We started off having 5 baptisms set for . We were super excited and getting everything ready for them. Then, starting , each one of them fell through. , we were thinking that we were going to have 2, but when we went with the Zone Leaders to have their interviews, they told us that their parents won't give them permission to be baptized, and since they're 17 and 14, we couldn't do it without their permission.
Other than that, the week was really good. It's always really confusing when you're about to walk outside, and you see the sun just doin it's thing and shining outside, and you're thinking that its going to be a million degrees out there, then when you walk outside you realize that it's pouring rain, then you get happy because rain means cooler temperatures. Then it really hits, when you have the sudden realization that you're in Honduras, it'll be a million degrees, super sunny, and somehow pouring rain. Like, what even is logic? haha
The other day, this group of kids came up to my companion and I, and in whatever english they've learned, they ask me for money. So i just looked at them, and pretended not to understand them. Then, with whatever spanish i've been learning, i convinced them that i was from panama. And of course, the vocabulary i know is all church related, so i taught them about our church, gave them a card of Jesus Christ, and gave them our number, so we can visit them. That was the mistake, they call us all the time haha. And the days that my companion answers the phone, they always say " give the phone the Elder Case" Then, not being able to understand a single word of spanish over the phone, i just tell them that we have to go.
Also, when people get really drunk out here, they speak english. And i just think that it's funny because you always hear stories of people mumbling random things when drunk, so out here, when they get really drunk they speak english, and the things they say make almost no sense, but it's very clearly english haha.