Thursday, March 31, 2016

Week 47 Elder Christofferson's Visit

Mission Photo with Elder Christofferson! :)

Hello everyone! This week was a crazy one again but definitely a good
one. Also, congrats to the Zags on making it to the Sweet 16!! Zag
up!!! Here is a recap of the week highlighted by D. Todd
Christofferson coming to our mission! I really learned so much this
week but I'm too lazy to type it all so just know it was incredible
week :)

Monday: Zone P Day! Our whole zone came here to Geneva and we went to
a park and had a BBQ and played games! It was so fun to be with the
whole zone, especially after we surpassed our goal of 30 engagés with
40! Honestly I love our zone so much. The Lausanne zone was with us as
well and we played Geneva vs. Lausanne zone in soccer and we won 5-1
;) then we went and taught the Azade family about faith! It went
really well!
Tuesday: Elder D. Todd Christofferson!! So we woke up at 3:45 and took
a train out to Lyon to listen to him speak to us! It was an amazing
experience. The Geneva zone got to sit in the front as well and it was
so cool to be so close to an apostle! Before it started we all got to
shake his hand also! Haha he looked at me and elder Barnes and said,
"You 2 must be companions," and then smiled Because we were just
having a good time together haha. I can't even begin to tell you all
of the things that I was so uplifting and I just know
that he is an apostle of the Lord. He did a Q&A and it was incredible
to watch him answer questions. One thing that he did that I noticed
was that he always used a scripture out of the Book of Mormon to
answer a question. There was a question that was asked about "virtue"
and I absolutely loved his response. He said, "Think to
yourself...what is virtue? We tend to think it is only moral purity.
That is a part of it. But it has a broader meaning. It is truth in all
good things. That's what should garnish our thoughts unceasingly.
Virtue is the truth about Jesus christ and his atoning power. And that
is a foundation for every good thing. And for the healing of our
souls." It was so incredible and blew my away. It was the second time
on my mission I have been able to hear him speak in person and I love
him so much! Honestly it was just an amazing experience. At the end we
all sang our mission song "Les anges dans nos compagnes" and it was
very special to be united as a mission with an apostle singing it.
Sooooo amazing!
Wednesday: we had an awesome miracle Wednesday morning! There was a
random person who called us to give them a blessing of health. So we
showed up and it was the parents of a me,bet in the Ward! The parents
are not members but they wanted a blessing. So we gave her a blessing
and she said she felt really good and warm during it. We told her God
loved her and that we would visit them this next week and explain more
about our church! Then after we went and taught Elauge at the
institute! We watched the restoration video and then taught him how to
read the Book of Mormon! Then we went and saw Atoussa and Ali and
taught them about repentance! Ali really liked the concept. Then we
drove to St. Genis and started an exchange! I was in Geneva with Elder
Thorley from Davis High!
Thursday: we called up Ali and he said that he wasn't doing too great
for a few reasons, so elder Thorley went over and taught him Mosiah
2:41 and calmed him down a little bit. We also saw our ami Sultani at
the institute! Then we went and contacted at this big plaza in Geneva.
Haha so we taught these 2 girls about the restoration and they really
liked it. So at the end we prayed with them right on the sidewalk and
as soon as I started to pray there was an ambulance who turned on his
sirens literally right by us and he was stuck in traffic so I was
pretty much yelling the prayer as loud as I could haha. Good stuff.
Anyways I loved Elder Thorley he is such a stud! He is only in his 3rd
transfer and he is a great missionary.
Friday: haha Friday afternoon was pretty long! Elder Barnes and I
spent most of the afternoon doing transfer recommendations because of
the transfer coming up! Can you believe how fast this transfer has
gone?? It had gone unreal fast haha elder Barnes and I were saying
that if one of us gets transferred it will feel like we never served
together. So anyways we did transfer stuff and then we went and taught
Ali and Atoussa and Atoussa had a friend with her named Mandy so we
changed the lesson plan last second and taught Mandy about our church
and stuff and she liked it!
Saturday: haha Saturday afternoon was even longer than Friday! We had
a few stake meetings we had to go to from 2-6. It was super good
though and President Coppel spoke at the end and his talk was so good.
I loved on thing that he said in particular that I would love to
share. He was talking about the young rich man in Matthew 19:20-22 and
he said "Don't just be humble enough to ask the lord for help, but be
faithful enough to follow it." That really touched me. Anyways so we
went and taught Ali and Atoussa and Mandy was there again! So we
watched the restoration video! We are going to have to start teaching
them separately to be more effective but it was great!
Sunday: church! Haha right before sacrament started I was informed
that I needed to give a talk prophets! So I whipped something up and
talked about it. I focused my talk on 3 main questions about why we
wouldn't have a living prophet today ("Profile of a Prophet" by Hugh B
Do we not have a prophet today because...
1. God loves his children in ancient times more than he loves us?
(Because they had prophets to lead and guide them)
2. Does God still have the power to speak to us? (Yes, he is God)
3. Do we have a need of hearing the word of God today with everything
that is happening? (My answer would be yes)
I know that God has again called a prophet to the earth to restore the
plain and precious truths that were lost. Also!! Atoussa and Mandy
came to church and they loved it! The Ward just ate them up. Ali
couldn't make it but at least Atoussa and Mandy came! :) then we went
and ate at a members house for dinner and it was super good. Also we
went and saw Ali and talked to him a little bit about the word of
wisdom. He wants to stop smoking and drinking so bad. While he was
smoking we told him to break his cigarette and he did! :) the next
time we see him we are going to break every cigarette he has and he
agreed to it. So please keep him in your prayers because it will be
difficult for him but he can do it! Then we did zone numbers at the

