So tomorrow is the Honduran Independence day, so there have been
all these parades and marches in the streets on Sundays, so it has
been really hard to get members and investigators to go to church
because they are all busy watching or marching in parades. Everyone
has been really busy and the students are kind of forced to participate,
so they are always practicing in the afternoons.
Tomorrow are the transfers and I am so glad that we are both staying
here. I don´t know why the president hasn't changed the transfers for
another day. Maybe there will be some last minute changes. We have
20 missionaries coming to the mission this transfer and the trainers still
haven't been announced. I guess tomorrow will be a bunch of surprises!
Also two of my past companions finish their missions and go home this
week. ¡que loco!
This week was also Dia del Niño. (Day of the child) We don´t have that
in the USA. Which meant that all the kids were having little parties with
piñatas and candy. haha.
Saturday we went with the sister missionaries to Hermana Daisy
( a member) to make pupusas! Yum!
We have a really progressing investigator named Bryan who we originally
contacted at his house. He really likes the lessons and is really receptive
and understands everything. He and his sister came to mutual on
Wednesday, and he and his cousin came to church on Sunday! whoo!
We also ran into him this morning at the grocery store haha. We were
able to have a good lesson with him yesterday with the bishop and he
invited us to come back to teach him today. Yeah!
It was a pretty normal week, whelp I don´t have too much to write. I hope
everyone has a great week! Whoo hooo!
- Elder Burnham