My homie Elder Bos, he is a guy I will definitely go out of my way to see after the mission
After that I had divisions in Chijolom with Elder Tims to do a baptism interview. We ended up leaving Senahu two hours late, then the guy lied to us and dropped us off an hour and a half away from where he told us. Chijolom works two areas, Chijolom and Sesoch, and the interview was in Sesoch, but the house is in Chijolom. So we did some mountain walking in the rain. I got four out of five interviews done but one guy never showed up, so we had to decide if we were going to sleep in with some members because it was already pitch black, or if we were going to go out in the storm and walk two hours to the house. We then remembered that we were in charge of getting the truck for everyone to bajar (go down) and meet the new President the next morning. So we had to go walking in the pitch dark and rain, it was an adventure! Luckily we had our nokia phone that had a light on it and thankfully Elder Tims had walked the path one or two times before that.
The next morning we got up at 4:30 to go down and meet the new President. President Faundez is a pretty good guy. His accent is super hard to understand. He is going to learn English. He has told the whole mission they are required to know Spanish, Kekchi, and English. It will take a while for us to get used to him but right away I can tell he is called of God to lead this mission. And we made it through our lesson! It helped that President was doing interviews the whole time so there was like zero pressure. My interview with him lasted like a minute and a half.
Senehu is pretty sweet. This is the place to visit if you are going to come here. Its not dangerous where I serve at all, the only thing that ever happens is you might have a super drunk guy harass you but that's nothing. I'm including pictures of our house, it is the nicest place I have lived by far.
I am in Coban right now for my first big meeting where we get all the ZLs together, so that will be tomorrow.
Elder Vindel and Elder Toolson
I feel like I write this every other week for my spiritual thought but I'm going to write it again. The Lord may test us, but will always help us when we need it. Before we left that night to go back to Chijolom in the pitch black and the storm I knew I was going to need some help, so I said a prayer in my head that the lord would help us get there safely and we would have the energy to do it. And that's exactly what He did! I love our heavenly Father! And I love you guys! Have a good week!
Love, Elder Toolson