“Well, today was Mother’s Day in Mexico. The churches opened up today so we were able to go to church. It was interesting. We went to the Pedregal Ward, not many people there, only 40. The missionaries say there are usually 100-150 out of a ward of 500. One of the Elders was from Tabasco (down in the Yucatan area) and the other was from Texas. It was the first time the people have been able to go to church in two weeks. We were asked not to wear ties and whenever we entered a new room we had to use antisepetic gel. Denise was given a red rose and a tiger lilley. Other than going to church we took it easy and just hung out with my dad.
Yesterday, was a big travel day. After having breakfast in Aguascalientes we traveled to Queterraro, the town of , and arrived in Mexico City late at night.
Here is Denise and AJ at Sierro de las Campanas. This was the hill where the Second Emperor of Mexico, Maximillian of Austria (put in by the French) was shot). It is now a very beautiful park, notice the girl in the background celebrating her 15th birthday:
The church of Tlanepatlan:
AJ hanging out at a cafe in Tlanepatlan:
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