Dad I think I might have found out a way for me to actually gain weight...... RICE!!! I have gained 9lbs from the time I got here to now and we walk a good 4-5 miles a day in our area. Right now I can almost eat a kilo of rice in one sitting. But before I get to the fun stuff I just thought I'd like to mention that I think being a chorister is my eternal calling. I always lead the music in church and for when we have FHE's. I thought when I went on my mission I'd get away from having to lead but I've ended up leading just as much as I did back home. You can tell bishop that just for some comic relief.
About the work; it's very difficult at the moment. Elder Villanueva and I are struggling to get more than 8 lessons a week and we have very few progressing investigators. Our strength is finding because "I'm white" and everyone wants to talk to us. At the beginning people seem very interested but when we return they are always "busy" or not even there. Yeah its frustrating at times but I've just got to keep my head up and keep smiling. There's always a lesson to be learned, and as you know my patience could always use some improvement so that could be it. Another sticky situation is with Ann Bon. Both Elder Villanueva and I feel that she is ready to be baptized and she really wants to be to; the only problem is that her whole family is against her being baptized and she doesn't want to ruin her family relationship. She's 19 so the choice is up to her but I really hope that her family has a change of heart so that she won't be worried about being baptized. On the bright side of life; when we were teaching Andrew the other night he told us that he's going to prepare to serve a mission!! I don't think I've ever smiled so big in my life (well close to it). He dyed the rest of his hair black instead of red so he could go. It's been amazing to see the growth in that young man. He's already told me of how much he doesn't want me to get transferred (well the chances are pretty high).