So we have less than a week left. We don't know what to do with ourselves. On the one hand, it's exciting because we are going to El Salvador. On the other hand, we've become accustomed to being here, and are feeling a bit of trepidation about leaving. In case you're wondering, yes, that is my word of the day.
It's going to be weird to go home after our adventures here. Honduras is just...different. For example, today we took a taxi and were serenaded by an old man in the front seat playing a guitar. That just doesn't happen anywhere else. And yet, we were not fazed at all.
I think I'm starting to annoy the brother in charge of rooming for Pioneer School. He's being very patient with me though. We now have a place to stay the entire time we are there; we just sent a picture so they know what we look like when they pick us up at the airport. How wonderful it is to have a worldwide brotherhood that takes such good care of its people! I love having friends where ever we go.
And last of all, this is not the kind of blog that posts pictures of kittens without a purpose. So here is a picture of Zach sleeping. Enjoy!