I am glad you had a good anniversary. I miss the Red Iguana. I only ever went like 3 times, but it was delish.
Dude, it has been so freakin humid here. The actual air heat isn't too bad to me, but the fact that by the time we get to our car from the apartment, which is like 50 feet, I am sweating. Yesterday we walked around a lot and I was literally dripping. It was nast-ay.
Also, my comp and I were talking, and can you send us some pictures of sharks for our planners? Also pictures of Street Sharks, it was a cartoon in the 90's. We would really appreciate it.
All is going well here. Carla totally bailed on an appointment that we had with her, so that kinda stank. But other than that, the work is moving along really well. Evelyn is doing great. She is super solid.
Ally is set to be baptized by her dad this Saturday and all is going well with her. She is ready.
We are teaching this guy, Phil. He is a cool dude. He's in probably his late 50's to early 60's but wears high top converses and is a really cool guy. He was a referral from a member in our ward. Yesterday, we were waiting for our investigator, Juan, to show up to church, but it never happened. So we went in to church and we were kinda bummed. Then out of nowhere, here comes this member and Phil. It was sweet. He wore his converses to church. looked good. So that was sweet.
Also, the other day, I totally lost the phone. Like it was gone. We destroyed the apartment looking for it, but it was no where to be found. It was time to go, so we left and went about our day phoneless. it wasn't too big of a deal. Then, when we got back to the apartment, it was phone hunting time. We looked, and looked, and looked, but it was not there. So we went to this member's house and set up a very tedious sort of strategy. We had to give him our number and then tell him to wait until a certain time so we had the chance to get back to our place in time for the call. Then once we got back we heard a distinct buzzing coming from the couch. The phone was in the couch. Like INSIDE of the darn thing. I couldn't believe it.. But we have the phone now. So life is good. All is well is super humid-ville. SUPER. HUMID.
1. The apartment is pretty thrashed. Missionaries have lived there for like 10 years now. Um, it has an open room in the front, probably about the size of my room at home. We have a couch and our desks there. That room is attached to our tiny kitchen. basic apartment kitchen, nothing too fancy. Then we have the bedroom. It is again about the size of my room at home. And we have a bath room. All of the walls are white, the crowning is brown. The carpet is dirty.
2. Luckily, you're supposed to teach as if you were teaching a child as far as explaining things clearly, so we don't change much. She is a really smart girl, so she understands what we say.
3. Yeah, I have been thinking about it. I don't want to be a doctor. I'm not sure what I want to be, but not a doctor. I really want to be involved in sports, whether it be administration, marketing, or journalism. Something along those lines.
Okay familia, I hope this week is great. Love you.