It's both hard and easy to believe that I have been in Honduras for a month now. I am settling into life here nicely. Currently I am living in Siguatepeque and studying Spanish. I live with a lady named Nary, and her niece, Vanessa, who is about my age. I spend spend the afternoons taken Spanish classes, and the evenings, mornings, and weekends studying, practicing Spanish (communicating with the people around me!) and going to church.
A couple weeks ago something (I am not sure what) happened to my back and I was laid up for a few days. It was painful and a little scary, but God was with me and he blessed me in the form of people who were here to help me. I went to the doctor, got a lot of rest, and my back is much better and feels normal unless I try to do too much.
Siguatepeque is a very nice place to be! It's pretty quiet and safe and it's up in the mountains so it's cooler than many other places. The past couple of Saturdays I've gone downtown and explored and done some shopping for things that couldn't quite fit in my suitcases. It's nice to feel like I know my way around a bit.
There is so much more I could say, but a newsletter will be coming shortly, so I will save it for that!