Elder Christofferson's answer about virtue really touched me and he
used the scripture Alma 31:5. So that's my scripture for the week!

Have a great week!

Elder Wade

Alma 31:15
 Holy, holy God; we believe that thou art God, and we believe that thou art holy, and that thou wast a spirit, and that thou art a spirit, and that thou wilt be a spirit forever.

 Zone P day!

 Haha some graffiti I took a pic next to

 Selfie with a cute little girl from the Spanish Ward :)

Elder Johnson and Elder Hall! Haha funniest thing...I wore the tie
that elder Johnson gave me, elder Johnson wore the tie that elder hall
gave him, and elder hall wore the tie that I gave him! And all that
happened with no planning haha. That's what happens when you spend 2
straight transfers together on an island ;)

 1. The group I came in with :)

 Elder Boynton my trainer!

 Elder haws (ft. Elder Tew haha) It was the last time I will see him
on my mission haha. We have some good times ahead though!

 Exchange with elder Thorley and photo with sister mueller!

The Allenbachs

Friday, March 18, 2016

Week 46 Goal 22- Final 39...

Exchange with Chambery and elder Amerjan! This is Stephan and he is

the guy who we committed to baptism!

Hello everyone! This email is coming sooner than normal because we are
having a big zone p day today in Geneva and the Lausanne zone will be
here with us! Haha this last week was a crazy   week highlighted by 3
exchanges (one of them in Spanish haha), a big zone finding day, and
our zone getting lots of engagés (people who have accepted baptism).
Quick explanation, at the beginning of this transfer President Brown
launched the challenge of getting 187 new engagés in our mission
before D. Todd Christofferson comes (which is tomorrow!!). He picked
187 because there are 187 missionaries in our basically 1
engagé per missionary. At the beginning of this transfer Elder Barnes
and I were preparing for zone training and we have 22 people in our
zone which means we would only need 22 engagés to get our goal, but we
thought that our zone could get 30 engagés. So we challenged our zone
to try and get 30 engages! We started the week off with 19 engagés and
we needed 11 more so we were really trying to get our zone to reach
the the end of yesterday we had 39 new engagés! We got 20 in
this last week! It was so awesome because everyone in the zone was
working so hard to get engagés and there are some really cool stories
in this email about it all! Here is the recap!
Monday: Monday night we had a huge FHE with the Azade family! We went
to the Volpicelli's house with them and had a big snack and then
taught the plan of salvation. It was such a cool experience to get to
talk about the temple with them and see how they want to go there so
badly! The Volpicelli's are so awesome and helped us a lot.
Tuesday: I went on an exchange with the Spanish elders here in
Geneva!! I was with Elder Leon and he is from Colombia/Canada and for
language study he taught me how to pray in Spanish and I eventually
got it and was able to pray in a few RDVs that they had haha. We
taught a less active member, and then we contacted. So then we went
and taught their ami Joao who is so awesome. He speaks some French so
we were able to teach in French which was soooo nice considering the
fact I had just spent 2 straight rendezvous in Spanish and I
understood absolutely nothing. But Joao is awesome and is going to be
baptized here soon! He is really sick with a cancer, so we gave him a
blessing. Then we drove out to Annemasse and ate with a Peruvian
member family! Haha they were so funny and none of them spoke English
or French so I couldn't really communicate with them but I tried
speaking some Spanish I picked up throughout the day. Elder Leon
speaks English, Spanish, French and Chinese so he helped me
communicate. He is a great guy and I really enjoyed being with him! So
voila, I was assigned to speak Spanish for a day haha.
Wednesday: another exchange! I was in Chambéry with Elder Amerjan! He
is from California and he's a stud. So, we started off the exchange by
teaching one of their Amis named Stephan who is 17 and from somewhere
in Africa and he was soo funny. Super good guy though. We taught him
the plan of salvation and we committed him to be baptized on May 7th!
