Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Week 9

Whew, it’s been a busy week!  Long 15 hour days between scripture study, language, finding, and teaching.  Our investigators continue to make progress.  We decided to reward ourselves with a fun P-Day and visit the city of Toledo.  It’s about 1 ½ hours south of Madrid by train.
The city of Toledo is set majestically on a hill and a wall circumferences the city like a fortress.  There is also the Tagus River that runs around it like a mote, and it’s a beautiful city with a lot of history.  The city is one of the most important centers of European medieval history.  Because of this, it is known for its metal making of swords, which has been handed down over the centuries starting with the Roman occupancy in the 3rd Century.  The famous painter, “El Greco” from the Spanish Renaissance period lived and worked in Toledo also.  Toledo happens to be one of the most visited cities in Spain.

Have a good week.  Keep the faith and do a good deed for someone.  Love Hermana Charlesworth

The beautiful and majestic city of Toledo with the Tagus River Below

My new friend Luis in Toledo and I have something in common!

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