At our last two Zone training meetings, Doug gave each companionship a letter explaining our capabilities with videos and a list of all the videos he has on his computer from the Church. He brought a projector, screen, wireless Bose speaker, which puts out great sound, even good enough in the Chapel or Cultural Hall. He also has his laptop, Slate, Xoom, a scanner and printer! There is not one of these items we wish we would have left home. We use everything, many times a week. Thank you to the Lawson's for suggesting we bring all of this!
Now the missionaries call us all the time to go with them. Since Constitucion is so far away, we asked them to use us all day, and they did.
We started out with house inspections. The Hermanas only had a trickle of water coming out of their shower head so we took them to a hardware store and bought a new one.
|Super Elder, and "handy man" had this fixed in about 2 minutes.|
|After all the asking for a great place to have almuerzo, we ended up here. We got the room on the left. There is no McDonald's, Subway, Wendy's, or anything like it in Constitucion.|
|Eduardo and Leslie|
He is 21 and she is 28. He has a wonderful countenance and loves the gospel. Leslie is a little more reserved. We were already good enough friends to be kissing each other by night time at the Noche de Hogar!!
|Ready to go with the movie. About 35 people came; some old, some young and in between. I left Elder Pulsipher and went to check out the kitchen situation.|
|I got a lesson in sopaipilla making. I wonder if they "Lysoled" that table?|
|Cool rolling pin and biscuit cutter.|
|You have to poke your thumb into the dough three times.|
|Fry them in hot oil until golden brown and you have the best hockey puck ever! These were served with Fanta and Sprite in glass glasses. They never use paper cups or plates. They are expensive and only come with 12 in a pack.|
|Our newest Hermana. She speaks Spanish and English, both without any accent! How would I know that?|