|This selfie is from our Multi-Zone Conference in February.|
|So one of the member families in our area invites us over for|
dinner all the time, and they got a new puppy!
So I had to take a pic with it!!
My parents were asking me about the maple syrup for our pancake party last week. Well, they sell little bottles of syrup here in the grocery stores. You can find it in most stores in Niucaragua, but it's pretty expensive. My parents were also telling me about the poor sister missionary who passed away in Argentina from an E. Coli infection and they told me to make sure I wash all the fruit and veggies we eat. Funny thing is that I got super sick last Thursday and was puking my guts out all morning. It was horrible! I threw up about 10 times and it was probably the worst food poisoning I have had (it was a little deja vu of the parasite problem I had in Masaya where my stomach wasn't digesting super well). BUT don't worry, the food we're given here is pretty good. It might get a little repetitive with LOTS of beans and rice, but it is really clean and sanitary. I shouldn't be getting E. Coli. I'll try to take a few photos of some of our meals this week to show you what we eat.
|This dog is freaking cute, ha ha!|
So this past Sunday, we did't bring quite as many people to church, but we are still doing well and preparing some of our investigators for baptism. Unfortunately, we ran into some snags with the paperwork, so we might not be able to have any weddings this month. A lot of people here in Nicaragua aren't registered when they are born, so that make's it a huge problem when we have to apply for the marriage licenses and we need that info for the paperwork. So we are still working through it, but the weddings probably won't happen this month as a result. However, we still have some baptisms coming up (we're planning on at least 1 investigator for this Saturday).
|My little brother is totally wearing|
MY clothes at my grandparents'
50th anniversary party back home!
My Dad sent me some pictures of my grandparents' 50th wedding anniversary party. Looks like it was a success and I hope they liked the memories I emailed. I have to say that it is sure weird seeing my little brother, Drew. He looks different, and he is basically wearing MY outfit, ha ha. I gave him those pants and T-shirt and shoes, LOL. He might have size 12 shoes now, but I still think I'll be taller than him when I get home!!!
|At the Managua Zone Barbecue hanging with some of my good friends|
from Masaya and the CCM.
|The Managua Zone Barbecue Activity to celebrate a good month of hard work!|