20 questions 🙂 with 20 respuestas 🙂
Who’s your companion?
Elder José Policarpo Figueroa (love his middle name, thinking of a son or a dog to name)
Where is he from?
Tegucigalpa, HondurasWhat is the weather like?
go to weather.com (70 degrees cloudy)What is the ward and stake you serve in?
Libertadores Ward, El Trebol StakeWhat did you have for dinner last night?
Soup (Chupe) Noodles with cheeseHave you seen despicable me 2 yet?
Am I on my mission?What are some names of the people you are teaching?
Lucila (65), and sus nietos Angelo (11), and Sabina (8), baptismal date 27 de JulioHave you met the new mission president yet?
yes his name is Pres Archibald and his Family is really cool. His two youngest kids are living here with him. And three of his sons have played rugby for University of AlabamaWhat is your favorite part of Peru?
the plane ticket home, piqueo snax (its like doritos and lays and fritos mixed together)When do you get your new IPad?
haha, ipad cost 1500 dollars here so dont think we pay that much tithingHow big was the last earthquake?
like a 4.5. My companion left the building way before i did. It didn’t phase me.Does your chapel have wifi?
no, but it does have firewireDo you still live on the 3rd story?
yes. green buildingWhat is your favorite food to eat there?
steak for poor people (steak with rice and eggs)Do you still have dogs walking with you everywhere?
yes my best friends name is JackHow is the Spanish doing?or better yet, How is your English?
better spanish, worse englishDo you get to sight see at all?
sometime, but we get to leave our zone every three months to go wehre ever, next week we will go to the beachHad any fun P day trips?
just the temple, but every week we go to the mall and think about buying things and just buy pizzaWhere do you eat your meals now?
in a members homeHave you eaten any exotic Animals?
no. not yet.
thanks for the package.
Yes as it says. there is transfers. we will find out who and where tomorrow at transfers. Our mission president wants to do it a little different. So all I will do is get my suitcases ready and head to the stake center tomorrow to find out total.
Last week in the transfers i met an elder who got his visa. he was a little late, he came from the las vegas nevada west mission. he served for a little bit in the flamingo ward. it was cool that we could share common street names.