Then we contacted for a good while ha. Then we taught another one of
their amid named Jennifer and she was way cool. She has a baptismal
date fixed and we taught her how to read the Book of Mormon! I loved
being with elder Amerjan and learned a lot from him.
Thursday: Zone finding day!! So we drove from Chambéry to Geneva and
our whole zone met at the church! At this point in the week we had 24
engagés. There were a few areas in our zone who needed some help and
so we ate lunch in Geneva and then sent the different equipes in our
zones to the areas that were struggling. Before we all left and went
to our areas, we challenged the zone to be bold and not be afraid to
invite people to be baptized on the streets! So elder Barnes and I
blitzed St. Genis with the elders there! As elder Barnes and I pulled
into st. Genis we pulled up to some apartments and we both felt like
we shouldn't go there, so we left. Then we pulled up at some more
apartments and again we felt like we shouldn't be there. Then finally
we showed up at a spot and felt good about it, so we got out of the
car and we saw someone across the street so we ran across the street
and started talking to him about the apostasy and he agreed with
everything! So then we talked about the restoration with him and about
20 minutes later he was engaged to baptism!! Haha it was the coolest
thing ever and the first time I've done that on my mission. He will
start to meet with the st. Genis elders now and his name was Ozmond.
Anyways, so we spent a few more hours there contacting and porting! It
was cool and we saw some other cool stuff. Then at 6 the whole zone
met back up in Geneva and we ate dinner and shared stories of what
happened throughout the day!
Friday: another exchange! We did an exchange with the Annemasse
elders! I stayed in Geneva with Elder Tew! He is a great guy and in
his 5th transfer. Haha he is from Memphis and honestly is so funny. We
ate lunch with the cornetta family and then we contacted after! Then
we had a few rendez vous fall through. Then we met with a person that
elder Barnes contacted earlier in the week and he was so cool. His
name is Prince and he is from somewhere in Africa as well and we
taught him the restoration and he loved it and we engaged him to be
baptized May 14! Then we went and taught the Azade family except Ali
was the only one that was there. Ever since we gave him the blessing
last week and talked about the temple and what we do there, he has had
some pretty cool experiences to say the least. Ali is such a good guy
and already has a great testimony and understanding of the
Saturday: Saturday morning we woke up and had a RDV with a guy named
Eloage! We met him at out institute building and taught him the
restoration. He is very smart when it comes to knowledge of the bible
etc so it was a fun rendez vous and it was awesome because he was kind
of confused about stuff and then it was like a light clicked on in his
head and he understood it! We committed him to be baptized May 7th!
He's such a good guy and it will be fun to continue to meet with him.
Then there was a baptism at our church so we went to it! Then a bunch
of random stuff happened and we had to take care of some things and so
pretty much our whole afternoon and night got hammered. But we did go
and see Ali and his wife Parvine! They are great. Parvine is actually
going on vacation for 3 weeks which is sad, but we will continue to
see Ali and their daughter Atoussa! We taught them about faith and how
we need faith to be baptized and go to the temple. It went well
Sunday: church! Church was awesome and I really tried to repent and
take the sacrament and focus as much as I could in preparation for
meeting an apostle. We also gave a blessing to a cute little girl
after church who is sick :) After church we got a call from the
Spanish elders and we had to run and to a baptismal interview for
their ami Joao! He was the person I taught on the exchange with elder
Leon! It's so awesome he will be getting baptized :) then we went and
taught Ali and Parvine! It was sad to say goodbye to her for 3 weeks
though! Then we went to the church and did zone numbers and our zone
is killing it! Seriously we are so happy for how hard everyone has
worked and how we just blew our goal out of the water.

