Q: Where are you?
A: The Naguilian area of the Baguio Mission.
Q: What's it like, weather, surroundings, city, town, country?
A: Weather is humid, so we are always sweating, but thats ok. No rain yet, but the hot season is just starting.
Q: What are the people like?
A: The people here are so awesome! They are super nice and while they live humbly, they will share anything that they have.
Q: Can you understand the people?
A: When we talk about Gospel stuff, yes, most of the time. Conversational wise, 15%.
Q: What is your apartment like? Do you have clean water?
A: Their is 4 of us in our Apartment, its actually pretty roomy, I'll get pictures soon. I did misplace my charger for they camera though. I'll let you know if it was just in a suitcase or something next week. Yes we have clean water, and our shower is a bucket and a smaller bucket. It's so awesome.
Q: Who is your companion? Where is he from?
A: Elder Smith. he is from Utah, and has been out 4 months, and can speak the language really well. He wants to work hard, which is awesome.
Q: How does it feel to be out in the mission field?
A: It feels more real, and it is more hard in a way, because you can't understand the investigators questions or needs. Nor can i answer them the way I want to. it is getting a little bit easier. Don't worry about me, I can do it!
Q: What is church like?
A: Church is awesome. Our branch had about 60ish members come, but it should be way more. Lots of reactivation work here. The members are so kind and they understand that i can't speak very well, but I'm learning.