Hey, how are things going for you guys? Sounds/looks like your having a lot of fun in colorado. How long are you going to be there for? Did you take the raft/bikes?
this last week we got to teach [investigator family]. Things are going quite well with them. We taught them the word of wisdom on friday (because if you remember, they couldn't come to church last sunday because of a hangover...) but they committed to live the word of wisdom and even let us take all the coffee out of the house. Which by the way nothing feels better than being able to throw away a container of coffee, just by understanding what kind of commitment their making by allowing us to do that. We also taught them yesterday and talked to them about a baptismal date, however they were a little unsure about that, so we're going to allow them to study and pray about that a little bit, and hopefully they can have a baptismal date by the time I write home next week. also this last friday we brought some ties over to let them wear to church and taught them how to tie a tie. However it was kind of interesting trying to teach them how to tie a tie in spanish (it's not exactly the everyday vocab.)
We also had zone conference this week where we talked a lot about using the spirit as we teach lessons. We learned a lot about asking questions through the promptings of the spirit. One thing I've found is that people don't learn if you just teach them the information, they learn better through the scriptures and asking them questions to make them figure things out for themselves.
So, I've got some good news! In these last 3-4 months I've put on about 7-10 lbs! I'm pretty sure that's record breaking for me, however I'm not sure exactly were it's going, but I think it's all in my legs from the average of 1 1/2 hours on the bike everyday.
I'm excited for today, because we talked to one of the members who is probably going to teach us how to cook paposa today, so I'll have to tell you how that goes next week.