Haha sorry this email is so long it was just a crazy week with a lot
of cool things going on. We have an Apostle of the Lord coming
tomorrow to our mission and I am so excited!! I know you can't pick
favorites, but he may be mine. I am so excited to listen to him speak
the words of the Lord. Thank you for the support!

Elder Wade

1 Corinthians 15:22..I love this scripture so much.

1 Corinthians 15:22
For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.

Exchange with Spanish equipe! Elder Leon and I with the Jara family :)

 FHE with the Azade family with the Volpicelli's!

 Zone finding day pic!

  gave Elder Austin a Gonzaga shirt last p day ;)

Exchange in Annemasse with Elder Tew! This pic was actually taken
yesterday but this is elder Tew!

Week 45

Hello everyone! Great week here in Geneva. Here's the recap:

Tuesday: okay so we woke up and we started an exchange with the
English elders here in Geneva! I went with Elder Peron and he's from
France and is learning English right now but we spent the whole day
speaking in French so it was pretty cool. We had a rendez vous with
Ali and his 17 yea old daughter Atoussa was there and so we went over
the restoration and temples again with her and we committed her to
baptism :) so her and her dad are fixed for the 16th of April right
now! We are super excited. So then we did some contacting in Geneva
and then we stopped by the institute and taught Alex by skype! He is
doing great. He didn't have a lot of time so We taught him Mosiah 2:41
quickly! Elder Peron is a great guy and has had a lot of adversity in
his life but still chose to go on a mission. He was a good example and
I learned a lot from him during the exchange! So then we went to the
Bentele family and did some service and then ate dinner with them!
Wednesday: so on Wednesday we had another exchange and it was with the
elders from Gex! I was with Elder Herf and he is from France as well
so we spoke in French haha. 2 days in a row! We went to the church at
10 and had our interviews with president brown by skype! I love
president brown so much he's such a great person holy. So then for
lunch there was a lady from the Spanish Ward who invited the Geneva
missionaries to lunch! She is from Peru and is so cute and loved
calling me "greenie". So then after we we to contacting and elder Herf
and I contacted a woman from Tonga pushing a stroller with 2 other
kids and we immediately started talking about eternal families and the
priesthood authority and she was so touched! It was such a cool
experience and she was so nice. She spoke English, so she will be
passed to the English elders but it was still awesome. Then we drove
out to Annemasse and met with Alex in person for the first time and
taught him the second half of the plan of salvation! He is from
Portugal and has a lot of family who are members and so he already
knew a lot of what we believed. He liked it a lot! Also, Elder Barnes
and Elder Golightly went and taught Ali and Atoussa and the mom
Parvine was actually there as well! So they committed her to baptism
as well!! So now the whole family is committed for April 16! Elder
Herf was so sweet and he has been a member for only 2 years!! I
learned so much from him and loved being with him.
Thursday: on Thursday we went and had lunch with Soeur Mueller which
was great. Then Elder Barnes and I went and taught Ali, Atoussa, and
Parvine! We watched the restoration video and it went great! They are
so awesome I love them a lot. Then we went to the church and skyped
Alex and taught him the word of wisdom and he committed to live it! It
was great. Then we got in the car and headed to Lyon for the exchange
with the assistants! It was fun to hang out with Elder Haws and
Huntsman haha.
Friday: So on Friday I was with Elder Huntsman for the exchange! He is
from Easy High in Utah! We basically contacted the whole day haha but
we saw some really cool miracles and it was so fun to hang out with
Elder Huntsman! He is such a stud. So then we went to the mission
office and I saw elder Boynton there! Haha I love him so much. Then
elder huntsman and I, and elder Boynton and his companion went out to
eat dinner! It was fun to catch up with elder Boynton and talk about
life with him since we last saw each other. FYI for everyone that
doesn't know he was my trainer! So then we all met back together and
elder Barnes and I drove back to Geneva!
Saturday: so on Saturday we woke up and went over to the Bentele
family home and did a bunch of service! We helped them take down some
armoires and out some others up. Then when we got back home we went
and had a lesson with Ali, Parvine and Atoussa but Parvine and Atoussa
weren't there so it was just Ali. We were talking about life and the
gospel and we felt inspired to give him a blessing and he said yes. So
we gave him a blessing and had a really amazing experience. I am so
grateful for the priesthood in my life.
Sunday: we had church! So in our building there is the French Ward,
English Ward, and Spanish Ward! So it's like a madhouse sometimes haha
it's so funny. Anyways church was great and unfortunately the Azade
family (Ali, Parvine, Atoussa) weren't able to Come because they were
sick, but they really wanted to and called us and felt so bad. So we
went and visited them after church and taught them about the Book of
Mormon and how to gain a testimony from it! I love teaching about the
Book of Mormon.  So then we went and did zone numbers at the church!
So I don't know if I explained this yet, but back when we had zone
training elder Barnes and I  felt really good about throwing our zone
a challenge to have 30 new engagés (people with a baptism date) before
D. Todd Christofferson comes to our mission on March 15! So the last 2
weeks we have gotten 19 as a zone and so this last week we are hoping
to have 11 more! We have a big zone p day next Monday right before the
conference so if we meet our goal we will do something sick. It's been
so cool to see the number of people engaged to baptism in our zone sky
rocket over the last 2 weeks and we are seeing awesome things and feel
very blessed!

