Monday, November 17, 2014

Badger head.

Date:  November 17, 2014
Area:  Korral Pek, Guatemala
Companion:  Elder Vargus

I´m just going to go right into the second best part of our week, which is what the title is all about, a badger head, really more than just the head, but I had the wonderful opportunity to eat a badger head this week, was a good? Yes, what did it taste like? Badger. Who found it and fed it to us? Some member that hunted it with his dog. I got some pretty good pictures of it as well, they actually caught two. I hear there are also armadillos up here and they eat those as well, I need to try that.  Now there´s also another question that you all might or might not be asking. If you at the head, does that include the brain? Yes, the brain was kind of a paste, interesting to eat, but not bad.

This week actually went by really quickly, things just move along some times, we were able to eat a few times with members, they feed us caldo, a soup with chicken in it. We were invited to eat because the people here are sowing and planting their fields, so when they do that they celebrate when they finish, and they celebrate with food. Good plan that.

The best thing that happened this week was that we found a man named Emilio, he is what we would call a golden investigator, he is ready and willing to accept the gospel freely and all we have to do is guide him along the right path and just tell him what he needs to do. He actually used to drink about a year ago, but right now no, he´s realized that it wasn´t that good to drink, and not only that, it costs to drink. The best thing about it, was that we found him on Wednesday, I fasted that day, coincidence? No, those don´t exist. We put a baptismal date for the 6th of December, and we are very excited for it.

No mail this week, but that´s because we´re in the middle of the month.

I love you all, thanks for the prayers.

Elder North

He would love to hear from you.  If you want him to get something by Christmas you should probably mail it this week.  Thanks for your love and support.

Elder Jered North
Guatemala Cobán Mission
Apartado Postal #34
3ra Calle 2-02, Zona 3
Cobán AV 16001
Guatemala, Central America
It costs $1.15 to mail a letter to him. You can use regular envelops and stamps just make sure they equal $1.15. If it weights more than a regular letter you should take it to the post office to have it weighed.

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