Mi querida familia :)
Lazaro was a tender mercy from the Lord, it honestly doesn't feel like we did much other than just teach and he was pretty receptive to everything. The most prepared person I think I've ever met. He's getting along really well with everyone in the ward too. We are still working to find people on our own and working with a couple of families. I'll send some pictures of one of the families from Honduras. They are wonderful. We hit it off really well with all of them, but here's hoping they don't just think that we're there to be their friends. They fed us this Honduran dish called baleadas. They are SO good. SO SO good!
Things have been great, now we're just kind of sitting here thinking "what's next?" and hoping the Lord keeps blessing us as we work hard in the San Jose Spanish Branch. We'll be working more with the members in the coming weeks, leaving them with weekly challenges to hand out Book of Mormons or pass along cards or whatever else we can think of. Let me know what you're comfortable doing, maybe that could help us think of things we can do to get members to "catch the wave" of missionary work! I'll be praying for your friend. You're doing great things. No effort is ever wasted :)
Love you so much!! Have a wonderful week