To answer your question mother, some electrical engineering
Mother, you asked me about the people we are teaching- well, lets start with my last area, Bento Gonçalves.
The New Year is a very annoying time for the missionaries down here- People are not home, they suffer from a disease called the beach, so it's very hard to follow up with the investigators. It is reaching about 100 degrees every day here, which fortunately for us is among the lowest in all of Brazil for the moment. Also something that I am ready for is the cold weather, so people will feel like wearing clothes again. Yes, I just said that. Trust me, it's a different culture down here. I realized the other day that I forgot a winter jacket (it gets really cold here, down to 10 degrees at times), so we have been looking though the stuff here at the office (Elders who are leaving donate clothes and jackets and stuff that they don't want to take home), and so I found a couple of nice dress sweaters and a big brown jacket. It's going to be awesome. The only thing is that right now, we don't have electricity in the bathroom out back, so I take an ice-cold shower every morning (great for now) but when it comes winter, it'll be really cold. Also, I take showers by the sunlight (there is a tiny window on the door, but when winter comes, it'll be dark, and I'll have to use a candle like I do every night now. Fun stuff. But seriously, I love it here.
from the Elder who is writing this email on the President's computer,
Elder Tyler Eliason
Eu te amo, e A Igreja é verdadeira,