Rainy season has started in full, and it is now hurricane season. Lots more mosquitoes and sand flies, I have finally gotten tired of the bugs at night and hung up an old mosquito net I found in the apartment. Its nice not having to worry about bugs, but its hotter as my fan doesn't penetrate the material as well.
From what I am seeing on letters, they take an average of 2-3 weeks to get to me, which is pretty good i feel compared to the several months that I have heard can happen on other islands.
We have a recent convert, Br. Lenox, give us some more fruit. He owns a farm and so he gives us fruit everynow and then. this time he gave us literally around 20 lbs of mango's, all picked to be ripe on different days. DELICOUS MANGO's. I am having about 2 a day, and they are such a good fruit. I feel sympathy for anyone who hasn't gotten a fresh mango before. True sympathy.
For transfers things are getting a little mixed up here on Grenada, because we have 3 missionaries going home from here and 1 going to the french side of the WIM. We are only going to have 3 companionships, 2 elders in each city. so 6 of us, and we will have the sisters car as we won't have sisters for this transfer. We are going to have such a great transfer, expect some really cool p-day activities. Elder Bracken is going over to St. Georges, and I am going to be staying in Grenville and serving with Elder Regis. E. Regis is from Trinidad and has become one of my favorite missionaries over the past 2 transfers. we are going to have a blast!
Thats all i have for this week, love ya'll oh, btw, for p day today we had a party at the US ambassadors house and ate food and chatted with him, it was really sweet.