Sunday is one of the best days, we get to watch devotionals, and have in-depth gospel discussions in English. Our district got a lot closer that day, because we could communicate about the gospel and our experiences at a deeper level. Almost every day we teach a lesson to our investigator 'Victor,' who is actually Hermano Fernandez. It is challenging, because you know exactly what you would discuss in English, but we have to struggle through in Spanish. I am learning so much, and feeling the Spirit constantly, it really is wonderful here. I am going to bawl when we leave. Half of my district is going to Santiago, and the other half is going to Pueto Rico.
There is so much love here, in our district and with all the other missionaries. Our suite-mates are Spanish speaking. Two of them are Dominican-Americans that we met at the airport, and the other two are Mexican. We can't really discuss things, but we can communicate a little. Hermana Perez is hilarious. She convinced Hermana Hardy to eat pizza with ketchup and hot sauce like they do Mexico. She was really triumphant about it. There are so many interesting people. Of the people who are learning Spanish, 3 are not Americans. Hermana Seenaraine is one, and there is a sister from South Africa, and one from the Philipines. Of the Spanish speakers, there are people from Mexico, some really nice twin elders from Peru, some from Costa Rico (con los osos perezosos!) and some are Dominican.
Love you all, hope you are well! There feels like so much more I could tell you, but I think I hit all the important things!