is continuing to progress so well and is so excited for his baptism date that he wants to have a party to celebrate after. He said the other day when we talked to him that he was quitting smoking completely that day, but we haven’t been able to talk to him as he has been busy with work so we are
really hoping that he has kept it up and can continue to keep it up.
They have to little girls and are doing really well. Last time we taught them, Jonathon said that he has a lot of interest, now after listening to us. When he first met us he didn’t really have any, just his wife did so we are really excited to teach him.
each day. The people here are all very friendly. Economically there is quite a range but the majority live off off much less then we have back home, They do alright and are a lot better off then most other countries in South America. Their homes are all really small. They are usually very colorful and usually the houses here are like one house split in two. I can think of the word to describe it sorry.
hard time understanding my “gringa” accent.
attributes leading up to christmas and think about how I can better apply them in my life. The food here different sometimes there are a lot of things that we have from back home just slightly different. They eat a lot of empanadas. They eat a lot of beans, but there are a lot of different kinds. Also completos which are hot dogs with ketchup, mayo, avocado and sometimes a bunch of other stuff. They put a lot on it though, so I don’t really like it. I don’t really know how to describe the food here very well, it usually isn’t that weird. The one thing I have noticed is that things aren’t as sweet here.