Kumusta ka family!
So even though this week has been kind of slow, it has still had its highlights.
Well I hope you all enjoy Thanksgiving this weekend, and be sure to eat some turkey and ham for me, as I'm not quite sure yet if I will be able to have any, but if not ill just have to imagine my fish or chicken as turkey, and my rice as some mashed potatoes, haha! That is definitely one thing I have learned here is to be grateful for what I have now, and what I had back home. Because even though I may not exactly be living in luxury, when compared to some of the people here, it might be considered luxury to them. That and I also finished reading the book "Our Heritage" a few weeks ago, and Although I might have to walk all day in the heat and humidity, at least I don't have to walk through a frozen desert pushing a handcart. So I am very grateful for what I have and especially for the opportunity to serve, and to help bring the blessings and the joy of the gospel to the people here.
I love you all and hope you have a fantastic Thanksgiving week!