This week was fun and hard as usual, but that's how it goes. I got to go on two exchanges this week with Elder Chandler (one of our Zone leaders) and Elder Jeong, a Korean Elder. It was a lot of fun! Elder Chandler is so cool! He is from Hawaii and has been out for nine months. He actually knew Trevor Hanks when he was at home in Hawaii! He was Elder Hanks mini missionary and they are really good friends! It was funny when we found out that we both knew a Weston Hanks from Taylorsville haha. Elder Jeong is from Korea but moved to Provo 3 years ago. He has a really thick accent and I couldn't understand him for half the exchange, but it was fun anyways! Zone Conferance with Elder Kapischke was so good! Nothing in the mission changed. We are not getting I-pads yet or using facebook or anything, but it was a great conferance. It was all day and it was basically just a question and answer session. One thing me and my trainer are going to try to implement from this conferance is bring investigators with a baptismal date with us to other investigators lessons. That would be so cool! We just need to get the investigators now haha. Nobody ever wants to listen to us. Everyone here in Valencia feels like they already have it figured out. Everyone is super nice, but its just sad. We try our best and do everything we can do and yield no results, but it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter if you have people to teach or not, just as long as you're trying your best and learning from it. I'm not saying that we have nobody to teach because we do. We actually have a baptism this Saturday for the Crosbys! They are awesome and I love them so much! They have so much faith and such a strong testimony. I love teaching them because they are so accepting of everything and they basically know everything already. Sister Crosby is having a hard time giving up coffee but she is trying. The worst thing that can happen is that we have to push back the baptism, but other than that they are golden. We weren't able to teach the Cosatta's or the Palomino's last week. The Cosatta's were busy, and we feel like we are not very high on the priority list for the Palomino's. The Palomino's have been taught the first three lessons and have been invited to be baptized, but they feel that they aren't ready yet. we haven't met with them in 2 weeks and I hope that they are willing to meet with us this week. Nothing else really happened this week. We have been finding a lot and we have only been able to get one potential investigator from it which is a blessing. Thanks for all the packages and letters! Its so nice to hear from everybody and it helps me out so much! I hope everyone is doing well!