Welp, to start off, Hunter fell of date because, yet again, they didn't come to church. Not sure where to take it next, but we'll figure it out! We had zone conference last weekend and President's training was on getting people to church and teaching about the importance of the sacrament. We applied the training as much as we could but it still hasn't worked for them. We'll keep trying! Speaking of zone conference, apparently it was my last one. They asked all the missionaries that will be leaving before the next zone conference to stand up. I look at one of the assistants with a confused face and he nods at me. Wait, what? That time already? Weird. So I got to say my final "departing testimony" if you will. So that's weird. Got to teach this guy about the Restoration. We've been trying to teach him forever. Yesterday our appointment fell through so we figured we'd drop by again and sure enough he was outside just chillin. We taught the restoration and I got the feeling to tell him about eternal families and sealings. That pretty much won him over and now his mentality is that he needs to find an answer so that he can be sealed to his family. In his mind baptism is just the next stepping stone before he can be sealed, which is the right mentality to have. Pretty sweet! Still teaching Matt. We took him to the Mission President's Devotional yesterday and he said "[it] was nice". So... that's good? They had two recent converts that were confirmed THAT DAY speaking to us. It was so legit. These ladies that spoke last night were SOLID. I thought it was perfect for Matt to hear from a different perspective, but I don't know how much it really affected him. Hmm.. other than that we taught a bunch of less-actives or recent converts. Those have been going well but not much to report in detail. I don't think we did anything crazy this week either. OH. Except that we got DUMPED on! Friday night we were about 2 miles away from home making a last stop before we head home. We knock on the door and talk to the dude but nothing came of it so we hop on our bikes and start heading. It had already been sprinkling on us on the way towards the guy's house, but as we left God opened the windows of heaven and started to flood the earth again. So we just start BOOKING it faster than I've ever biked before. We bike on the shoulder of the highway heading home and within two minutes every inch of me is just drenched. I screamed like a schoolgirl in pure delight. There was lightning flashing RIGHT above our heads and every time I would just start screaming like a child. I imagined the confused faces of all the cars passing as they see this thoroughly soaked missionary with the biggest smile on his face. I don't think my companion was quite as amused. We got home and had to strip down in the garage. I thought my silk tie was toast but it turned out alright. Anyway, we don't have pneumonia so that's good! Life's still good down here. Weather's been good because of the rain, but that won't last long. Hope life's good up there. See you in no time!