City of TomeHe continues: "There is a ton of destruction here from last years earthquake and tsunami so we do alot of service helping people move or builing houses or what not some days. yesterday was the 1 year anniversary of the quake and everyone was afraid of another one and we were at a members house last night and an earthquake happened and everyone was so scared, it was only a 5.0 though so nothing big. but little earthquakes happen all the time here.
"Chile is alot different than the united states to say the least. people here are so poor its crazy, ive never seen carpet yet here and they say i never will but this place looks better and better everyday, by the time i come im going to think the u.s. is like another planet. i love it here though. there is dirst soccer fields every where and we play with the kids in the mornings sometimes. oh ya theres also just about 6 trillion kids here too, its insane, they all just play in the dirty streets and ride little bikes around, they are so cute though. some days we will walk out of our apartment and there will be 10 little kids waiting for us and asking us for pass along cards, chileans love pictures of jesus and pamphlets of the church and all that. its super cool in my city and i love it."
He loves it!!! I am so grateful that he is having a great experience in Chile and loving the country and the people. But...all those earthquakes scare me! It is great to have a missionary.