet of snow. Or something like that, it changes from day to day.

​Skating on a frozen pond! Just kidding this is actually the street. Walking or driving, you slide EVERYWHERE.

Got stuck. Again.

 Outside of our apartment the snow has hit my skirt.

Yay for snow! And more on the way!! Best birthday present EVER

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

2 Decades and 3 weeks (January 9, 2017)

So since I haven't been very good at writing these last couple of weeks I'm going to quickly summarize some of the highlights :)

I don't remember what I have already said and what no one knows, so I'm just going to talk about everything.

-We had a fish for a day named Kishkumen Oliblish. He was originally named Obama but after killing Hillary and Trump (two of his tank mates), we rescued him from becoming the next Finding Nemo as Mary was ready to flush him down the toilet. We poured him into a bucket back home and continued as if it was any other day. I now have a strong testimony that we are not supposed to have pets of any kind because that day was stinky. No one wanted us and we got rid of that fish so fast! Don't worry, he's in a good home. But we renamed him Kishkumen due to his killing streak. Our investigators got a kick out of it.

-Joel and Martha are my favorite people ever. One night we went to Joel's trailer park and found a small dog they call "El Tigre" or "Tigrito" which means Little Tiger. I didn't get it until we tried to catch him to give him to one of the women who wants to give him a home and I found out why.
-Joel: "Hijole!"

-I've learned that sometimes I super don't filter things and until my companion has pointed them out, I go on living an oblivious life. For example, as we were coordinating with the senior couple:
Sis O: "Could we have his number? Oh, well I guess we don't speak Spanish, it wouldn't be very helpful anyway.."
Me: "You could text him. Oh wait, no you can't, he's blind."
Sis O: "Oh!"
Me: "Well, not blind just old and can't see."
*Elder O, who was cleaning his glasses to put them on, delicately sets them on the table and now won't wear them around me.*

-This past Tuesday we spent 3 hours cleaning a DISGUSTING 50 gallon fish tank. It was for an older less active who just turned 82 the day we showed up to help. I think they just wanted us to scrub the sides but you couldn't hardly see the fish in the tank and so we unanimously decided to clean the whole thing. A noble offer, but we bit off a whole lot more we could chew. It took us about 1.5 hours to catch the fish, bail it out and fish out all of the castle things. Thanks to the 2 feet of snow, we were able to give everything a snow bath and scrub some of the nastiest stuff off. We also discovered two more fish than she thought she had. We had gotten down to the bottom and I heard something moving. The water at this point was not translucent, the last 3 inches or so was poop. After bailing out another inch or two I realized that there was a fish still in there! It was honestly a miracle that I hadn't scooped him out and poured him out in the snow. It took us another hour to scrub the rocks and castle things, and then I tackled the gravel while Hna Hernandez filled the tank back up. My only regret is that we didn't take a before and after picture. Because is was seriously disgusting and now it is beautiful. I just hope the fish don't die from the shock of clean water.

-Cool experience while we were knocking.
So I'm super racist and I find all of the hispanic houses there are. We found one and decided to go back after dinner.
We knock and it's a family that goes to the 7th Day Adventist church. They immediately let us in, shared scriptures with us, sang some hymns and then asked us the message that we brought.
Now, it's really easy to share a nice scriptures, bear your testimony about something that they already know and leave with happy feelings. But as I was sitting there, a scripture came to my mind that I knew I needed to share. I first shared Psalms 82:6 which is one of my favorites. "Ye are gods, children of the most High." It's a fantastic one to teach that we are meant to learn and grow and God wants us to become like Him. It was a little bit contradicted by them because they didn't agree but there were still happy feelings. Then I shared Ezekiel 37:15-17.
15 ¶The word of the Lord came again unto me, saying, 16 Moreover, thou son of man, take thee one stick, and write upon it, For Judah, and for the children of Israel his companions: then take another stick, and write upon it, For Joseph, the stick of Ephraim, and for all the house of Israel his companions: 17 And join them one to another into one stick; and they shall become one in thine hand.

As I read, they said "Amen, amen!" Then I explained it. and then they weren't amening any more. I taught how the stick of Judah is the Bible, while the stick of Ephraim is the Book of Mormon and how they must be brought together into one. I asked them then if they had ever heard of the Book of Mormon. Quickly, things went south and they talked about how you have to cast out the evil from among you and that a glass of 99% water with only 1% poison is still toxic and they hurriedly wrapped up the conversation and told us they really needed to be getting to bed.
The next day I was reading in Moroni 7 and I was thinking about them a lot. My heart rejoiced in those words, and they rang so true that I couldn't believe the fear that we come across when we mention the Book of Mormon. He tells us that if something brings us closer to Christ, it is of God! And how important it is that we don't judge that of God to be of the devil. I love how plainly he states that it is so simple, that we may be able to judge with a perfect knowledge just as we can clearly see what is day and what is night.
 12 Wherefore, all things which are good cometh of God; and that which is evil cometh of the devil; for the devil is an enemy unto God, and fighteth against him continually, and inviteth and enticeth to sin, and to do that which is evil continually.
 13 But behold, that which is of God inviteth and enticeth to do good continually; wherefore, every thing which inviteth and enticeth to do good, and to love God, and to serve him, is inspired of God.

 14 Wherefore, take heed, my beloved brethren, that ye do not judge that which is evil to be of God, or that which is good and of God to be of the devil.

 15 For behold, my brethren, it is given unto you to judge, that ye may know good from evil; and the way to judge is as plain, that ye may know with a perfect knowledge, as the daylight is from the dark night.

 16 For behold, the Spirit of Christ is given to every man, that he may know good from evil; wherefore, I show unto you the way to judge; for every thing which inviteth to do good, and to persuade to believe in Christ, is sent forth by the power and gift of Christ; wherefore ye may know with a perfect knowledge it is of God.

 17 But whatsoever thing persuadeth men to do evil, and believe not in Christ, and deny him, and serve not God, then ye may know with a perfect knowledge it is of the devil; for after this manner doth the devil work, for he persuadeth no man to do good, no, not one; neither do his angels; neither do they who subject themselves unto him.

Anyway, love you all lots and hope you have a stellar week. :))))

Sister Jaycie Baird
Washington Yakima Mission

Monday, January 9, 2017

Abandonan El Miedo!! (Jan. 2, 2017)

Fear. Sometimes we don't even pray for opportunities to share the gospel, to gain experience, to help someone else because we fear that we may receive a prompting from on high to do something that we don't think that we are capable of doing

Well stop it! Abandon your fear! And pray for opportunities to share the gospel!

I'm sorry that I haven't been writing well these past couple of weeks but I'm doing well and learning lots. And next week will be lots better :))

Love you all!
Merry Christmas
Happy New Year
Etc. ;D
Sister Jaycie Baird
Washington Yakima Mission

Exchanges! From a month (almost two ago)

Flashback again to Christmas party

​Elder Cataldo, moi, and Hna Hernandez. I love being the only guerra.

​Got the car stuck on Monday. Again. We were coming down a hill and I lost a little bit of control and we almost died. But fortunately there was a nice cushy snowbank waiting for us at the bottom. The best part? Tiwi was SILENT. #areyouforreal

my one picture from this week. Can you guess what I care about the most?

Fotos (December 26, 2016)

Mexican pannnnnnnnnn and Churros!!

gingerbread houses! we beat all the little kids


 Because I have a Mexican companion and she loves me

I will learn how to make these one day

avacado salsa and tapatillo salsa

​accidentally had a pet fish for a day. bad idea.

My beautiful family

​accidentally got the Jeep stuck. We had to get pulled out with a truck #makingchristmasmemorable