Monday, September 2, 2013

Zoe Dance Battles in her Dominican Nightgown & Human Frailty

David's Note (Zoe's Dad): Zoe makes reference to a bad keyboard and weird writing. I correct spelling and typo's so she doesn't have to worry about it.


Hello everyone! Sorry I'm on a funky keyboard right now, so my writing is a little weird today... but everything is well here in the DR! 

It's been a good week! It's gone by very quickly and we've just been nice and busy. A couple cool things is that we got to go to the temple this week with our zone and another zone and the mission president and his wife. It was really nice.

Also, a funny story. The other night my housemate and I were being goofy and laughing and kind of dancing weird and one of the girls in the room tells us that they think these 2 girls are watching us. We look up out of our huge window and see two girls that are about our age across the street on their balcony and they are watching us.  We're on the second story, and so are they, so nobody below us can see us, but we can see each other.  Then they start dancing back at us. Next thing we know me and my housemate are in a dance battle with our cross the street neighbors and we just have this dance off for like 20 minutes in our Dominican night gowns and it was super funny and we're all just laughing. It was intense, but I'm pretty sure we won. Ha, ha, ha.. and the great thing too is that they're doing their Dominican Latina booty shaking dancing, but we're missionaries so we're just doing things like the Charleston and interpretive dance and things like that on our side. I'd like to think that we're friends now with those girls.

We're working with 2 people for baptism and a group of 3 boys that are Juan-Carlos' friends and they're great and all go to church together and all the lessons together and the are awesome! 

Before I forget. One of the girls also has a blog incase you want to check it out it's 

And heres a lovely message - I can't do quotation marks. Sorry! 
"Be kind regarding human frailty... Except in the case of His only perfect Begotten Son, imperfect people are all God has ever had to work with. This must be terribly frustrating to Him, but he deals with it. So should we."
  -Jerffery R. Holland

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