How are you doing? I hope you are doing great!! Well this week has been really great. The few investigators we do have our progressing nicely, and we were able to really focus on them. We have three investigators with Baptismal Dates for August. If you could keep Pedro, Dayeli and Isabel so that they continue to progress. This week was really fun! Hna Jensen really enjoyed teaching our investigators, and we enjoyed getting to know some of the less actives. We have been having a lot of success with the less actives lately. For the past 2 ½ months that I have been here it was crazy hard to find any of the less actives. But these past two weeks we have been finding them like cake. It is an awesome thing. We had one experience yesterday that was awesome, and I would love to share with you. This less active´s name is Liz, and she used to be the Relief Society president in the ward before getting released. Once she got released she went inactive for a couple of problem s she was having with some of the members. We met her at our pension´s restaurant, and they informed us that she was a member. Hna Jensen and I made it a goal to find out more information about her. From what we could gather it seems like this sister still has a really strong testimony about the church, but her relationship with the members might be the reason she wont come back to church. For the longest time I have had a strong impression about asking a ward family if they would be willing to hold an FHE at their home, and invite Liz. I have had this idea for about a week, and I finally went through with it yesterday. To my amazement it went over really well! At first I was really scared, because when I asked the member to invite her to the FHE she seemed super hesitant, but luckily we convinced her to try anyway. She called the less active, and she accepted the invitation quickly! It was super awesome! I am really excited to see whats going to happen with Liz, and if you can keep her in your prayers I would really appreciate it. Now on to the biggest highlight of the week! This member family that I was telling you about in the last story are the Palomino´s. They are an awesome family, and really supportive. They have 3 daughters, Lady, Kimi, and Allison. Their oldest daughter Lady was in town this week from La Molina to spend time with her family. This whole week that I have known that shes been here I have felt the need to go and visit the family but with her present. I set an appointment with them yesterday to talk about the FHE we wanted to have, and after planning I began to talk to Lady. She began asking a lot of questions about the mission, and she asked about my decision to go on the mission. It was amazing that her story and mine seemed to be the same! She was having some of the same doubts that I was having, and she was expressing her anxiety over trying to make her decision. As I kept hearing her I kept imagining myself 2 years ago trying to make the decision, and it brought back the best memories. After listening to her I shared my story and my decision process, and most importantly my testimony about my decision to serve a mission. I felt the strongest impression to tell her something Kailey and I would say to one another in order to press forward with our decision to serve the Lord, ¨the same question we ask Heavenly Father will have the same response always, the only thing that changes is our willingness to obey´. After I told her that she began to cry, and she said, ´hna I know that you are right. The Lord has been telling me for a long time that I need to serve a full time mission…. I am going to serve a mission´. I was so surprised by her response, and so was her family. Her whole family began to cry and hug one another. Crazy experience, right?! It goes to show that the Lord is always watching out for us, especially through other people. I extend the invitation to you to serve others, and always try to be a blessing in another person´s life.