This Saturday was the baptism of one of the best investigators ever, Jesus Roberto. It was a super great service and even Presidente and Hermana Robinson went to the baptism. There were in total four people who got baptized and it was really nice to see Jesus get baptized. He's a really special person and I'm so glad he made the decision and I can't wait to see how his life changes with the gospel in it.
Today is transfer day in the mission and I got transferred to...nowhere! I'm going to be here another transfer with my companion Elder Williams and my entire district is staying the same as well. By the end of the transfer I'll be 15 months out in the mission with only three areas! I feel like I've been in all of my areas for a really long time; most missionaries usually have at least five areas under their belt around the 15 month mark so I've definitely been blessed to be able to stay in areas for long periods of time.
It's still been pretty hot down here, there was a bit of rain this weekend but that doesn't necessarily mean that it's been colder haha.
We got to watch the Mexico Mexico City Temple re-dedication yesterday and got to hear from President Eyring and Elder Holland and participate in the Hosanna shouts and everything. It was a really cool experience and I actually learned a lot; especially from the talks of those two I just barely mentioned.
I'm really looking forward to another transfer down here in Hermosillo and can't wait to find even more people that are willing to come unto Christ. Thanks for all of the prayers and letters, love you all!