Que nota? I hope everyone is enjoying the weather in Utah, I heard its a little bit warmer. Sounds a little bit like Nicaragua!
Anyway things are going super great here in Nicaragua, the weather has been a little bit cooler these past couple of days, and one night all of my companions wore sweaters, hahah! It’s like unheard of to wear sweaters in any other area.
This week went super great, not much happened but I have 2 experiences to share. First of all last Sunday we were walking to go and teach and this person came up to us and asked what the requirements were to be a member of our church. She told us she had a family of 5 that wanted to learn. Anyway we looked for her house for like an hour one day and couldn’t find it. The next day I was looking in antiguo investigadores (old investigators) because all of our investigadores (investigators) aren’t doing too hot, and I found the person. Turns out the exact situation happened about 6 months ago and the missionaries visited, and everything was a huge lie. They had an address and everything so we visited the people, they are huge Testigos (Jehovah’s Witnesses) and they were shocked when they saw us in the door. Stinks that they are all liars but I thought it was kind of funny.
The other happened yesterday, we were trying to find new people to teach and this guy let us into his house. We started como comenzar a enseñar (getting ready to teach) and were talking to him. This guy was literally perfect. He told us that for the new year he was thinking about joining a new church, and the night before he prayed that he would have direction in his life. I know that we were an answer to his prayers. I probably won't be here for the majority of the teaching, but it was a cool experience and lesson where I definitely felt the spirit.
We had interviews with President Russell and it went great. He told my companion I was doing really well and told me to keep working hard and baptizing. We have interviews every 3 months and he interviews all the missionaries at around the same time. Everyone in our district was interviewed on the same day. I know that two other zones, Carazo y Universitaria also had interviews this week.
We didn’t really do anything today on p-day. We just wrote letters and then went to buy stuff. I finally found a PSG jersey and bought it, and I also bought peanut butter. Jinotepe kind of stinks because there isn’t anything cool to go and see. One thing is that there are a lot of pizza restaurants. Every p-day is kind of the same. I have heard that in other zones there are awesome things to do!
The rest of the week not much happened, we're working with Ana, Lupe’s sister and she is super awesome. We're working hard here in Jinotepe, and time is flying by. I hope all is well at home and everyone has a great week! Love you all