Updates with the Blesson will follow, see This Week section of the email. :) Sorry to hear about the gastrointestinal distress - I'm still pretty jealous of the trip to México. It seems like it was a busy week. I am not sure how Tim is with Duke - I have always though that that was odd. I am glad that Duke is still around. So I was thinking about some of the things that are different about our house, so far I have the drive way, the tree, the porch and path, and now the fence. It will be exciting to see what other things are different. Kaden's hammock looks really cool but the sprinklers are definitely a flaw.
This week was a really good week. We had some good things happen but a lot of things cut into our proselyting. This week we had MLC on Wednesday, interviews with the zone on Thursday and then we had weekly planning directly followed by our zone training on Friday. And on Saturday we were helping with a Wedding + Baptism in one of the other Elder's wards. It took most of the day on Saturday so we were pretty limited. It was busy but it feels like we didn't accomplish as much as we could have so that was disappointing.
Sarah is doing really well. We had two lessons with her this week it was a really good experience. She is being taught in the less-active family's home - the Kavea's. At family Home Evening on Monday Bro. Kavea (the dad) asked Sarah if he could share his testimony with her and she said yes. He hasn't been to church in a really long time and it was the first time he had said more than "Hello" during one of our visits. It is so cool to see the family slowly participate. Sis Kavea and Sarah came to church but then Sarah's two year old half-Tongan son took a nose dive into the bench and ended up giving himself a black eye right before sacrament ended. So she didn't come to class but she is really doing well.
I got some Skippy Peanut Butter from the States sent to me it is awesome!