Well, we had a great Christmas here in the mission. We got to eat dinner with a family in the ward, the Nuñez family. They are so great, and they have 2 kids serving missions right now, so they love to talk to the missionaries. We did that, and we got to see some fire works. We also got to meet Santa Claus. He's not actually named Santa Claus here, he's called el Veijito Pascuero, which literaly means the Little Old Passover. I don't know why, but here they refer to Christmas as Pascua, which is Passover, like what the Jews celebrate, but they also refer to Easter as Pascua. It's just a little confusing.
And on Christmas day I got to talk with my family on video chat! That was great! I got to see them all and talk to them. Everything is good in good ol' American Fork, or at least that's what they told me.
It's been pretty hard this week to find new people to teach, with it being Christmas and all, but we're not giving up. We're gonna keep working!
A week ago in Chile the sun had a ring around it. It was really weird, and everyone was taking pictures. So that's what I did, and it looks pretty cool. I miss you guys!