Ya alright mate? It's been crazy here. We're always rushing around! So much has happened. On Friday, we had an AP (President's assistant) exchange. It's where an AP comes and spends the day with you and reports back to the President how it's going. It was so much fun! We had Elder Murri. It's his last transfer and so he is like a pro at everything. It was funny though because when we went tracting, he had "forgotten" how to and it was fun because I got a lot of inspiration when people opened their doors! He's great at just starting conversations with anybody. While we're walking to an appointment, he'll see someone and just start talking to them! It was good to have him with us because it gave me a little more confidence to talk to people while OYMing. On Saturday, we got to play football! It was wonderful to be able to get out and kick the ball around with the members. We're trying to make it a weekly thing so that the members can invite their friends and we can bring investigators along. So far it's doing well! OH! I forgot, on Thursday, we had a dinner appointment in Stowupland (our farthest village/town/whatever in our area) and we showed up early so we went tracting and ran into this lovely old lady! Her name is Patricia, she's turning 80 this year and she is the best! She met with missionaries when she was 23 and stopped because she was attracted to them haha and she had some concerns. It was great though because the Lord has really prepared her to recieve the gospel. She's been through a ton of life experiences that really testify of the truths we teach so it's easy to get her to understand the doctrine. She's amazing haha and one of the funniest things is that she is so blunt and up front about everyting and always cracking jokes. We've been able to meet with her twice and she accepts everything we teach and wants to know more. I can't wait to keep working with her! I love how I can see how much the Lord helps me in everything we're doing. He's everywhere! It's the best feeling to know that we are all on the Lords side and he'll help us through anything we're going through. I love the work we're doing here. The time really is flying and it'll be over before I know it. I know if I give my all, I'll be satisfied at the end. One of my favorite things we've taught is the draw your testimony lesson. We have everyone draw their testimonies and then explain them. We then challenge them to wear their testimonies in their hearts and let people know, by their example and by sharing it, that they have a testimony of the gospel. I know that by sharing my testimony I can help people come to know the truth for themselves. I love it.