Tuesday, December 15, 2015

A smile is worth a thousand words!

Muy Buenas dias!!
So yes, changes were last week... Luckily I am still here in Campameto!!! I really love it here, I am convinced that it is the best part of Honduras. On the kinda sad side, Elder Storrs had changes, so that means I am here with another companion. I am chilling here with the wonderfull Elder Efigenio! This guy literally is the best! I have had such a great week with this man. He comes from Queens in NYC. I am positive that he is the only missionary who is from New York, or the East coast in this mission. He is such a chill dude. One other really really great thing about him is that he is really dedicated. He came to work, and he knows he is here to do what is expected. He really does understand really well that he has been called to represent Jesus Christ. I am way way way excited for this next change!!
 As for the work, I dont even know if I have to tell yall. THINGS ARE GREAT!!!! Even when things go bad, things are great. Just everything about being here as a missionary is great. I learn so much everyday from every experience. Literally, I feel like a new person!! Funny story, this past week has been a difficult week for an interesting reason. I have had a sore on the corner of my mouth, and everytime I smile, my mouth just burns. This has been a huge obstacle, because litterally, I have had a 24 hour smile on my face for about the last 5 or 6 months. Before my mission, I never used to smile, I didnt even know how to smile haha, but now, I dont know how to stop smiling. I just feel so happy just all the time. I get such a good feeling when I meet someone new, and I can see they are a little shy or closed, and I just smile at them. More often than not, they cant help but smiling back at me. I feel like this christmas, I really dont have a lot to give to anyone, I am kinda a poor missionary haha, but I have been giving out free smiles to everyone!! It does not sound like much, but I have seen how much a smile can mean to someone. I remember my first day in Honduras. I was so nervous. We had a small little welcome to the mission meeting, and there we recieved our companions. I swear I have never felt so nervous in my life. When president Fortuna said Elder High will be with Elder Chirinos, Elder Chirinos gave me the biggest smile, and I immediatly knew that everything was going to be okay. The Power of the smile is real. Just a smile can change the world. I am convinced of that. 
 I dont really know why I went off on that, but I did! haha. Just like always, have a excellent week!
Love you all so so much
Elder High
Ya entonces esta tiempo por los magnifico fotos de el guapo Elder High jajaja! 😁
My wonderfull companion Elder Efigentio!

This is Campamento. Really really really pretty! This last photo I think is pretty cool haha.

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