Probably one of the weirdest weeks I'm going to have in the mission. Elder Vail started to have some super bad knee pain and couldn't walk that well. Being the person i am i was like homes look it hurts but we have got to go talk to this family and he would struggle along. Then on Thursday he is just like ya no i can't dude. So we called the presidentes wife (she is the med person for right now) and she told us to go by this pain medication and to ice it. LOLOLOL ice here in on Honduras please hermana Fortuna. Honestly when she said ice on the phone me and Elder Vail started laughing. We ended up going to the hospital in Tegucigalpa. Super nice, i kid you not it was so dang nice. There are other hospitals here that all the locals use that are super ghetto but the church has the hook up at Honduras medical Center so that's where we went. Long story short he has a torn meniscus and he might have to get surgery. If he does he has to go home. Which would suck. but i can tell he kinda is hoping for that which makes me sad.
Tomorrow i get my son(: really excited to watch this new missionary grow. I think about the changes i can see in myself that have happened in these last 3 months. How much i have learned. And not just Spanish or the mission but about myself and how the Lord sees me. We will be having a baptism of a family his first week here(if all goes good with the papers) I'm going into town tomorrow to the registro de national de personas or something like that to take out some papers for that. Every time i talk to someone in the bank in Spanish i feel so dang kool. OH i turned 19 this week. so weird. seems like yesterday i was in California surfing and watching the fireworks. This year I'm marrying families. Life is so amazing in that aspect. How much we can progress if we have worthy goals and work hard. Hope everyone had a good new years.
|Sister Fortuna's Facebook post: Elders and Sisters who will be training the new missionaries that we will receive this week.|