A lot else happened this week. First off, it rained cats and dogs every day. It got us very wet but it was worth it to see my companion slide on his butt down a muddy hill yesterday! oh man, that was funny and he was so dirty!
Besides all that fun stuff, I got to take my driving test and get my liscense for Trinidad and Tobago, AND i got it for a stick shift car too. you need a seperate liscense her for a manual as compared to an automatic. It took the whole day though, the appointment for the test was at 9 and they finally showed up at 12.30 to give the test. I met a sweet lady named Keyle while we were waiting and we are teaching her, she is pretty prepared.
We have a fun thing we are doing to help one of our investigators with smoking. He didn't like when E. Anderson drank a coca cola so we have a deal, which we have called "cokes for smokes" and that deal is how if he smokes, Anderson gets a coke. its great cause it rhymes and helps the both of them stop unhealthy things! (p.s. i don't drink a lot of coke, but I still do like it)
due to some other things and our investigators getting baptized we pretty much had only 2 people in our teaching pool after churchsunday, and then the Lord helped us get three awesome investigators added to that by the end of the day. (one was the lady from the driving test, we finally got to meet her yesterday)
A next cool thing that happened is we met this old guy named mr. Sanchez. he lives by himself, is 77 years old, and is paralyzed from the waist down. he literally drags him self around his house and gets around in the yard on a little old cart thing he made. He manages a garden, makes pots to sell, and is super cheerful about life. He impressed me so greatly how he manages that affliction with cheer. and faith. He attributes all his happiness and blessing to christ. I think that right their is evidence of the truth of Christ's Gospel, anything that can lead a man in that condition to be THAT happy and grateful for his life has to be a good thing. the Gospel of Jesus Christ is real, and is the way we can find the most joy! I have seen it in my own life, and that of Mr. Sanchez and others. No doubt.
But thats all I have time for. Next week I will be able to tell you my transfer call, although I expect I will be staying, we shall see.
I love you all, and I wish God's blessing on you all.
P.S. here is a pic of me. sweet pic, ent? its from San Fernando Hill last P-day.