Well to explain the subject line, for pday today we went to a little park thing called Malecón. It has a miniature replica of the "old Managua" which is basically just Managua before the earthquake destroyed everything in 1972. And they have an old 737 there that you can go in and look around and stuff and that was really cool. It made me kind of trunky though lol. But I took pics!!!
We found a really cool new investigator this week named Nathan. He's 28 and lived in North Carolina for like 5 years so we teach him in English and it's pretty weird but Elder Evans really likes it:) He's really positive but on Sunday morning he got pneumonia which threw a bit of a wrench in things but he still came to church. Unberto didn't... I`m not sure what happened there, he just kind of disappeared at the end of the week. Church was interesting because it was at 8 in the morning and our ward was combined with the neighboring ward and the power was out so there was no light. But the backup generator kicked in and powered the mic and the AC which I guess are the essentials.
It's still a bit of a fight to find new investigators but we did a bit better this week, but Nathan was the only one that ended up going to church.
We did see a really cool miracle yesterday! We were teaching some really cool converts and they got up to go buy us a coke. We politely explained how we prefer not to buy things on Sunday and explained the doctrine of the sabbath day in a little better detail to them. In there defense this was the first time anyone has ever explained that we don`t buy on Sundays to them but they accepted it wholeheartedly and agreed completely so they didn't get us anything to drink. Well... not ten minutes later this guy's grandson comes up with a two liter bottle of Pepsi and a bag full of cookies that his mom had him bring to this guy for no particular reason. We decided that God was confirming that we are blessed for keeping his commandments and he`ll always provide for us. It was cool and it was a cool miracle to point out to this family.
What else... umm... I bought more Rootbeer to make sure my awesome deal I found doesn't go out of stock and run out. I'm pretty sure I`m getting it cheaper here than it sells in the US (less than 20 cents a can). I'm going to get fat.
That's about it I think... Sorry you didn't have any luck with the deer hunt family but good job braving the elements and chasing them around.
They don`t celebrate Halloween here but some stores sell a bit of Halloween decoration stuff. They have dia de los muertos on November 1.
We've had a tone of rain the last month but here in November the rainy season ends and the dry season starts. It'll cool down a bit and not rain at all for months. That's the difference in seasons, half the year is rainy season and half is dry.