Thanks Dad! tell the Garbetts and the Bishop and Greg Simpson hi for me! The weather isnt so bad here, i guess spending half my childhood in California prepared me for that, and the humidity isnt so bad. Guatemala city is more mountainous, and the hills outside the city where the nicer houses are remind me a lot of Santa Barbara. Im glad you are having a good time with just you and Mom, that makes me feel good inside. You too are finally empty nesters, and you can truly enjoy each others company! The people here have no idea how to drive. They are waaaaaayyyyyyyy more aggressive than in America. Our bus driver who took us from the airport to the CCM was literally insane, so i think my driving record from the DMV will be pretty useless because I dont want to drive anyway. I hope you enjoyed church.Oh, and my teacher wants me to right a line in Spanish. See if Mom can read it! Yo se que la iglesia is verdadero, y que nuestro Padre Celestial is muy amoroso y su hijo Jesucristo es nuestro Salvador. I think that means that I know the church is true, and that our Heavenly Father is very loving, and that his son Jesus Christ is our Savior. This sounds weird, but when I pray in Spanish, even with the small vocabulary that I have, I feel the spirit more. I just here you say the Spanish words now in the way that bugs Mom so much. I love you dad.
I am so proud of Lee for taking on this challenge in his life. He is an awesome young man and we are looking forward to his speedy return. I love him so much.