This week has been a little stressful at times and as I pondered about
what scripture I wanted to include it became very obvious for me!
Mosiah 2:41.

Thank you for the support!

Elder Wade

Mosiah 2:41
And moreover, I would desire that ye should consider on the blessed and happy state of those that keep the commandments of God. For behold, they are blessed in all things, both temporal and spiritual; and if they hold out faithful to the end they are received into heaven, that thereby they may dwell with God in a state of never-ending happiness. O remember, remember that these things are true; for the Lord God hath spoken it.

Monday, March 7, 2016

Week 44 Zone Conference and Miracles

                                              The Genève zone after zone training :):)

Hello everyone! An absolutely incredible week of work here in Genève!
This week was full of miracles and we are grateful for what happened.
Here's the recap:

Tuesday: I'm skipping Monday. I'm only going to put Monday's from now
on if it's worth talking about haha. so on Tuesday we woke up and
drove to Lyon and went to MLC. It's basically where all of the zone
leaders go one time per transfer to get taught by the assistants and
President Brown about what we can focus on this transfer. I never
explained it, but at the beginning of this transfer president gave us
the challenge of finding 187 new engagés (number of people engaged to
baptism) before D. Todd Christofferson comes on March 15! Do we talked
a lot about how to do that and how to work with families. Anyways, a
lot of information and am too lazy to write it all haha sorry. But it
was great to see so many people I know at the conference! I'll send a
few pictures!
Wednesday: haha I know when I sum up Thursday it will be long, so this
will be short and to the point. We had 3 straight people drop their
rendez vous and so we had some contacting to do haha. Then we gathered
our notes from MLC and talked about how we could present them to the
zone! Voilà! Also a kid named Alex randomly called us and wanted to
take the lessons from us and we set up a rendez vous for Thursday!
Thursday: Honestly the craziest day ever!! We engaged 3 different
people to baptism in 3 different rendez vous! So we started off with
Alex in the morning at 10:00. He broke his legs awhile ago so he is
still recovering, so we just skyped him! Haha he already knew sooo
much about the church it was so cool. He loved the retab and the
spirit was awesome and he committed to be baptized on April 16th! So
then after Alex we went over to the Mueller Family and taught their
friend with them. The Muellers are honestly incredible! Their is a
Mormon message about them and I'm not sure if it's in English but
basically Frere Mueller has been blind for a very long time but he is
the happiest person on the planet, and his wife is soooo incredible!
(Haha funny side story: on Sunday the Ward was coordinating rides to
the temple and they needed one more person to drive and Frere mueller
was like "no problem I'll do it!" And the whole Ward died of laughter
haha). So, their friends name is Vidalina and she is a very nice girl
and her and soeur mueller have known each other for a long time. So we
taught her the plan of salvation and she loved it because her parents
are very sick right now and she is worried about them. She fixed a
baptismal date for March 26th! So then the crazy miracle...there is a
member here in Genève who is kind of known for being a little
crazy/weird. Last Sunday he gave us a referral of some names to call
and we didn't take them very seriously, but we still decided to call
them anyways not expecting a lot. One of the guys said we could come
over! So we went over to his house and we told Ali (his name) who gave
us his referral and he was like "that man is crazy I told him to stop
talking to me etc" haha so we quickly changed the subject. He said
from the beginning "I am not going to be convinced and be baptized."
Haha so We started talking about families and found out he had a
daughter and a wife and that his relationship with them was really
struggling. Anyways, we talked about the temple and then we watched
"strength beyond my own" (which is the temple video) and we told him
to think about his family, past and present and future, while he
watched it. Halfway through he just started bawling. The spirit really
