This week Elder Walker got pink eye. It never got super bad, but we didn't want him spreading it around here, or in Nicaragua. So we went to the medical office here and they prescribed him some eye drops. But we had to walk to the Pharmacy a mile away to pick it up. On our way there, we saw some people and most of them where like "Hey Elders" and what not. But there was one lady who was with her kids, and when we got closer to them (we were walking in different directions toward each other) she told her kids to start moving faster and ignored us when we said hello. It was kind of funny. I was wondering why she would walk near the MTC if she didn't want to see missionaries. But hey, good times.
Then last night, our investigator Ivette, brought us all Thank You cards for teaching her. I don't think she has done that for any other missionaries that have taught here. Or at least the ones that we knew.
Well that's all that really happened this week. Hopefully there will be more to write about next week. At least I've got some more pics this week.
Until then, stay frosty!
|The Nicaraguan Flag on my Door|
|District Picture after last class with one of our teachers|
|Us at the Temple this morning with zone members|