Ok, so I'm not entirely sure what I did this week because I left my planner in the car, but I'll do my best to remember. If I remember right we did a lot of transfer recommendations and Stake correlation, or in other words planning! Haha but it's ok, I've become much more accustomed to it, and I've been able to see the value of what we do in helping the missionaries, so it's not so bad, though at times it would still be nice to have a little more time in our area. However, we've had some interesting experiences. First of all we taught Doris and Anastacio and reviewed the baptismal questions with them because they wanted to know what the requirements were for baptism. Haha well that was interesting, luckily we've got out all their doubts right now, and there were a lot of them! Pretty much a doubt on every question, but it's all good, they're very willing to learn and just have honest questions, so hopefully it won't be too difficult to help them recognize the answers, as well as help them recognize that it's really the spirit they felt that matters and not any of the questions that they have. We also had some interesting experiences, one where we were teaching a guy and he told us about a fairly grievous sin. I won't go into details, but suffice it to say that it's a pretty grievous one. However, it's definitely once again helped me see how much my love has grown, even for, and perhaps especially for those who have wandered very far down those paths of sin. He's extremely repentant, and it's been incredible to see how the atonement has begun to work in his life. It's also been fun because we've been able to serve the members of our zone in other ways, a little different than normal. We have some areas that have really been struggling to find, so we decided to go into one of their areas and just kind of do the grunt work for them while they went and worked with members and less-actives. It was pretty cool because number one we met a guy from Kenya, and I got to use my limited amount of Swahili. "Jambo Bwana! Habari Gani? Nzuri Sana!, Ninajua Yesu Kristo Anaishi!" haha and he was super cool and later that evening became their first new investigator for the entire transfer! It was a pretty cool miracle and it was fun to be able to serve the members of the zone. Other than that I'm really struggling to remember specific things. I know we had a lesson with one recent convert who wants to split from his wife, and whose life just is not in the best shape. Man, it's been weird to just realize that many of these adults just tell us there many challenges and believe that we have the answers for them. It's been extremely humbling and it's helped me realize even more how it is not us at all that does this work. Those lessons are always just filled with prayer as we try and figure out what in the world we can possibly say to these people that will maybe be of some comfort or help. Other than that, transfers are coming up this next week, so we'll see what happens, I have a pretty good feeling that I'll be staying, haha especially since I just got here.