|Posing with the Nicaraguan flag|
|A zone activity between sessions of Conference on Sunday|
|Our district sharing a package of Oreos -- yum!|
It looks like my little brother and sister finally got my letters, thats super cool. They took over 1 month to get to them. I was sad to hear that the little keychain I sent in my sister's letter had fallen out and she didn't get it. I feel bad, but my brother's letter still had the little missionary tag in it:) It was only 5 pesos, so thats like 50 cents....everything is so inexpensive here. Guess how much we get on our debit cards each month in Nicaragua??? Our Mission President's wife in Nicaragua, Hermana Russell, she emails us and checks on us and stuff. Well, she said we get 6 American Dollars per month to live on...AWESOME!!! I can't beleive you can live off so little there....Cordovas are not worth very much I guess. I will definitely have to buy another pair of shoes in Nicaragua, the super glue didn't stay very well.
|Me and Elder Bronson doing a little studying.|
|Writing in my journal|
|So I participated in my first tie swap with another district|
of missionaries who were headed to Chile. Many deals
were made in our district, and I must say, I think
I got the better end of my tie swap.
|My new tie matched almost perfectly with Hermana Capp's skirt.|
|A cupboard full of Hermanas.|
|Me in the sweater while our district writes in the log book.|
|Me in the district hand-me-down sweater.|
Well, that's about all I have time for today with all of our cleaning and preparations. Thanks again to everyone back home for their emails and letters. Next week's emails should be from Nicaragua!!!
|This is Elder Hepworth.|