We've had quite a few free meals. the people here are extremely kind. They all say good morning or good afternoon, etc. And all the little kids call me "bronie" some of them try to hold my hand, some just follow for a bit, some sing a song, some just yell and wave. At least I'm liked haha. I am serving in the in the Sunyani zone.
We have 2 progressing investigators and I know that 1 of them, Sister Esther (we are teaching 3 sister Esthers) will get baptized.
The fruit is super cheap here. and there's a little fruit stand outside our house that we go to to get pineapple, bananas and oranges. 1 Cede for 5 oranges or a bunch of bananas.
Its been raining a lot here lately. It poured on me and Elder Ulu on our way home last night and we had to sprint about a half mile. We were both soaked, absolutely drenched. I had to take his stuff from him and get him to keep running which surprised me because hes a pretty fit looking guy.
There is so much trash everywhere here. I miss the wildlife. We have wild farm animals but that's about it, and lizards. Not what I was expecting.
We haven't gotten to watch general conference yet.
I am doing well. I'm a bit tired and have definitely felt better haha, but I'll be okay. I miss moms food so much.
I'm doing alright, hopefully things will get better.
Letters and packages can be sent to the missionary through the Postal Service using the following address: Just send padded envelopes or USP flat rate envelopes and make sure they are secured with PLENTY of clear packing tape.
GHANA KUMASI MISSION
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Elder/Sister (Missionary’s Name)
P.O. Box PMB KS 16333Kumasi, GHANA
Mission President Michael L. Cosgrave and his wife