Dear Fam,Well these last couple weeks have been pretty great, the language is still hard, but I'm starting to love it here.
Their house is SOOO HUMBLE. Their children are absolutley charming and beautiful, though very dirty with fleas or lice in their hair. We had to sit on a couch that was completely torn up and covered in rice, dirt, and smelled like urine. It's definitely been in my nightmares lately ;) Their kitchen is simply a fire with coals, and their house is tiny.
We had another family attend church though of indigenous people, we haven't even taught them a lesson, but we asked if they wanted to attend church and they said yes. I don't think they knew what they were getting themselves into though, because they can't speak Spanish all the well. They remind me of the Nephites and Lamanites, because their faces are rounder and more flat than the Costa Ricans, their eyes squinted and they have wide mouths, but they are so cute!
Today for P-day we had the Check of the Month with the president where all the trainers and newbies have meeting with the president and then eat delicious food at his house. On the way back home my companion and I sat between an Australian, British, and Canadian. It was nice to hear that familiar "Eh?"