My last Sunday was really great! We had a district meeting, so we were all down in Senahú. It was really cool because we got to hear Elder Holland speak Spanish. I didn't know that he spoke Spanish? Did you? The talks were really good for the Guatemalans. They were all about going to the temple, not spending more money than you earn, and the importance of the family. Really nice and simple.
I guess I should say something about the entirety of my mission... which is really not possible.
I'm extremely grateful that I went on a mission. This has been nothing less than a life changing experience. It has been the hardest thing I have ever done in my life. Right now I feel like every emotion that I have ever experienced during my mission is hitting me all at the same time... so more than anything, I think I'm feeling confused, jaja. I'm really excited to see the family and my friends, and I am also sad to leave the people that have been my family for the last two years. I'll miss lots of things, but I am also looking forward to what's to come in my life. I know this is the true church. I have seen the hand of God played into my life more than ever during my mission. I'm thankful for all the prayers that have been answered unusually fast when I was thinking all was lost. I'm so happy I have been able to see how the gospel of Christ blesses families. These are all very real things. I'm grateful for my mission presidents,President Torres and President Watts. They put me where I needed to be and with the people I needed to be with. I love the Q'eqchi' people and the chance that I had to be with them for so much time. I'll miss living in the most beautiful part of the world with some of the coolest people I've met.
I'm so excited to see everyone, and how much taller everyone has grown.
I'll see you in two days.
Love, AARON DANIEL HOWARD
usan naq ink'a' tat'ane'q li solso' ch'iich' chiruuch inxikik jajaja wi ta tinkamq tqil qib' wi'chik