Well, I hope you all are doing well! It sounds like everyone is pretty busy with all the things going on! Take some pictures of the house all decorated up Tanya! Congratulate Lindsey for me! and also Sarah if you see her. That is pretty crazy! I wonder how many people will be married by the time i get home? No it was just me and Elder Medina (talking about their last P-day activity). Our mission is pretty strict about no activities as a district or zone, and there was a whole district that got sent home a while back for having an activity. It’s pretty boring, so we try to have what fun we can. We are going to be able to have a service project as a district on Christmas day though, so that should be fun. I don’t know what the weirdest food I’ve eaten is Nathan, but it’s probably a competition between grasshoppers and cow stomach. The TV box is our window haha! There’s just a hole in the wall right there so I taped the box in the window so the air doesn’t get in. Who knows where the TV is though! The new district is pretty cool! We got some really good missionaries in this transfer. The new Hermana doesn’t speak any Spanish hardly, so we did the Sunday report in English and it was pretty rough! Haha it is really hard for me to speak English, but I think I probably can if I think real hard! Some things just sound funny and I’m not exactly sure how to say some things. Yeah, our apartment is super nice! The one of the elders of Cerritos is a dump and we pay the same amount in rent! Well it’s been pretty hot down here. We’re walking around sweating in the sun! It’s kind of hard to believe it’s December and I have to keep looking at the calendar to make sure it really is almost Christmas! Keep going with the Spanish Nathan! Maybe you can speak a little to me on Thursday! I will probably be talking in the early afternoon sometime, but if I can, I think I will try to get on as early as possible, so it could be about 12:00. Well this week has been pretty tough. We are having bad luck right now. The last three days of the week we spent walking probably somewhere between 12 and 15 miles per day. We didn’t find a single person of our investigators converts, or contacts and references in their house. Or if they were there they were partying with family and friends. I think the holiday season can be a little rough on missionary work. But we are working hard and I think I’m doing what I can, so hopefully we can see some good things happen in this week. Well, the email time got cut a little short today but I’m looking forward a lot to being able to talk to you all on Christmas! I love you lots and hope you all have an awesome Christmas!!!!