touched him. He expressed to us that he feels like a failure in life
with his family and he just needs peace. We talked to him about
eternal families and how Jesus Christ can help him and we testified of
it. It was one of the first times in my mission where I've seen how
much the spirit can touch someone. We asked him if one day he would
like to go to the temple and he said yes. We  Then we talked about
baptism and he wants to be baptized April 16th :) the spirit honestly
touched him so much. It was a great miracle.
Friday: so Friday morning the whole Genève zone (our zone includes 4
companionships from here in Switzerland, and then 7 others from France
in Annemasse, Salève, Annecy, Gex, St. Genis, Chambery) met here in
Genève for zone training! Elder Barnes and I presented to the zone on
a variety of things ranging from what we are going to do when D. Todd
Christofferson comes, to how to find people and engage them to
baptism. Haha we had such a fun time with our zone and i honestly love
our zone so much! There are such talented missionaries here and I'm so
happy to be with them! So after zone training we all made chili cheese
dogs and had zone lunch! Then we went and had to d a few random
things, and then we taught Alex by skype again and went over the plan
of salvation and he loved it. He is so prepared and is progressing so
well. We are super happy for him. After the lesson we drove to Salève
where we started our exchange with them! I was with elder price in
Salève and elder Barnes was with elder Duncan in Genève! Haha elder
price is the man. He's from Layton High and played basketball there
and we talked all night long about people we knew and stuff. It was
super fun haha.
Saturday: Saturday Elder Price and I hit the streets of Salève and did
some quality contacting for a few hours haha. We had some pretty good
conversations but a few people were petty rude to say the least ha.
Then we went and ported for awhile in a village right by the French
Alps! It was one of the coolest villages I've ever been to. So we
basically just spent a lot of time finding people to teach which was
great. We knocked on someone's door who used to know the bishop, so
she was kind of interested and they are going to pass her in a few
days! Elder Price is such a stud I honestly learned so much from him
and we had a great talk about life on the way back to Genève after the
exchange. He's a great missionary. Then we switched back up at the
church in Genève and elder Barnes and I did some area book work
because we had a tombez vous and we hadn't had any time to do any area
book work on the last few days because we had been so busy!
Sunday: Sunday was awesome! So at church we had 3 Amis
there...Sultani, Ali, and Johnathan. It was the first time that Ali
had come to church and I sat by him and he LOVED it. The members just
ate him up and he said he'd never felt anything like it before! It was
so awesome. After sacrament I looked at him and asked if he thought it
was true, and he said "Yes, this is something special." He had such a
great experience! We are seeing him tomorrow afternoon. And elder
Barnes sat by Sultani and he had a great time as well :) the members
here are so incredible! So then later in the day we weekly planned for
a little bit and then went over to Soeur Ischola's house and ate with
her and the sister missionaries in our ward! Then we went back to the
church and put in zone numbers!

Matthew 16: 25-26
This scripture really touched me this week and changed the way I will
look at my mission and I think these verses may be my favorite right
now. I love the analogy of a man gaining the whole world, but losing
his own soul. What good doth it really profit someone if he indeed
does gain the whole world, but loses his own soul? Think about it.

Elder Wade

Matthew 16: 25-26
 25 For whosoever will save his life shall lose it:
 and whosoever will lose his life for my sake shall find it.

 26 For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?
 or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?

 Exchange with elder price in Salève!

 The Mueller couple :) our amie Vidalina is on the far side!

  I saw my trainer elder Boynton this week at MLC! :)

First time eating Mexican food in like 10 months! 
Thank you Austin couple. I forgot how good it is haha.

 Cool photo in Genève today!