How’s the other side? Nicaragua is doing good a little hot but doing good. This last week was good. We worked hard and got some good news and taught some good lessons. This week we had a multi-mission meeting. It was cool, so we went to Managua nice and early which we are way lucky cause we are close. We only had to wake up at 4am. The missionaries in Juigalpa got on a bus at 2:30—poor guys. We then met at a church in our mission and got on buses and went to a church in the North Mission. The meeting was good. It was kind’ve different because like all it was was President Russell and his mom who is 90 and the other mission president and Elder Ochoa from the 70. They bore their testimonies and then Bishop Davies gave a little talk about having love for one another and his testimony and how to find strength in the scriptures. It was really good but not your typical mission meeting where they just drag on forever with some class and it goes 4 hours. This was like an hour and a half or so but really good. We then all got back on buses back to the church in our mission. They gave us food and it was good. So multi-mission was chill.
I talked to Cayson. He is a kid from my school in the north mission and I talked to Sam Merrill. I think it’s fun that I've got kids from my school in my mission but I’m not as lucky as Clark, Bob and Lincoln all in the same mission and they are all homies. Sam and Cayson are chill.
This week was good. One crazy thing this week was this drunk guy started talking to us and he was talking good English and he was from Savanna Georgia. Apparently he got drunk one day and took out $7,500 and got on a plane to Mexico and then has drunk his way all the way to Nicaragua and when he got to Nicaragua he was down to $500 and then when he went to get on a plane back to the states he got drunk again and used all his money so now he sleeps on the ground in the street and is like homeless but the problem is that he was born in Nicaragua and is only a US resident so they aren't going to deport him so he is probably just stuck in Nicaragua forever. We told him to go get a job and earn up enough to get his plane ticket home but as of right now he’s just rocking it homeless. Sometimes you find crazy people in Nicaragua.
Other than that we have just been working hard and this week we got 10 investigators in church so I was stoked and we also have 5 people interviewed to baptize this weekend so it’s way dope. I’m stoked. Time flies when you are working hard. I sent a letter to you. I’m glad you finally got my postcard. Other missionaries send letters and say it should only take a week and a half so tell me if you get my letter cause if you do I’ll send more.
It’s super dope that Andy proposed to Rachael and it’s great to hear that little Briar is doing so good. To answer your question a lady in the ward washes all of our clothes for 15 days for a whopping $6.
Thanks for your letters. I love you all tons. You guys are the best. These last two lines are awkward cause I always feel obligated to fill the whole page but right here that’s a good place to end.
Peace and Love,