So this week was quite the crazy one! Getting used to a new zone where the companion also knows nothing about the zone has made for some slightly stressful but fun experiences this week! So there's been a lot of planning and trying to organize things for this transfer as well as for some meetings we have coming up, haha so it feels a little bit like what Dad does, but luckily there's also been plenty of time for working in our area. Now for the third transfer I think I've finally figured out how to have a fairly decent balance of zone and area focus. Anyways, on to the almost typical miracles that seem to happen all the time! So this week was incredible, the area had just exploded so we were kind of worried about finding new people, but luckily that was not the case, the Lord provides the miracles! So this Friday we found a super cool family that was extremely interested and prepared and accepted a baptismal date for the 20th of May! And they even came to church! Haha that's the cool part! The not so cool part is that Sacrament meeting was super long and super super hot and noisy... Hopefully they still felt the spirit though! They're super cool, but that's just the beginning of the miracles. At church we had 5 people we had never met before whom members had just invited to come to church, all of which were interested in learning more, and one of which has now accepted a baptismal date. Then last night a member invited his friends to the Visitors Center with us and they are also super interested and one of them has a baptismal date as well! In short, man, it was incredibly ridiculous!!! We really do nothing at all and the blessings of the Lord pour out from the sky, we're just seeing people that are truly prepared to come into the gospel pretty much come up to us asking to be taught. It's super super crazy! I'm also really excited to work with Elder Sanchez, he's a super good missionary and he's already taught me quite a bit! I have a feeling we're going to be a good companionship together. Oh, we also had a baptism that I was just kind of thrown into of a 9 year old little kid. Haha man, he's super cool, and like Jessica said you just have so much love for these people! Even though I only taught him twice before his baptism the little kid won a part of my heart. I just worry about him now, his Dad is kind of a bum, and he has no good examples... Hopefully he'll be able to be strong, it was a beautiful and simple baptism though, not crowded, and a focus on the sacredness of the ordinance. It was a really powerful experience. Other inner thoughts that Elder Sanchez and I have been discussing has once again been the selfishness and pride of many missionaries in the misison, in the zone, in ourselves. It's so easy to get caught up in working for numbers, working to baptize a lot, instead of working for the people. I love seeing new missionaries come out because they're still "pure", at least a lot of them. They're here because they want to share what they have felt and know with others, the root of all misisonary work, rather than pleasing the President, or working for their leaders, or whatever else it may be. They have a true love for the investigators and people and that's why they want to baptize them. It seems to be a constant battle of motivations, but hopefully we can help our zone and ourselves purify our motives and make sure we remember why we're really here. Some other questions that have come up are those questions on faith/goals that came up a little while ago. Oh, some incredible news!!! Elder Bednar will be coming to give a mission seminar for us this Saturday!! We're super pumped, it's going to be an incredible experience! He gave us two talks to study that I'll forward to you guys, they're incredible and extremely rebuking, haha at least in some ways, but they're awesome!